It is funded by a limited term, one-cent sales tax initiative that began in April 2010 and ends in December 2017. The initiative funds eight projects and is estimated to raise $777 million, including $17 million in contingency funds. A Citizen Advisory Board makes recommendations to City Council.
MAPS 3 tax collections are well under way and the City is moving forward on the projects. The Implementation Plan guides the process.
MAPS 3 overview
Eric Wenger, Oklahoma City Public Works Director, talks about the importance of the MAPS programs to Oklahoma City and the timeline for MAPS 3.