- Total project budget: $87 million
- Budget items: Sidewalks and related amenities/placemaking ($55 million), bike lanes ($20 million), trail connectivity to Lake Stanley Draper and the Oklahoma River in south OKC and other system-wide trail amenities ($8 million), 10 years of operating costs for 1,000 new streetlights ($4 million).
- Presentation and video from July 9. (NOTE: Budget numbers and other details in presentations and videos from this summer are different than those proposed in the MAPS 4 package.)
MAPS 4 would provide $87 million to transform the environment in neighborhoods across the city by providing major funding for sidewalks, bike lanes, trails and streetlights.
First, $55 million is for the construction of sidewalks, sidewalk amenities and placemaking. The amenities potentially include trees, sustainable infrastructure, landscaping, drainage and public art, prioritizing the “Pedestrian Priority Areas” and schools identified by the bikewalkokc plan, as well as other districts and community assets, including the Clara Luper Corridor, Capitol Hill, Stockyards, Windsor District, Old Britton, and MAPS youth and senior wellness centers.
Another $20 million is for the construction of bicycle lanes and related bicycle facilities, taking into consideration the guidance of the bikewalkokc plan.
Another $8 million is for trail connectivity to Lake Stanley Draper and the Oklahoma River in south Oklahoma City, as well as trail amenities potentially including bathrooms, fountains and signage throughout the Oklahoma City trail system.
Finally, $4 million is for the placement of 1,000 new streetlights in areas that lack them.