Trail Maps

Travel offroad

Embark on an adventure with our detailed trail maps designed for foot or bicycle travel. Navigate effortlessly with hundreds of miles of beautiful walking and biking trails throughout Green Country.
Action Plan


We’re working to establish a culture of safety in our region where EVERYONE helps to ensure their own safety and the safety of others.

Stay in the know

Whether you’re navigating by motorized vehicle, bicycle, or on foot, stay informed to ensure a seamless and safe journey. Learn more on local transportation regulations, road safety measures, and pedestrian laws.

Latest news

Stay informed on the latest updates on travel advisories, safety regulations, and tips to ensure your travels are enjoyable and safe.
January 4, 2024

Tulsa Police Issue More Speeding Tickets To Crack Down On Dangerous Drivers

Tulsa Police Chief Wendell Franklin says one of his top priorities for 2024 is to cut down the number of people dying in car crashes in the city.
December 13, 2023

“Travel With Care” Exhibit Brings Awareness To The Pedestrians Who Have Died On Tulsa Regional Streets

Twenty-seven pairs of shoes are laid out in a grid on the floor of the Sapulpa Public Library. Each pair represents someone who has died on the streets of the regional Tulsa area by way of bicycle or pedestrian fatalities in the last two years.
October 20, 2023

Oklahoma now requires teens to complete work zone safety course

Oklahoma teens hoping to get behind the wheel now have one extra step in obtaining their driver’s license, according to a new state law.
September 28, 2023

NHTSA Estimates Traffic Fatalities Continued to Decline in the First Half of 2023

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released its early estimates of traffic fatalities for the first half of 2023, estimating that traffic fatalities declined for the fifth straight quarter. An estimated 19,515 people died in motor vehicle traffic crashes, representing a decrease of about 3.3% as compared to 20,190 fatalities in the first half of 2022. Fatalities declined in both the first and second quarters of 2023.

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