Here's something that ranks in the "so what's new" category of
news reporting. Traffic is increasing on metropolitan Oklahoma City
freeways and, as a result, so is congestion.
Still, highway congestion here is nothing like it is in some major cities, according to the Urban Mobility Report 2002 from the Texas Transportation Institute.
Of the 100 most-congested cities, Oklahoma City comes in at No. 64, while Tulsa is ranked 57, meaning that there is more congestion in Tulsa than in Oklahoma City.
That's because Oklahoma City has better arterial streets and traffic flow, says Linda Koenig, director of the transportation planning division of the Association of Central …