At DI, our passion is creating remarkable experiences that move people. So, when it came to the City of Tulsa Transit system, we took the challenge quite literally. In close collaboration with design and architecture firms HNTB and Cyntergy, we helped bring new and modern bus stations to Tulsa’s Peoria corridor.

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The future of Tulsa’s public transportation, Aero Bus Rapid Transit, is helping streamline and connect the residents of Tulsa. The new Aero stations come in two varieties—a ‘Constrained’ station, using minimal square-footage to fit along Peoria Avenue, and a ‘Standard’ station, featuring a larger footprint and more amenities. While waiting for the next bus to arrive, these new platforms offer commuters enhanced amenities like sheltered seating, bicycle racks and level boarding. Plus, the real-time arrival signs will always keep riders right on schedule.


Building the new BRT system in Tulsa along Peoria Avenue is a vital step towards accessible transportation for residents and visitors (one in seven of the city’s residents and 20% of jobs are within a 10-minute walk of the corridor). Whether getting to work, heading home or enjoying a night out on the town, the Aero BRT is sure to play a vital role in the community—and when it comes to connecting people, we’ll always go the extra mile.

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