Meetings will be held this week to consider a rail system to run from Tulsa to Oklahoma City.
Multiple agencies including the Transportation Department and the Federal Railroad Administration will take part in discussing how the rail service would improve transportation between the two cities.
Further research will also look into the cost and environmental impact of such a service.
The first meeting is set for tonight at 5:30 at a TCC campus.
A meeting Wednesday will be in Stroud at Stroud High School.
A Thursday meeting in Oklahoma City will be at Metrotech, Springlake Campus.
Each meeting should last about two hours.
These meetings come around the same time that PayPal creator, CEO of Elon Musk unveiled his plans for a new method of transportation.
He calls it the “hyperloop,” and it’s basically a giant version of the capsule from the bank drive-through.
Passengers would climb into the capsule and sit in a reclined position.
The capsule would then be placed into a tube and sent through a tube floating on a thin layer of air, like and air hockey table.