THE new light rail system in Oklahoma City opened on December 14, 2018, and is operated as two loops: a 7.8km north-south Downtown Loop, which also shares tracks with almost all of the route used by the 3.2km Bricktown Loop in the Bricktown entertainment district.
The system is electrified at 740V DC except for several short non-electrified sections at locations where overhead wires are not (or cannot be) installed.
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