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Thanks to the new online scheduling system,
Inline/Online, visiting one of
Oklahoma’s Driver License (DL) offices is about to get easier. Beginning March 26 with the SWOKC Driver License office, the
Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (DPS) is piloting this
new service along with six additional Oklahoma City and Tulsa Metro locations.
“We realize there is a problem. We were hearing reports of people arriving at our Driver License offices at four in the morning, only to have a long line and a long day, waiting for them.” said
DPS Commissioner, Michael C. Thompson. “Inline/Online is the solution.”
Inline/Online is an online scheduling system that gives patrons the opportunity to reserve appointments online and avoid the inconvenience of waiting in line on a first-come-first-serve basis. Drivers choose an appointment type and time based on availability at their desired location, and can anticipate being in-and-out of the Driver License office within an hour of arrival.
The pilot consists of a systematic rollout of seven locations in an attempt for
DPS to appropriately assess the needs of each facility. The launch dates and for each location pilot are:
SWOKC – March 26
Edmond – March 26
Yukon – March 28
Norman – March 28
Tulsa Eastgate – April 4
West Tulsa – April 11
Broken Arrow – April 11
Online appointments will be available at each location on the pilot date in 15-minute intervals beginning at 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. and are subject to availability. During the pilot period, it is free to schedule appointments utilizing
DPS has plans to expand
Inline/Online over the next year to include all Oklahoma Driver license locations across the state. Future improvements also include a queuing system that will give real time estimates of wait-times at Driver License offices and the distance between the user’s current location and the DL office of choice.
For more information about Inline/Online, visit
http://www.dps.state.ok.us/inlineonline. The online service is a product of a partnership between the
Oklahoma Department of Public Safety and
OK.gov, Oklahoma’s Official Website managed by the eGovernment firm,
NIC Inc. (Nasdaq: EGOV).
About Oklahoma Department of Public Safety
The mission of the
Department of Public Safety is to save lives and protect the public property by enforcing the laws of the State of Oklahoma. The Department also provides information programs to schools and organizations concerning drug abuse and traffic safety.
About OK.govOK.gov is the official website of the state of Oklahoma and a collaborative effort between the
Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services (OMES) and
Oklahoma Interactive, LLC to help Oklahoma government entities Web-enable their information services. OMES is responsible for OK.gov. Oklahoma Interactive operates, maintains, and markets OK.gov and is part of eGovernment firm
EGOV) family of companies.
About NICNIC Inc. (NASDAQ:
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