Tulsa is building advanced mobility at scale.
Tulsa has the manufacturing assets and workforce to build the next innovations in the advanced mobility sector.
We supply a well-trained workforce, unmatched utility rates, and shovel-ready sites to build advanced mobility products. To catalyze advanced manufacturing in Oklahoma, TRAM created strategic workforce programming and facilities to promote support production.
The Port of Inola provides barge slip access via the McClellan-Kerr Arkansas River Navigation System with 1,108 acres of the site certified for large-scale development. This port greatly impacts the ability to receive and transport raw materials, strengthening the region’s supply chain and enhance the overall output for manufacturing companies. The TRAM Cluster spurred critical infrastructure developments, creating 1,000+ acres of site-ready plots for advanced mobility manufacturing.
Located at the intersection of Tulsa's urban cityscape and rural environments, Skyway36 is an ideal location for UAS and AAM activities. Skyway36 is a 75-acre tract in Class G airspace with a 3,000-foot runway, the area is an ideal location for manufacturing, logistics, and testing - ready for a variety of unmanned missions.