OKLAHOMA CITY – EMBARK is offering fans non-stop express bus service to Devon Park from two downtown stops during the Women’s College World Series, May 30 - June 7.

The express buses will be specially wrapped for the Women’s College World Series. Downtown stop locations include:

The cost is $4 for the day for adults and free for riders under 18. Passes can be purchased on the Token Transit app. The pass is also valid for RAPID NW, OKC’s newest transit option, and the OKC Streetcar, a convenient option for visitors staying downtown. 

Fans who are looking for parking downtown can park at either the Oklahoma City Convention Center Garage or the Scissortail Park surface lot for $10 a day, which can be paid for using the Flowbird mobile parking app or at an EMBARK parking kiosk.

“We love welcoming softball fans to Oklahoma City, and we are proud to help make their visit a little bit easier,” Assistant City Manager and EMBARK Administrator Jason Ferbrache said. “This express service is simple, convenient, and cuts down on parking and traffic congestion. Fans can hop on from one of our two downtown stops and go straight to the front gate of Devon Park within minutes.”

For more information about EMBARK express bus service during the Women’s College World Series, go to embarkok.com/wcws.