Oklahoman Modified: September 22, 2012 at 10:28 pm •  Published: September 24, 2012
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Oklahoma turnpikes

Length, location and history of the state's

10 toll roads:

Turner Turnpike, 86 miles, connects Oklahoma City with Tulsa. Financed by two revenue bond issues totaling $38 million and opened May 6, 1953.

Will Rogers Turnpike, 88.5 miles, extends from Tulsa to the Oklahoma-Missouri state line. Financed by a $68 million bond issue and opened June 18, 1957.

H.E. Bailey Turnpike, 94.6 miles, extends from Oklahoma City to just north of the Texas state line; spur connects the main route to State Highway 9. Main route financed by a $56 million bond issue and opened in two parts, April 23 1964, and March 1, 1965. Extension financed by $70 million bond issue and opened in 2001.

Indian Nation Turnpike, 105.2 miles, connects Henryetta at Interstate 40 to U.S. 70 near Hugo. Financed by two bond issues totaling $31 million and $40.8 million. Opened in two parts, Jan. 1, 1966, and Aug. 21, 1970.

Muskogee Turnpike, 53.1 miles, connects Webbers Falls at Interstate 40 with Tulsa. Financed by $32.3 million bond issue and opened Oct. 16, 1969.

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