Oklahoma Turnpike and Toll Roads
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Oklahoma turnpike system is maintained by the state government through the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. All the Oklahoma turnpikes have 4 lanes except for the Chickasaw Turnpike having only 2 lanes. Following turnpikes are present in Oklahoma:
- Cherokee Turnpike
- Chickasaw Turnpike
- Cimarron Turnpike
- H.E. Bailey Turnpike
- Indian Nation Turnpike
- John Kilpatrick Turnpike
- Muskogee Turnpike
- Turner Turnpike
- Creek Turnpike
- Will Rogers Turnpike
- Kickapoo Turnpike
Cherokee Turnpike falls on the easten part of Oklahama and is a four lane tollway carrying US-412 from east of Kansas to east of Chouteau.
Chickasaw Turnpike is a toll road in Oklahoma towards the south central region and has 2 lanes. The turnpike connects Murray County and SH-1 near Roff.
Cimarron Turnpike is a toll road in north-central Oklahoma. It passes through Noble, Payne and Pawnee. The turnpike connects I-35 in Noble County to the western suburbs of Tulsa.
H.E. Bailey Turnpike
H.E. Bailey Turnpike is a four lane toll road in the southwest region of Oklahoma, US. There is a free part of the turnpike running through eastern Lawton. The turnpike connects Wichita Falls, Texas to Lawton, Chickasha and Oklahoma City.
Indian Nation Turnpike
Indian Nation Turnpike is the longest toll road in the US state of Oklahoma connecting Hugo and Henryetta. The turnpike is a continuous four lane limited access highway consisting of two sections.
John Kilpatrick Turnpike
The John Kilpatrick Turnpike is a toll road lying entirely within the city limits of Oklahoma city of the US. It connects the west of Council Road with exits to Morgan Road, Sara Road and SW 15th Street.
Muskogee Turnpike falls on the eastern part of Oklahoma. The turnpike connects Broken Arrow Expressway and ends at the west of Webbers Falls.
Turner Turnpike connects two important cities in Oklahoma, US- Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The Turner Turnpike has only one barrier toll plaza and the motorists are issued a receipt.
The Creek Turnpike forms a beltway around the south and east of Tulsa. The turnpike passes through Sapulpa, Jenks Tulsa, Broken Arrow and counties of Creek Tulsa, Wagoner and Rogers.
Will Rogers Turnpike
The Will Rogers Turnpike falls on the northeast part of Oklahoma, US. The turnpike connects Tulsa to Missouri. It runs parallel to US-66.
The new Kickapoo Turnpike partially opened on 13 November 2020 as a new addition to the turnpike system in Oklahoma. The turnpike is a 4 lane divided highway in Oklahoma connecting Turner Turnpike to NE 23 Street / US Highway 62 on the South. It connects Oklahoma city to Harrah and Luther. The turnpike allows for high-speed commutes with a speed limit of 80 mph. The remaining section of the Kickapoo Turnpike is expected to open in February or March of 2021. Currently, the Kickapoo turnpike stretches for 11 miles and once the remaining part of the turnpike is opened it will extend to about 20 miles.
A passenger car with a Pikepass will pay $1.10 while cash customers will be charged $2.25 for this partially opened stretch. A tractor-trailer with a Pikepass will be charged $4.95 to travel at Kickapoo Turnpike, while with cash it will be charged $10.25.
Once the full Kickapoo Turnpike is open in 2021, a passenger car with a Pikepass will pay $1.90 to travel the full length of the turnpike from the Turner Turnpike to I-40, while a tractor-trailer with a Pikepass will pay $8.55.
Cash customers will be charged the same amount to travel the full length of the turnpike as they are charged to travel the already opened northern section — $2.25 for passenger cars and $10.25 for tractor-trailers.
Use Oklahoma Toll Calculator to calculate tolls and gas costs to travel through the Oklahoma turnpike.
Oklahoma turnpike tolls
The toll rates across the Oklahoma turnpike varies depending upon the payment method: whether PikePass, other tags or cash. Below is the tolls for 2-axle vehicle for the entire stretch of all the tunnpikes in Oklahoma:
|Cherokee Turnpike||US 69||Flint Bridge/State Line||$2.80||$3.25||Not allowed|
|Chickasaw Turnpike||US 177-Sulphur||Roff ML||$0.65||$0.85||Not allowed|
|Cimarron Turnpike||I-35||US 64/SH 48-Tulsa||$3.30||$4.25||Not allowed|
|Creek Turnpike||Turner Turnpike||412-Admiral Bridge||$3.00||$3.75||Not allowed|
|HE Bailey Turnpike||SH 9 US 62/277||Texas State Line||$5.10||$6.95||Not allowed|
|Indian Nation Turnpike||I 40-Henryetta||Hugo||$6.20||$7.75||Not allowed|
|Kilpatrick Turnpike||I-35||I 40-SW 15th||$2.55||$3.00||Not allowed|
|Muskogee Turnpike||Tulsa/Creek TPK||I 40||$3.30||$4.00||Not allowed|
|Turner Turnpike||Oklahoma City||Tulsa||$4.50||$5.00||Not allowed|
|Will Rogers Turnpike||Tulsa||Missouri State Line||$4.50||$5.00||Not allowed|
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How are tolls calculated for trucks in Oklahoma
Trucks pay tolls based on the number of axles on all Oklahoma Turnpike Authority toll roads. The vehicles are classified from class 2 – class 6 based on the number of axles as following:
|Class of Vehicle||Number of Axles|
How to figure out the number of axles for your truck
Look at the truck and its trailer from the side. Count one axle for each wheel you see (a double wheel counts as a single wheel). You must also count the steering axle, auxiliary lift axle and removable axle.
Calculate truck tolls to travel through the Oklahoma turnpikes using Truck Toll Calculator.
How to pay toll in Oklahoma
You can pay tolls in Oklahoma via PIKEPASS or PPass. Other passes accepted in Oklahoma are TxTag, K-Tag, TollTag, E-ZTag and NationalPass. You can also pay tolls with cash. However, the video toll payment does not exist here.
Learn more on toll payment methods in Oklahoma.
How to pay missed toll on Oklahoma Turnpike
If you could not pay toll while crossing the gantry or booth, it will be counted as a toll violation which needs to be paid later. Learn about the various ways to pay missed tolls in Oklahoma.
What is PikePass
PikePass or PPass is an electronic tag that you can install in your vehicle to pay tolls on Oklahoma turnpikes. You need not stop to pay tolls; it'll automatically deduct relevant charges from the linked account when the vehicle crosses the electronic gantry. The PikePass is cheaper: average 5% less than cash rate tolls. Refer to the PikPass tag to get information about how to use it, where it works and more.
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