Oklahoma State Highway 48
|Maintained by ODOT|
|Length:||159.5 mi (256.7 km)|
|South end:||SH-78 in Durant|
|North end:||US-64 south of Cleveland|
State Highway 48 (abbreviated SH-48) is a state highway in eastern Oklahoma that runs nearly 159.1 miles (256.0 km) from Bryan County to Pawnee County. SH-48 has one lettered spur, SH-48A, in Johnston County.
SH-48 begins at SH-78 six miles (10 km) north of Durant. Running north, it is five miles (8 km) to the first highway intersection, SH-22, just west of Kenefic. Highway 48 continues on to the north, passing through the community of Folsom, and at Coleman, SH-48A spurs off to the west, towards the town of Milburn.
Seven miles ahead is Wapanucka, and the junction with SH-7. Nine miles past Wapanucka, SH-31 intersects, heading to the east, and in seven more miles Highway 48 reaches the town of Tupelo. Just north of Tupelo, SH-48 intersects SH-3, and then continues for 13 miles (21 km) to Allen, where it joins SH-1 for a seven-mile (11 km) concurrency to Atwood.
At Atwood, SH-48 splits off to the north, crosses the Canadian River, and soon enters the city of Holdenville, seat of Hughes County. SH-48 meets US-270 Business in Holdenville, then intersects US-270 just north of town. SH-48 intersects with SH-9 in northwestern Hughes County, and then turns to the east the junction with SH-99A, just west of Bearden.
Highway 48 turns back to the north soon after leaving Bearden, and crosses the North Canadian River just south of the I-40 junction. Two miles after I-40, SH-48 crosses SH-56 five miles (8 km) west of Okemah, then US-62 five miles (8 km) after that, just west of Castle.
The 25 miles (40 km) between US-62 and the SH-16 junction in Bristow is very rural, with no settlements of any size. At Bristow, SH-48 joins SH-16 and SH-66 for a short three-route concurrency through town. SH-16 branches off just north of downtown Bristow, and SH-48/SH-66 intersect with I-44/Turner Turnpike at Bristow's northern edge.
Four miles after I-44, SH-66 splits off the east, and Highway 48 continues north eight miles (13 km) to SH-33, then another nine miles (14 km) to SH-51, two miles (3 km) west of Mannford. SH-48 crosses the Cimarron River and skirts the western edge of Keystone Lake as it travels its final few miles, intersecting with US-412/Cimarron Turnpike just before terminating at US-64, eight miles (13 km) south of Cleveland.
|Location:||Johnston County, Oklahoma|
|Length:||9.39 mi (15.11 km)|
SH-48 has one lettered spur, State Highway 48A. SH-48A connects SH-48 to SH-78 at Milburn, in Johnston County.
|Pontotoc||Allen||59.1||95.1||SH-1||Western terminus of SH-1 concurrency|
|Hughes||Atwood||66.2||106.5||SH-1||Eastern terminus of SH-1 concurrency|
|Southern terminus of US-270 Bus. concurrency|
US-270 / US-270 Bus.
|Northern terminus of US-270 Bus.|
|101.6||163.5||I‑40||I-40 exit 217|
|Creek||Bristow||131.1||211.0||SH-16||Southern terminus of SH-16 concurrency|
|131.5||211.6||SH-66||Southern terminus of SH-66 concurrency|
|132.2||212.8||SH-16||Northern terminus of SH-16 concurrency|
|132.6||213.4||I‑44 / Turner Tpk.||I-44 exit 196|
|135.2||217.6||SH-66||Northern terminus of SH-66 concurrency|
|Pawnee||159.2||256.2||US-412 / Cimarron Tpk.||Access to westbound US-412 only, eastbound access via US-64|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Google Inc. "Oklahoma State Highway 48". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=OK-48+N%2FOK-78+N&daddr=OK-48+N+to:OK-48+N+to:Choctaw+Ave+to:OK-48+N+to:OK-48+N+to:Easton+St+to:OK-1+E%2FOK-48+N+to:E+Main+St+to:OK-48+N%2FUS-270+BUS+W%2FBroadway+of+America+to:OK-48+N+to:Unknown+road+to:OK-48+N+to:OK-48+N+to:OK-48+N+to:S+Chestnut+St+to:S+Main+St+to:N+Main+St+to:OK-48+N%2FOK-66+E+to:OK-48+N%2FOK-66+E+to:OK-48+N+to:OK-48+N+to:OK-48+N+to:OK-48+N&hl=en&ll=35.496456,-96.536865&spn=4.158528,7.064209&sll=36.220098,-96.387482&sspn=0.002012,0.003449&geocode=FU4HCAIdXHdB-g%3BFRv6CAId_nVB-g%3BFez3CgIdyKxA-g%3BFViFDAId1q1A-g%3BFf6CDgIdPPJA-g%3BFTgfEAIdTq5A-g%3BFSRIFAIdatNA-g%3BFXdjFQIdVAlC-g%3BFURIFwIdyBBB-g%3BFSCKFwId_PVA-g%3BFeqaGQIdYPZA-g%3BFc9dGwIdJPlA-g%3BFSk1HAId3GpB-g%3BFaSXHAId8FZB-g%3BFalBHQIdzjpB-g%3BFS6yIgIdRD9B-g%3BFSS8IgIdijBB-g%3BFU_iIgIdDzJB-g%3BFeP3IgId1T5B-g%3BFWiGIwIdHkdB-g%3BFURdJQIdij9B-g%3BFecwJwId5B1B-g%3BFX6iKAIdESxB-g%3BFXitKAIdoD1B-g&mra=mi&mrsp=23&sz=18&t=m&z=7. Retrieved November 5, 2012.
- Oklahoma Department of Transportation (2010-01-01) (PDF). Control Section Maps – Johnston County (Map). Cartography by ODOT (2010–2011 ed.). http://www.odot.org/hqdiv/p-r-div/maps/control-maps/johnston.pdf. Retrieved November 4, 2012.