Indian Nation Turnpike
|Length:||105.2 mi (169.3 km)|
|Existed:||1966 – present|
|South end:||US-70 / US-271 near Hugo|
|North end:||I‑40 in Henryetta|
|Counties:||Choctaw, Pushmataha, Atoka, Pittsburg, McIntosh, Okmulgee|
The Indian Nation Turnpike is a toll road in southeastern Oklahoma, United States, running between Hugo and Henryetta, Oklahoma, a distance of 105.2 miles (169.3 km). It is the longest tollway in the state.
The Indian Nation turnpike is built to parkway-like design standards, omitting a center barrier and left-hand shoulders for a slightly mounded grassy median that is flush with the edge of the left lane in each direction. The turnpike's speed limit is 75 mph (121 km/h).
A two-axle vehicle pays $4.75 ($4.50 with Pikepass) to drive the full length of the Turnpike. *Toll has now increased to $5.50 (cash) for a full length trip as of 2013.
The only dining option along the entire turnpike is McDonald's.
The route is one continuous four-lane limited access highway, but consists of two separately constructed sections. The 41.1-mile (66.1 km) northern section, which opened in 1966, is the portion between I-40/US 62/US 75 near Henryetta and US 69 south of McAlester. The southern extension opened in 1970, and is the 64.1-mile (103.2 km) segment from the US 69 junction to US 70/271 in Hugo.
|Choctaw||Hugo||0.0||0.0||1||US-70 west / US-271 north – Hugo||Last free exit northbound, Turnpike begins; southbound continuation as US-70 east / US-271 south U.S. Route 70 continues East to Idabel, Broken Bow, and crosses into Arkansas and meets De Queen while U.S. Route 271 continues into Texas and meets Paris, and Mount Pleasant at I-30|
|Pushmataha||Antlers||16.0||25.7||16||SH-3 to SH-7 – Antlers, Atoka||Toll barrier under bridge prior to exit in both directions|
|16.4||26.4||Antlers Service Plaza|
|Atoka||Daisy||38.4||61.8||38||SH-43 – Atoka, Daisy|
|||63.3||101.9||63||US-69 – McAlester, Eufaula, Muskogee, Atoka, Durant||Signed as Exits #63B-A southbound U.S. Route 69 North provides a shortcut to I-40 East|
|||69.9||112.5||70||US-270 / SH-1 – McAlester, Calvin|
|||82.0||132.0||82||Canadian, Indianola||Northbound entrance and southbound exit|
|McIntosh||||92.8||149.3||92||SH-9 – Dustin, Eufaula||Toll barrier under bridge prior to exit in both directions|
|||92.9||149.5||Eufaula Service Plaza|
|Henryetta||104.4||168.0||104A||I‑40 east – Fort Smith||Last free exit southbound; I-40 exit 240A|
|104.7||168.5||104B||I‑40 west / US-62 west / US-75 south – Oklahoma City||Turnpike ends, northbound continuation as US-62 east / US-75|
|105.2||169.3||E. Main St.||Freeway ends|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "OKHighways.com - Indian Nation Turnpike". OK Highways. Retrieved July 30, 2014.
- "Oklahoma Highway Patrol". Retrieved 2008-04-05.
- Google (2011-01-05). "Overview map of Indian Nation Turnpike Distances Between Interchanges" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 2011-01-05.