List of U.S. Highways in Oklahoma

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US 64.svgUS 412.svg
Highway markers for US-64 and US-412
System information
Formed: National system formed November 11, 1926, by BPR[1]
Designations applied in Oklahoma December 7, 1926[2]
Highway names
US Highways: U.S. Highway X (US-X)
System links
Oklahoma State Highway System

United States Numbered Highways in Oklahoma are part of a nationwide network of roadways passing through the 48 contiguous states. U.S. Highways are the second-highest category of road classifications in the Oklahoma road system, just below the Interstate Highways. U.S. Highways are marked with a number contained inside a white shield in a black box. The number is generally even if the highway runs east–west, and generally odd if it runs north–south, though there many substantial deviations from this plan.

Mainline highways[edit]

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
US-54 56.07[3] 90.24 Texas state line in Texhoma Kansas state line northeast of Tyrone 1926 current
US-56 71.17[4] 114.54 New Mexico state line southwest of Felt Kansas state line south of Elkhart, Kan. 1956 current
US-59 216.47[5] 348.37 Arkansas state line southeast of Page Kansas state line north of Welch 1935 current
US-60 352.39[6] 567.12 Texas state line east of Higgins, Tex. Missouri state line south of Seneca, Mo. 1930 current
US-62 402.49[7] 647.74 Texas state line west of Hollis Arkansas state line east of Westville 1931 current
US-64 591.24[8] 951.51 New Mexico state line southwest of Felt Arkansas state line east of Moffett 1926 current
US-66 374.6[9] 602.9 Texas state line west of Erick Kansas state line south of Baxter Springs, Kan. 1926 1985 Replaced by I-40 and SH-66
US-69 260.82[10] 419.75 Texas state line south of Colbert Kansas state line north of Picher 1935 current
US-70 289.81[11] 466.40 Texas state line south of Davidson Arkansas state line west of DeQueen, Ark. 1926 current
US-73 US-75 in Atoka Kansas state line north of Picher 1926 1935 Replaced by US-69
US-75 249.42 401.40 Texas state line south of Colbert Kansas state line north of Copan 1926 current
US-77 267.21 430.03 Texas state line south of Thackerville Kansas state line north of Newkirk 1926 current
US-81 229.28 368.99 Texas state line south of Terral Kansas state line north of Renfrow 1927 current
US-83 36.32 58.45 Texas state line south of Gray Kansas state line north of Turpin 1930 current
US-164 Texas state line east of Higgins, Tex. Enid 1926 1930 Replaced by US-60
US-169 73.67 118.56 US-64 / Creek Turnpike / Memorial Drive in Tulsa Kansas state line north of Lenapah 1935 current
US-177 229.25 368.94 US-70 / SH-199 in Madill Kansas state line north of Braman 1928 current
US-183 219.94 353.96 Texas state line south of Davidson Kansas state line north of Buffalo 1938 current
US-259 98.33 158.25 Texas state line south of Harris US-59 west of Page 1963 current
US-266 43.09[12] 69.35 US-62 / US-75 north of Henryetta US-64 / SH-2 in Warner
US-270 476.86 767.43 Kansas state line north of Turpin Arkansas state line east of Page 1931 current
US-271 158.32 254.79 Texas state line south of Hugo Arkansas state line northeast of Pocola 1926 current
US-277 124.47 200.32 Texas state line southwest of Randlett I-44 / US-62 in Newcastle 1930 current
US-281 255.57 411.30 Texas state line southwest of Randlett Kansas state line north of Alva 1938 current
US-283 203.31 327.20 Texas state line south of Altus Kansas state line northeast of Rosston 1931 current
US-287 41.41 66.64 Texas state line northwest of Stratford, Tex. Colorado state line north of Boise City 1940 current
US-377 139.91 225.16 Texas state line south of Madill Stroud 1964 current Concurrent with SH-99 for its entire length in Oklahoma
US-385 35.98 57.90 Texas state line south of Boise City Colorado state line north of Boise City 1958 current
US-412 504.11 811.29 New Mexico state line west of Boise City Arkansas state line in West Siloam Springs 1988[13] The highway designations made redundant by US-412 were removed, effective December 12, 1988.[14] current

Special routes[edit]

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes

US-56 Temp.
Served Boise CityElkhart, Kan.

US-59 Temp.
Served Maud, Tex.Page

US-59 Byp.
Serves Poteau

US-59 Alt.
Served Ft. Smith, Ark.West Siloam Springs

US-59 Temp.
Served Ft. Smith, Ark.West Siloam Springs

US-60 Bus.
Serves Tonkawa

US-60 Bus.
Serves Ponca City

US-60 City
Served Ponca City

US 60 Bus.
US-60 northeast of Wyandotte Missouri state line west of Seneca, Mo. Serves Seneca, Mo.

US-62 Bus.
Serves Snyder

US-62 Temp.
Served Lawton

US-62 Temp.
Served Oklahoma City

US-62 Bus.
Serves Henryetta

US-62 Bus.
Serves Muskogee

US-62 Bus.
Serves Tahlequah

US-64 Bus.
Served Enid

US-64 Bus.
Serves Muskogee

US-66 Bus.
Served Clinton

US-66 City
Served Clinton

US-66 Bus.
Served Oklahoma City

US-66 City
Served Oklahoma City

US-69 Bus.
Serves Durant

US-69 Bus.
Serves McAlester

US-69 Bus.
Serves Eufaula

US-69 Bus.
Serves Checotah

US-69 City
Served Commerce

US-69 Alt.
Serves Ottawa County and Cherokee County, Kan.

US-70 City
Served Wilson

US-70 Byp.
Served Durant

US-70 Truck
Served Durant

US-70 Bus.
Serves Hugo

US-70 Byp.
Serves Idabel

US-75 Bus.
Serves Durant

US-75 Bus.
Serves Henryetta

US-75 Alt.
33.77 54.35 US-75/SH-16 east of Beggs I-244/US-75 in Tulsa

US-75 Temp.
1965 1966 Served OakhurstOwasso

US-75 Temp.
1966 1970 Served OakhurstOwasso

US-75 Bus.
Served Tulsa

US-77 Bus.
Served Ardmore

US-77 Alt.
Served Oklahoma City

US-77 Bus.
Served Perry

US-77 Alt.
Served Ponca City

US-77 Bus.
Served Ponca City

US-77 City
Served Ponca City

US-81 Alt.
Served Waurika

US-81 City
Served Duncan

US-81 Bus.
Serves Rush Springs

US-169 Temp.
Served Tulsa

US-169 Alt.
Serves Nowata

US-183 Alt.
Served Clinton

US-259 Byp.
Served Idabel

US-270 Bus.
Serves Shawnee

US-270 Bus.
Serves Wewoka

US-270 Bus.
Serves Holdenville

US-271 Bus.
Serves Hugo

US-281 Bus.
Serves Lawton
US-281 Spur Serves Geary

US-412 Alt.
Formerly designated US-412 Scenic
  •       Former

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bureau of Public Roads & American Association of State Highway Officials (November 11, 1926). United States System of Highways Adopted for Uniform Marking by the American Association of State Highway Officials (Map). 1:7,000,000. Washington, DC: U.S. Geological Survey. OCLC 32889555. Retrieved November 7, 2013 – via University of North Texas Libraries. 
  2. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "Memorial Dedication and Revision History, US 81". Oklahoma Department of Transportation. Retrieved September 7, 2013. 
  3. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 54" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  4. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 56" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  5. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 59" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  6. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 60" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  7. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 62" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  8. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 64" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  9. ^ Google Maps driving directions:
  10. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 69" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  11. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 70" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  12. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "State Highway System: Log of U.S. Highway 266" (PDF). Retrieved 2008-01-01. 
  13. ^ Oklahoma Transportation Commission (February 1, 1988). "Minutes of the Regular Meeting of the Transportation Commission" (PDF). Retrieved December 6, 2012. 
  14. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation. "Memorial Dedication & Revision History – US 412". Retrieved December 6, 2012. 

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