Oklahoma State Highway 19

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State Highway 19 marker

State Highway 19
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 171.7 mi[1] (276.3 km)
Major junctions
West end: US-283 / SH-6 in Blair
East end: SH-1 / SH-3 / SH-3E / SH-3W west of Ada
Highway system
Oklahoma State Highway System
SH-18 SH-20

State Highway 19, abbreviated as SH-19, is a 171.7-mile-long (276.3 km) highway running through the southern part of the U.S. state of Oklahoma. It is signed east–west.

Route description[edit]

SH-19 westbound at SH-76. This sign is unusual because the arrows are normally placed under the highway shields.

SH-19 begins at an intersection with US-283 in Blair, Oklahoma. SH-19 heads east from Blair for 23 miles (37 km) without intersecting another highway before meeting U.S. Highway 183 north of Roosevelt. It continues eastward, sharing a 3-mile (4.8 km) section of road with State Highway 54 before splitting off to the east and briefly overlapping with SH-115 and State Highway 58.

The next town Highway 19 encounters is Apache, north of Lake Ellsworth, where it crosses U.S. Highway 62/281. Nine miles (14½ km) later, it overlaps with U.S. Highway 277 at Cyril. These two overlap with US-81 near Ninnekah, but SH-19 splits off to the east once again within 3 miles (4.8 km).

After splitting off, SH-19 travels in a southeast direction to have a brief concurrency with State Highway 76 through Lindsay. 10 miles (16 km) later it intersects with State Highway 74 at a four-way stop in Maysville. Still continuing southeast, 10 miles (16 km) later it has an interchange with Interstate 35 and an intersection with U.S. Highway 77 in Pauls Valley.

After passing through the Pauls Valley area, SH-19 crosses U.S. Highway 177 west of Stratford, Oklahoma. It then ends, concurrent with SH-3W at the Richardson Loop outside of Ada.[2]

Spurs[edit]

SH-19 has two lettered spurs.[2]

  • SH-19C runs for one mile (1.6 km) from SH-19 to Alex. It was commissioned on August 7, 1950.[3]
  • SH-19D runs for one mile (1.6 km) from SH-19 to Bradley.

Junction list[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Jackson Blair 0.0 0.0 US-283 / SH-6 Western terminus
Kiowa Roosevelt 22.6 36.4 US-183
Cooperton 31.4 50.5 SH-54 Southern terminus of SH-54 concurrency
34.4 55.4 SH-54 Northern terminus of SH-54 concurrency
43.4 69.8 SH-115 Western terminus of SH-115 concurrency
44.4 71.5 SH-115 Eastern terminus of SH-115 concurrency
Caddo 50.4 81.1 SH-58 Western terminus of SH-58 concurrency
54.3 87.4 SH-58 Eastern terminus of SH-58 concurrency
Apache 64.8 104.3 US-62 / US-281 Western terminus of US-62/US-281 concurrency
65.4 105.3 US-62 / US-281 Eastern terminus of US-62/US-281 concurrency
Cyril 74.2 119.4 US-277 Western terminus of US-277 concurrency
75.1 120.9 SH-8 Southern terminus of SH-8
Grady Ninnekah 90.3 145.3 US-81 Southern terminus of US-81 concurrency
93.2 150.0 US-81 / US-277 Northern terminus of US-81 concurrency, eastern terminus of US-277 concurrency
Alex 104.5 168.2 SH-19C Southern terminus of SH-19C
Bradley 109.1 175.6 SH-19D Southern terminus of SH-19D
Garvin Lindsay 115.4 185.7 SH-76 Western terminus of SH-76 concurrency
116.4 187.3 SH-76 Eastern terminus of SH-76 concurrency
117.4 188.9 SH-59B Southern terminus of SH-59B
Maysville 127.5 205.2 SH-74
Pauls Valley 137.5 221.3 I-35 I-35 exit 72
139.9 225.1 US-77 Western terminus of US-77 concurrency
140.1 225.5 US-77 Eastern terminus of US-77 concurrency
147.2 236.9 SH-133 Southern terminus of SH-133
Stratford 156.2 251.4 US-177
Pontotoc 170.3 274.1 SH-3W Western terminus of SH-3W concurrency
Ada 171.7 276.3 SH-1 / SH-3 / SH-3E Eastern terminus; SH-3W merges with SH-3E to become SH-3
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Google (January 28, 2013). "Oklahoma State Highway 19" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 28, 2013. 
    Google (January 29, 2013). "Oklahoma State Highway 19" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 29, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b Official State Map (Map) (2003-2004 ed.). Oklahoma Department of Transportation. 
  3. ^ Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Planning & Research Division. "Memorial Dedication & Revision History - SH-19C". Retrieved 2007-05-06. 

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