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Turnpike may refer to:
- Turnpike, another term for a toll road and historically the term for a toll gate or barrier
- Turnpike trusts, bodies set up by act of Parliament, with powers to collect road tolls for maintaining the principal highways during the 18th and 19th centuries
- Turnpike Lane, Haringey, a street in Haringey, North London, England
- Delaware Turnpike, a toll road in Delaware, United States
- Florida's Turnpike, a toll road in Florida, United States
- Kansas Turnpike, a toll road in Kansas, United States
- Maine Turnpike, a toll road in Maine, United States
- Massachusetts Turnpike, a toll road in Massachusetts, United States
- New Hampshire Turnpike, a toll road in New Hampshire, United States
- New Jersey Turnpike, a toll road in New Jersey, United States
- Ohio Turnpike, a toll road in Ohio, United States
- Turnpikes of Oklahoma, a turnpike system in Oklahoma, United States
- Pennsylvania Turnpike, a toll road in Pennsylvania, United States
- West Virginia Turnpike, a toll road in West Virginia, United States
It may also refer to
- Connecticut Turnpike, a former toll road in Connecticut, United States
- Indiana Toll Road, a toll road in Indiana, United States, often called "the Indiana Turnpike"
- Kentucky Turnpike, a former toll road in Kentucky, United States
- Turnpike Stadium, the former name of Arlington Stadium in Arlington, Texas, United States
- Turnpike Esker, name of a Mi'kmaw portage trail in Digby County, Nova Scotia, Canada
- Turnpike (software), an Internet software suite for Microsoft Windows
- Turnpike Glow, an indie pop band in London, England
- Turnpike Troubadours, a country band from Oklahoma, United States.
In canoeing in Nova Scotia
- Turnpike, a colloquialism for portage trail running along the raised, relatively bare surface of an esker.
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