Muskogee Turnpike

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Muskogee Turnpike

Muskogee Turnpike highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by Oklahoma Turnpike Authority
Length53.1 mi (85.5 km)
ExistedOctober 16, 1969–present
Major junctions
West end SH-51 in Broken Arrow
Major intersections US 69 in Muskogee
US 62 in Muskogee
East end I-40 west of Webbers Falls
CountryUnited States
Highway system
  • Oklahoma State Highway System

The Muskogee Turnpike, also designated State Highway 351 (SH-351), is a toll road in eastern Oklahoma.

Route description

Opened in 1969, the 53-mile (85.2 km) route begins at the Broken Arrow Expressway (SH-51) southeast of Tulsa, near an intersection with the Creek Turnpike. The Turnpike ends at Interstate 40 west of Webbers Falls. The Muskogee Turnpike's north section is connected to its south section by Oklahoma 165.


The Muskogee Turnpike originally bore no numbered designation. On March 10, 2014, the Oklahoma Transportation Commission unanimously approved a motion to apply the SH-351 designation to the turnpike.[1][2]


As of March 2018, a two-axle vehicle pays $3.50 cash ($3.20 with Pikepass) to drive the full length of the Turnpike.[3] There are two toll collection plazas located along the length of the Muskogee Turnpike. The Muskogee Main Line Plaza is located approximately 5 miles (8.0 km) south of the city of Muskogee and has an inline Pikepass lane, an exact change lane, and an attended collection lane. Speed limits through this plaza are 30 miles per hour (48 km/h) for all vehicles. The Coweta Main Line Plaza is located approximately 15 miles (24 km) north of the city of Muskogee at the Coweta exit, and has four collection lanes: one exact change lane, two attended lanes, and a Pikepass lane that is independent from the plaza. The speed limit at this plaza is 30 miles per hour (48 km/h) for all vehicles, except Pikepass vehicles, which bypass the collection plaza.


Located approximately 10 miles (16 km) north of the city of Muskogee is a newly renovated concession plaza which reopened in April 2011. This concession plaza has an EZ Go gasoline station selling Phillips 66 gasoline, as well as a McDonald's restaurant. The concession plaza has free restrooms, is open 24 hours a day, and is located in the median for easy access from both travel directions. Groundwork was laid out for a second concession plaza just north of the Muskogee Main Line collection plaza; however this plaza was never built, and all pavement and ramps have since been removed.

Law enforcement along the Muskogee Turnpike is provided by Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop XB, a special troop assigned to the turnpike.[4]

Exit list

WagonerBroken Arrow0.00.0
SH-51 west (Broken Arrow Expressway)
Western terminus
SH-51Eastbound entrance only

SH-364 / Creek Turnpike east
SH-364 not signed westbound; no toll from EB Muskogee Tpk. to WB Creek Tpk.
Coweta13 SH-51 – Wagoner, Coweta
Coweta Main Line Plaza
To SH-51B – Porter
Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Turnpike Concession
26 US 69 – Muskogee, WagonerWestbound toll
MuskogeeMuskogee33Hyde Park Road – Port of Muskogee, War Memorial ParkNo exit number northbound
SH-165 begins
Free section begins
3455 US 62 – Muskogee, Bacone College, NSU Muskogee, Fort Gibson, Tahlequah
3556Gibson Street
3658Chandler Road / Hancock StreetHancock St. signed eastbound only

SH-165 west (Peak Boulevard) to US 64
Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Free section ends
SH-165 west (Hancock Street)
Westbound exit only
Concession plaza
4268Muskogee Main Line Plaza
Webbers Falls55.5689.4255 US 64 – Webbers Falls, WarnerEastbound exit and westbound entrance
56A-B I-40 – Oklahoma City, Fort SmithEastern terminus; signed as exits 56A (west) and 56B (east); I-40 exit 286
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ Killman, Curtis (2014-03-11). "Cable Barriers Approved For Six Stretches of Oklahoma Highways". Tulsa World. Retrieved 2014-03-26.
  2. ^ Oklahoma Transportation Commission (2014-03-10). "Minutes for the Special Transportation Committee Meeting" (PDF). Retrieved 2014-03-26.
  3. ^ "PIKEPASS". Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. Retrieved March 3, 2018.
  4. ^ "Oklahoma Highway Patrol". Retrieved 2008-04-05.

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