Whether you're new to the area, visiting or just passing through, it's important to get the lay of the land, particularly since the Oklahoma City metro is quite spread out. Below is a quick and easy reference table with all of the major highways and interstates in the area. It includes details on location, points of interest and possible toll costs.
Speaking of tolls, consider getting an Oklahoma PIKEPASS.
Not only does it save you money on turnpike driving, it saves you a lot of time. This is true when driving long distances across the state but also with city driving. For example, the Kilpatrick Turnpike significantly speeds up travel on the north side of the metro. Also, keep in mind that an Oklahoma PIKEPASS can be used in Kansas and north Texas. Get more detailed information on Oklahoma PIKEPASS and how to sign up.
Before you set out onto the highways and turnkpikes, make sure all is safe. For example, if winter conditions are possible, learn how to track accidents that could slow you down. And the Oklahoma Department of Transportation has a number of traffic cameras all around the metro, allowing you to easily check conditions and flow.
|Road||Travels...||To go to...||Cost|
|Interstate 35||North/South - Located toward the east side of Oklahoma City||North to Frontier City, Edmond, Guthrie, Stillwater, Enid, Ponca City and out of state to Wichita and Kansas City|
South to Moore, Norman, Ardmore and out of state to Dallas and Austin
|None within the state of Oklahoma|
|Interstate 44||Northeast/Southwest||Northeast to Chandler, Stroud, Tulsa, Vinita and out of state to Springfield and St. Louis|
Southwest to Newcastle, Chickasha, Lawton and out of state to Wichita Falls
|None west of I-35 but becomes Turner Turnpike ($4.00 for car to Tulsa) to northeast and H.E. Bailey Turnpike ($1.50 for car to Chickasha) to southwest|
|Interstate 40||East/West||East to Shawnee, Henryetta, Sallisaw, and out of state to Fort Smith and Memphis|
West to White Water Bay, Outlet Shoppes of OKC, Yukon, El Reno, Weatherford, Elk City, and out of state to Amarillo and Albuquerque
|Interstate 235||North/South - From I-44 junction to downtown|
North to Broadway Extension/Edmond
|Interstate 240||East/West - From I-40 Junction east of Tinker Air Force Base to I-44 Junction near Will Rogers Airport||Will Rogers Airport, Plaza Mayor, Lake Stanley Draper||None|
|Highway 77 (aka Broadway Extension)||North/South - From I-235 North to Edmond Road (2nd Street) in Edmond||The Village, Nichols Hills, Edmond||None|
|Highway 74 (aka Lake Hefner Parkway)||North/South - From Memorial Avenue to I-44||Lake Hefner, Quail Springs Mall, Integris Baptist Medical Center||None|
|Highway 3 (aka Northwest Expressway)||Southeast/Northwest - From I-44 to Highway 81 Junction near Okarche||Penn Square Mall, Lake Hefner, Warr Acres||None|
|Kilpatrick Turnpike||East/West - From I-35, looping south to I-40||Memorial Corridor, Gaillardia, Lake Overholser||$2.30 for car from I-35 to I-40|
* All toll rates subject to change without notice. To ensure accuracy, you should check the toll rates on the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority website.