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Oklahoma Road Map

The scalable Oklahoma map on this page shows the state's major roads and highways as well as its counties and cities, including Oklahoma City, the state capital and most populous city.
Pony Bridge roadway on Route 66 in Oklahoma
Pony Bridge Road Across the South Canadian River, Route 66, Oklahoma

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Oklahoma Map Legend

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Oklahoma Map Scale Of Miles

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Oklahoma Interstate Highways

Oklahoma's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between Oklahoma and its neighboring states.  I-35 traverses Oklahoma from north to south; I-40 crosses the state from east to west; and I-44 carries traffic from northeastern Oklahoma to the southwestern part of the state.  Oklahoma's auxiliary Interstate Highways serve Oklahoma City and Tulsa.  I-235 provides access to downtown Oklahoma City from I-35 and I-44, while I-240 connects I-40 and I-44 on the south side of the city.  I-244 provides access to downtown Tulsa from I-44.

Oklahoma Scenic Routes

A 130-mile trip through the northern part of the state is a journey through Cherokee country.  Driving north from Gore, travelers can visit a re-creation of the 1829 Cherokee courthouse and an early 1800s log cabin, as well as the Cherokee Heritage Center, which offers a dramatic re-creation of the Trail of Tears.  Tenkiller State Park serves as a spot for fishing, camping, boating, and scuba diving, and visitors to Grand Lake O' the Cherokees can take a narrated cruise aboard paddle wheelers and visit a recreated 1800s pioneer town.  More information about scenic roads in Oklahoma is available on this America's Byways: Oklahoma page.

Oklahoma Road Travel Resources

For more information about Oklahoma's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the Oklahoma Department of Transportation website.  For Oklahoma road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's Oklahoma Traffic Information page.

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