Creek Turnpike

Creek Turnpike

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The Creek Turnpike is a partial beltway as a toll road around southern and eastern Tulsa, Oklahoma. It is long; its northern terminus is at the Will Rogers Turnpike, while the western terminus is at the Turner Turnpike. Both ends of the Creek Turnpike connect with Interstate 44.

A two-axle vehicle currently pays $2.45 ($2.30 with Pikepass) to drive the length of the turnpike.

Law enforcement along the Creek Turnpike is provided by Oklahoma Highway Patrol Troop XE, a special troop assigned to the turnpike.

Route description

The Creek Turnpike begins at I-44 exit 217 in Sapulpa. From this interchange, the turnpike runs in a general southeast direction towards the Creek–Tulsa county line. Upon crossing into Tulsa County, the toll road enters the city of Jenks and turns to a more easterly course. In Jenks, the highway has a modified cloverleaf interchange at US-75; the westbound Turnpike to southbound US-75 ramp is a directional ramp rather than a loop ramp. The Creek Turnpike then passes through the first of three barrier toll plazas. After leaving the toll plaza, the highway bridges the Arkansas River into Tulsa.

In Tulsa, the Creek Turnpike has an interchange at Memorial Road, which carries US-64 south of the toll road. At this interchange, Creek Turnpike traffic merges with northbound US-64 onto a free road, forming the Mingo Valley Expressway. US-169 also begins at this...
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