Oklahoma State Highway 58

Oklahoma State Highway 58

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State Highway 58 (abbreviated SH-58 or OK-58) is the name of two state highways in Oklahoma. One of them runs for 73 miles (117.5 km) from Medicine Park to the BlaineCuster County line near Hydro, and the other connects US-270/281/SH-3/33 to the Kansas state line, running . The northern section has one lettered spur route, SH-58A.

SH-58 was originally a part of US-164. When US-164 was decommissioned in 1930, a section of the road in Major County that was left without a designation became SH-58. Since then, the highway has grown toward both the north and the south. With the designation and extension of the southern section of the highway, SH-58 is present in five counties in the western part of the state.

Route description

Southern section

The southern SH-58 begins at an intersection with State Highway 49 in Medicine Park in Comanche County. It heads north, passing Lake Lawtonka before meeting State Highway 19, which it overlap for four miles (6.4 km). After splitting off, it meets State Highway 9 in Carnegie. It passes through the unincorporated community of Alfalfa, after which it has a two-mile (3.2 km) concurrency with State Highway 152.

After splitting from SH-152 near Eakly, SH-58 heads north to an interchange with Interstate 40, then passes through Hydro. Nine...
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