Oklahoma State Highway 74

Oklahoma State Highway 74

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Oklahoma State Highway 74

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State Highway 74, usually abbreviated as SH-74 or OK-74 (or simply Highway 74) is the numbering of two different highways maintained by the U.S. state of Oklahoma. These highways were once a single major north–south route, connecting Oklahoma City to more rural parts of the state. The original road stretched from SH-7 near Tatums, Oklahoma to SH-11 west of Deer Creek.

Due to encroaching Interstate highways—especially Interstate 35—the middle section of the route through Norman, Moore, and Oklahoma City was decommissioned in 1979 for reasons of redundancy. However, some maps show SH-74 as concurrent with I-35, I-240, and I-44, thus linking the two sections.

The north section of the route is 91.5 miles (84.65 km) long. This leads to a total length of 144.1 miles (231.9 km).

Route descriptions

Southern section

From the southern terminus at SH-7, the southern section of SH-74 goes due north to Elmore City, where it intersects with SH-29. After a couple of turns in the Elmore City area, the highway continues due north to Maysville and SH-19. Still continuing northward, the highway meets the southern terminus of State Highway 24, and continues into Purcell.

In Purcell, SH-74 overlaps US-77 and SH-39. It finally splits off and begins heading west. From here, the...
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