OK 75A Page
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The only highway in Oklahoma that is signed three different ways,
OK 75A/U.S. 75A/Alternate U.S. 75 runs along a former routing of
U.S. 75. It starts out by heading west with OK 16 for almost four
miles before heading north in the town of Beggs. Fourteen miles
later, OK 75A intersects OK 67 at its western terminus in Kiefer.
The highway enters Sapulpa six miles later, and intersects OK
117. Less than a mile later, OK 75A ends at Sapulpa's
"Terminus Junction," where OK 33 has its eastern
terminus and OK 97 has its southern end.
Distance: 23.5 miles
Counties traveled through: Okmulgee, Creek
Highway intersections: U.S. 75/OK 16 (Mile 0.0), OK 16 (Mile
3.6), OK 67 (Mile 18.0), OK 117 (Mile 22.8), OK 33/66/97 (Mile
Highway duplexes: OK 16 (Miles 0.0-3.6, 3.6 miles)
U.S. 75/OK 16,
north of Okmulgee
||OK 75A South at U.S. 75 North.
There is no end sign at this terminus.
The highway is actually signed as Alternate U.S. 75 at
(Photo taken 1/7/03)
||OK 16 East/OK 75A South at U.S. 75
South. (Photo taken 1/7/03)
||Alternate U.S. 75/OK 16 West
shields just west of U.S. 75. This
duplex ends less than four miles later in Beggs. (Photo
||U.S. 75 South at Alternate U.S.
75/OK 16 exit. (Photo taken 1/7/03)
U.S. 75 North at Alternate U.S.
75/OK 16 - Beggs/Muskogee exit.
(Photo taken 10/31/03)
North assurance shield/END U.S. 75A
sign just north of
Junction in Sapulpa. OK 97 connects Sapulpa to Sand
Zink Ranch, a distance of 20 miles. (Photo taken
||South U.S. 75A/END OK 97 shields
just south of Terminus Junction.
Most other signs in Sapulpa indicate that this is OK 75A,
so I'll say
that the U.S. 75A is in error. (Photo taken 1/7/03)
||OK 33/OK 66 East at OK 97 North/U.S.
75A South in Sapulpa. This
the eastern terminus of OK 33 as well. (Photo taken
||OK 66 West at OK 97 North/U.S. 75A
South in Sapulpa. (Photo
||OK 97 South at U.S. 75A South/OK
33 West/OK 66 in Sapulpa.
No indication that U.S./OK 75A begins here. (Photo
||U.S./OK 75A North at OK 33 West/OK
66 in Sapulpa. No indication
that OK 97 begins here, at least, not until motorists
pass the stoplight.
(Photo taken 1/7/03)