Indian Nation Turnpike
Indian Nation Turnpike is a toll road facility located in Oklahoma. It is owned and maintained by the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority. The toll road was fully completed in 1970. It is 105 miles long, which makes it the longest turnpike in Oklahoma. The Indian Nation Turnpike connects US 70 in Hugo to McAlester and Henryetta. Only the Pikepass transponder tag is supported on the Indian Nation Turnpike.
The Indian Nation Turnpike – overview
The official name of the Indian Nation Turnpike is State Highway 375, also called the SH-375. It’s situated in southeastern Oklahoma. It spans between Hugo and Henryetta. The toll road was constructed with parkway-like design standards in mind. It omits a center barrier and left-handed shoulders. Instead, a mounded grassy median is flush with the edge of the left lane in each direction. There is one service plaza along the Indian Nation Turnpike. It’s situated near McAlester, just north of the US-69 exit.
The speed limit of the toll road is 80 mph (130 km/h) from Interstate 40 south to north of US-270/OK-1, and from there to the southern terminus – 75 mph (120 km/h). The route is now one continuous 4-lane limited-access highway. There are two separately constructed segments. The north one is 41.1 miles (66.1 km) long and was opened in 1966, the south one is 64.1 miles (103.2 km) long, and it was opened four years later.
The Indian Nation Turnpike tolls
The Indian Nation Turnpike has three mainline toll plazas:
North of the OK-9/Eufaula exit – this plaza has 2 high-speed Pikepass lanes, one in each direction.
South of the US-69 exit near McAlester.
Within the Antlers exit.
If you are driving a 2-axle vehicle, you will pay $7.75. If you are a Pikepass or another compatible pass user, $6.20 to drive the full length of the Indian Nation Turnpike. In the table below, you will find toll rates that apply for the following vehicle classes:
Pikepass toll rate
Cash toll rate
Class 2: 2-axle vehicles including motorcycles
Class 3: 3-axle vehicles
Class 4: 4-axle vehicles
Class 5: 5-axle vehicles
Class 6: 6-axle vehicles
To calculate the cost of a specific trip, you may need some help – the best option is to use the online toll rate calculator. It will enable you to calculate how much to pay based on the toll facility, the distance traveled, and the type of vehicle you’re driving.
How to pay the Indian Nation Turnpike tolls?
The Indian Nation Turnpike is one of the toll facilities that still accept cash as a payment method. However, the most recommended option is to pay via the transponder tag (Pikepass, TxTag, K-TAG, TollTag, EZ-TAG, Sunpass Pro) – you don’t have to stop at toll booths and tolls are collected automatically. Unfortunately, this toll road doesn’t support online payments via mobile applications like Uproad. Also, it is impossible to pay with just a license plate toll on the Indian Nation Turnpike. To make sure your toll rate is well-calculated, use the online toll calculator.
Here on Uproad.com, you'll find the latest Indian Nation Turnpike toll information. From Indian Nation Turnpike toll prices to payment options, Uproad lets you know the rules of the road.
And, if you drive a lot and are looking for a new toll payment account without a transponder or toll tag, you've come to the right place! With an Uproad app account, you'll pay tolls as you go with your mobile phone.