Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City is near the geographic center of the United States and is an integral point in the U.S. Interstate Network. The city is served by numerous roads and highways, toll roads, three major airports, a train station, a bus station, and a transit system.

It’s known for its cowboy culture and capital complex, surrounded by working oil wells. 

The city’s network serves every major city in the region and has 6–8 lanes. The former section of I-40 directly adjacent to downtown was known as the “Crosstown Expressway”. The I-40 Crosstown Construction Project relocated the original elevated stretch of highway several blocks to the south. It opened to the public in 2012.

Interstate 35 Major cities connected: (N) Wichita, Kansas City, Minneapolis. (S) Dallas-Fort Worth, Austin, San Antonio.

Interstate 40 Major cities connected: (W) Amarillo, Albuquerque, Los Angeles/Riverside area (terminus). (E) Little Rock, Memphis, Nashville.

Interstate 44 Major cities connected: (E) Tulsa, Saint Louis (terminus). (W) Lawton, Wichita Falls, Texas (terminus)

Interstate 235 Downtown Oklahoma City I-35/I-40 junction to the I-44/Broadway Extension junction in North Oklahoma City

Interstate 240 SW Oklahoma City I-44 to I-40 in East Oklahoma County.

Will Rogers World Airport. JPATS has its hub facility at the airport and numerous cargo carriers and air shuttles operate at the airport. Wiley Post Airport. Sundance Airpark is a privately owned public use airport located in Canadian County.

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