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OK 69A (South)

Highway History:
This was the only OK 69A until late 2002, when another OK 69A was commissioned in the northeast corner of the state. Starting at the OK 10/Interstate 44 intersection, the highway goes north to U.S. 69, heads east with U.S. 69 for a short time, and then follows the old Alternate U.S. 69 to Kansas. The highway is still signed as Alternate U.S. 69 in the Sunflower State.

Highway Review:
OK 69A is the main east-west route from U.S. 69 to the Mid-America Industrial Park north of Chouteau. It is 5 lanes (2 EB, 2 WB, 1 center turn lane) for most of its length with a 55 mph speed limit. The highway ends when the road enters Sportsman Acres.

Highway Information:
Distance: 7.1 miles
Counties traveled through: Mayes
Highway intersections: U.S. 69 (Mile 0.0), OK 412B (Mile 6.1)
Highway duplexes: None

U.S. 69, north of Chouteau

OK 69A West at U.S. 69. There is no end sign at this terminus.
(Photo taken 2/14/03)
Instead of shields being used here, a BGS is used on U.S. 69
at OK 69A East. U.S. 69 will enter Chouteau in five miles.
(Photo taken 2/14/03)
OK 69A East assurance shield just east of U.S. 69. The highway
will intersect OK 412B in six miles. (Photo taken 2/14/03)


OK 69A East at OK 412B South. OK 412B is the main
north-south route into the Mid-America Industrial Park. (Photo
taken 2/14/03)
OK 69A West at OK 412B South. The highway widens to four
lanes after this intersection. (Photo taken 2/14/03)

Sportsman Acres

Instead of an "END OK 69A" sign, a "State Maintenance Ends"
sign is used as OK 69A East comes to an end. The difference
is noticeable immediately as the surface of the road becomes
rougher and the speed limit falls to 45. (Photo taken 2/14/03)
OK 69A West assurance shield and "State Maintenance
Begins" signage as the road becomes OK 69A. The highway
will intersect OK 412B in one mile and U.S. 69 in seven miles.
(Photo taken 2/14/03)