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U.S. 377

Highway Review:
U.S. 377 spends 140 miles in Oklahoma. Of those miles, all of them are duplexed with OK 99.

U.S. 377 comes into the state near the community of Willis. Nine miles later, U.S. 377 and OK 99 intersect OK 32. The highway then goes through two county seats in a 13-mile span, Madill (Marshall County) and Tishomingo (Johnston County). After leaving Tishomingo, the two highways go through three communities (Connerville, Ponotoc, and Fittstown), but do not go through another town until Ada, a distance of almost 40 miles. U.S. 377 and OK 99 go along the eastern side of Ada. OK 3E then becomes multiplexed with the highways for 30 miles from Ada to Seminole. After heading through the heart of Seminole, U.S. 377 and OK 99 continue to Prague and Stroud. U.S. 377 ends at Interstate 44 in Stroud, but all signage for U.S. 377 stops at the OK 66 intersection 1/2 mile south of the interstate.

Highway Information:
Distance: 140.1 miles
Counties traveled through: Marshall, Johnston, Ponotoc, Seminole, Pottawatomie, Lincoln
Highway intersections: OK 32 (Mile 9.3), OK 99C (Mile 14.3), U.S. 70 (Mile 16.1), U.S. 70 (Mile 16.6), OK 22 (Mile 29.3), OK 22 (Mile 30.4), OK 7 (Mile 39.0), OK 7 (Mile 39.9), OK 99A (Mile 57.6), OK 3 (Mile 65.7), OK 3 (Mile 68.3), OK 1 (Mile 71.0), OK 1/OK 3E (Mile 72.0), OK 39/56 (Mile 82.8), OK 59 (Mile 97.3), OK 59 (Mile 100.0), U.S. 270/OK 3E (Mile 102.5), OK 9 (Mile 104.1), OK 99A (Mile 111.1), Interstate 40 (Mile 113.5), U.S. 62 (Mile 121.0), OK 66 (Mile 139.7), Interstate 44/U.S. 377 (Mile 140.1)
Highway duplexes: OK 99 (Miles 0.0-140.1, 140.1 miles), U.S. 70 (Miles 16.1-16.6, 0.5 mile), OK 22 (Miles 29.3-30.4, 1.1 miles), OK 7 (Miles 39.0-39.9, 0.9 mile), OK 3 (Miles 65.7-68.3, 2.6 miles), OK 1 (Miles 71.0-72.0, 1.0 mile), OK 3E (Miles 72.0-102.5, 30.5 miles), OK 59 (Miles 97.3-100.0, 2.7 miles)

PICTURES

"Welcome to Oklahoma" sign on U.S. 377/OK 99
North. (Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 South as the highways cross the
Red River and Lake Texoma. There is no "END" sign
for OK 99 at this terminus. (Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North assurance shields just north
of the state line. OK 32 is nine miles ahead. (Photo
taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at OK 32. (Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 South at OK 99C South. (Photo taken
5/28/04)
U.S. 377 is signed as an east-west route in the Madill
area, including this shield assembly on U.S. 377/OK 99
South just south of U.S. 70.
(Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at U.S. 70 in Madill. (Photo taken
5/28/04)
U.S. 70 West/U.S. 377/OK 99 North at U.S. 377/OK 99
North/OK 199 East.
(Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North/OK 22 East assurance shields
near Tishomingo.
(Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North/OK 22 East at U.S. 377/OK 99
North. OK 78 South begins at this stoplight and duplexes
with OK 22 for three miles.
(Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 South at OK 99A East. (Photo taken
5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at OK 3 East. (Photo taken
5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at U.S. 377/OK 99 North/OK 3
West.
(Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North/OK 3 West at Stonecipher Blvd.
(Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North/OK 3 West at U.S. 377/OK 99
North - Ada/McAlester. (Photo taken 5/28/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at OK 39 West/OK 56 North.
(Photo taken 5/31/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at OK 9 in Seminole. (Photo
taken 6/23/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at OK 99A. (Photo taken
11/26/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at Interstate 40 East. (Photo
taken 11/26/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at Interstate 40 West - Oklahoma
City. The state capital is 50 miles west of this
interchange.
(Photo taken 11/26/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at U.S. 62 in Prague. (Photo
taken 11/26/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at OK 66 in Stroud. This is the
final shield present for U.S. 377, and it is signed as
OK 377.
(Photo taken 11/26/04)
U.S. 377/OK 99 North at Interstate 44. This marks the
northern end of U.S. 377. There is no "END" sign at
this terminus.
(Photo taken 11/26/04)
View at the split of the ramp connecting U.S. 377/OK 99
to Interstate 44. The mainline toll plaza for the Turner
Turnpike is three miles east of this trumpet interchange.
(Photo taken 11/26/04)