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Oklahoma State Highway 199.svg
State Highway 199
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 44.1 mi (71 km)
West end: I-35 (OK).svgUS 70.svg Interstate 35/US-70 in Ardmore, Oklahoma
East end: Oklahoma State Highway 78.svg SH-78 near Brown
Oklahoma State Highways
< US-183 SH-209 >

State Highway 199, also known as SH-199 or OK-199, is a 44-mile (71-kilometer) highway in southern Oklahoma. The part of the highway west of Madill is the historic routing of US-70. It provides access to the Fort Washita Historic Site.

Route description

SH-199 in Ardmore

The highway's western beginning is at I-35 (milemarker 31) in Ardmore. From here, it goes eastward out of town. At Dickson it becomes concurrent with US-177. They stay joined until Madill.

At Madill, the highway splits off US-177 and heads east on its own. It crosses over Lake Texoma and passes Fort Washita before ending near Brown, Oklahoma at SH-78.

SH-199's route from Interstate 35 on the west side of Ardmore to Madill was the former route of US-70 until 1984, when US-70 was relocated between the two cities over its present route.

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