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Oklahoma State Highway 23.svg
State Highway 23
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 36.2 mi (58 km)
South end: Texas 23.svg SH 23 at the Texas state line
North end: K-23.svg K-23 at the Kansas state line
Oklahoma State Highways
< SH-22 SH-24 >

State Highway 23 (SH-23 or OK-23) is a state highway in Oklahoma. It runs 36.2 miles[1] south-to-north through the center of Beaver County, in the Panhandle, running from the Texas state line to the Kansas state line.

There are no letter-suffixed spur highways branching from SH-23.

Route description

SH-23 begins at the Texas state line five miles (8 km) north of Booker, Texas. It travels eight miles (13 km) due north to the intersection with US-270/US-412/SH-3, at the crossroads settlement of Elmwood.

Proceeding 14 miles (23 km) north, SH-23 reaches Beaver, the seat of Beaver County. Just north of Beaver, the highway crosses the Beaver River, and in six miles (10 km) doglegs east at US-64 just east of Forgan, before turning north again, where it ends seven miles (11 km) later at the Kansas state line.

SH-23 overlaps US-270 for 20 miles (32 km) between US-412 and US-64, and with US for one mile (1.6 km), east of Forgan.

References

  1. ^ Stuve, Eric. "OK-23". OKHighways. http://www.okhighways.com/ok23.html. Retrieved 2006-09-19.  

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