Oklahoma Turnpike Operation, State Question 360 (January 1954)
The Oklahoma Turnpike Operation Referendum, also known as State Question 360, was on the January 26, 1954 ballot in Oklahoma as a veto referendum, where it was approved. The measure approved House Bill 933, which related to the construction, operation and maintenance of Oklahoma portions of toll turnpikes from Tulsa to Joplin, Missouri; Oklahoma City to Wichita, Kansas; and Oklahoma City to Wichita Falls, Texas. The measure also provided for the creation, legal succession, powers and duties of the Oklahoma Turnpike authority, provided for turnpike finances, concessions, routes and revenues.
|Oklahoma State Question 360 (January 1954)|
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