Cashless Tolling System
Cashless tolling technology allows motorists to continue through toll plazas without stopping and instead customers may pay tolls online at their convenience.
What is PlatePay?
PlatePay is the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority's Cashless Tolling System.
Cashless tolling technology allows motorists to continue through toll plazas without stopping to pay a toll and instead customers may pay tolls online at their convenience.
Cameras at these toll plazas take a photo of the vehicle’s license plate as the vehicle passes through and then:
If the driver has a PIKEPASS, the account is charged as usual.
If the driver does not have a PIKEPASS, OTA will mail an invoice to the registered owner of the vehicle. The PlatePay rate is higher than the PIKEPASS rate. To avoid the higher rate, we encourage customers to open a PIKEPASS account.
No Exact Change Needed
Faster. Safer. Easier.
Where is PlatePay?
The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority began implementing cashless tolling, known as PlatePay, in 2021 after testing the video tolling system at the Peoria/Elm interchange exit on the Creek Turnpike in Jenks, Oklahoma.
John Kilpatrick Turnpike converted to PlatePay.
The Kickapoo Turnpike converted to PlatePay.
The H.E. Bailey Turnpike and H.E. Bailey Spur between Oklahoma City and Lawton converted to PlatePay.
The H.E. Bailey ramps between Oklahoma City and Lawton and the H.E. Bailey toll plaza at Walters between Lawton and the Texas state line converted to PlatePay.
The Chickasaw Turnpike and the Cimarron Turnpike converted to Platepay.
The Gilcrease Turnpike converted to PlatePay.
The Cimarron Turnpike converted to PlatePay.
The Creek Turnpike and the Cherokee Turnpike converted to PlatePay.
The Muskogee Turnpike converted to PlatePay.
The next turnpikes to convert to PlatePay (order subject to change) are the I-44/Will Rogers, I-44/Turner and SH-375/Indian Nation turnpikes.
Miles of Turnpikes