Trucking information in Broken Arrow, OK

The Rode Law Firm has over 20 years of experience helping clients suffering from neck, back or disc injuries resulting from tractor trailer accidents.

With the third largest concentration of manufacturers in Oklahoma, Broken Arrow sees a large amount of semi-truck traffic. If you or a loved one has been the victim of a truck accident, call our Broken Arrow Truck Injury Attorneys at 918-599-8880 for a free consultation. It costs nothing to find out about your rights.

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Profile

Broken Arrow is Tulsa’s largest suburb, the fourth largest city in the state. Once an agricultural town, Broken Arrow has a solid industrial and commercial base with FlightSafety International, a builder of aviation crew training devices, being the largest employer.

While Tulsa Transit provides public transportation for Broken Arrow, OK, there is only one route in operation, so Broken Arrow’s highways are the primary mode of transportation. The major roadways in Broken Arrow include:

  • U.S. Highway 64/U.S. Highway 51: US 64/51, also known as the Broken Arrow Expressway, is a commuter highway joining Tulsa to Broken Arrow, and then going southeast turning into the Muskogee Turnpike (which serves Coweta, Wagoner, Tahlequah, Muskogee and Fort Gibson) and connecting to I-40.
  • US Highway 169: US 169, also known as the Mingo Valley Expressway, serves Tulsa to the north to Owasso, Collinsville, Oologah, Talala, Nowata, connecting to Highway 10 and into Kansas and to the south it turns west into the Creek Nation Turnpike, crossing U.S. 75 and serving Bixby, Jenks, Glenpool, Sapulpa and connecting to I-44 west bound. Turning to the east, US 169 turns into the Creek Nation Turnpike and circles around the south of Broken Arrow and back to the north, connecting with I-44.

The majority of truck traffic in Broken Arrow utilizes State Highway 51, a major state highway in Oklahoma. State Highway 51 runs east–west across the state, running from the Texas state line to Arkansas.

Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, Accident Statistics

In Tulsa County, where Broken Arrow, OK, is located, there were 12,569 crashes in 2010; 54 fatalities occurred. Seven crashes occurred on rural US highways in Tulsa County; 1,018 on interstate highways; 0 on interstate turnpikes; 50 on rural state highways; 23 on county roads; 8,931 on city streets; 1,383 on urban US highways; 738 on urban state highways; and 102 crashes occurred on non-interstate turnpikes.

Tulsa County saw 594 large truck crashes in 2010, resulting in 5 fatalities. The majority of Tulsa County’s large truck crashes occurred on city streets.

Trucking Companies in Broken Arrow

The larger trucking companies operating in and around Broken Arrow include:

  • Accent Moving and Storage
  • Armstrong Transfer & Storage Co.
  • Call Service, Inc.
  • Choice Transport, Inc.
  • DW Transport
  • Jim D. Hunter Trucking
  • Lone Oak Trucking
  • Mailrun Courier Service
  • Marie T. Fulps
  • Power Express, Inc.
  • Arrow Concrete Co.

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Broken Arrow Truck Accident Attorneys

Protecting the rights of truck accident victims is what we do at The Rode Law Firm. Call the Broken Arrow truck injuries lawyers at 918-599-8880 for a free consultation. There is no fee for our services until you collect for your injury.