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Effective "July 1, 2004", the electronic and printed versions of the Rural Functional Class Map Book shall supercede all previous editions.  

This map book depicts the approved revisions to the 1993 National Functional Classification System of rural areas.  Both the national system and the revisions to it have been approved by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

Functional classification has been an important factor in Federal-aid highway programs for many decades.  A roadway functional classification system has been helpful to a variety of government agencies in areas of planning, organizing, jurisdictional responsibility and cost allocation.

Functional classification is the process by which streets and highways are grouped into classes according to the character of service they are intended to provide.  Cities, towns, businesses, farms, homes, schools, recreation areas and other places generate or attract trips.  These trips involves movement of vehicles through a network of roads.  It becomes necessary to determine how travel movement can be channelized within a limited road network in a logical and efficient manner.  Functional classification defines the nature of this channelization process by defining the role that any particular road or street should play in serving the flow of trips through a road network.  The heavy travel movements are directly served by major channels, and the lesser trips are channeled into somewhat indirect paths.

The Functional Classification System is divided into rural and urban areas.  The characteristics of these two areas are different in the types of land use, street and highway networks and the nature of travel patterns.  The classification data for rural area roadways is known as The County Collector System.  For a more detail description of the urban functional classification system, see the State's Urban Area Functional Classification map book.

Rural roads consist of those facilities that are outside of small urban and urbanized areas.  They are classified into the following four major systems:

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Rural Functional Class Maps

* Revisions 2004 thru 2008

* Adair 01

Alfalfa 02

Atoka 03

Beaver 04

Beckham 05

Blaine 06

* Bryan 07

Caddo 08

* Canadian 09

Carter 10

Cherokee 11

* Choctaw 12

Cimarron 13

Cleveland 14

Coal 15

* Comanche 16

Cotton 17

Craig 18

Creek 19

Custer 20

* Delaware 21

Dewey 22

Ellis 23

Garfield 24

Garvin 25

* Grady 26

Grant 27

Greer 28

Harmon 29

* Harper 30

Haskell 31

* Hughes 32

Jackson 33

Jefferson 34

Johnston 35

* Kay 36

Kingfisher 37

* Kiowa 38

Latimer 39

LeFlore 40

Lincoln 41

* Logan 42

Love 43

McClain 44

McCurtain 45

McIntosh 46

Major 47

Marshall 48

Mayes 49

Murray 50

Muskogee 51

Noble 52

Nowata 53

Okfuskee 54

Oklahoma 55

* Okmulgee 56

Osage 57

* Ottawa 58

Pawnee 59

* Payne 60

Pittsburg 61

* Pontotoc 62

Pottawatomie 63

* Pushmataha 64

Roger Mills 65

Rogers 66

Seminole 67

Sequoyah 68

Stephens 69

* Texas 70

Tillman 71

Tulsa 72

Wagoner 73

Washington 74

Washita 75

Woods 76

Woodward 77

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