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Oklahoma has ten turnpikes, the most of any state in the nation. Only Florida comes even close to matching the Sooner State in that category, but a lot of its turnpikes are in the urban areas of Miami and Orlando.Where does the word turnpike come from?
Turnpike (the 17th century vintage word comes from the revolving spike-laden barrier used to encourage the payment of a toll) is, on the other hand, more often used in actual names than generically. ( Turnpike originally referred to the place where a driver paid a toll, not the road marked by such disturbances.)Does Florida Turnpike accept cash?
Customers can pay for tolls with cash (U.S. currency) on some of Florida's Turnpike facilities. Please refer to the "Cash" toll rates posted on signs before entering the toll plazas to determine your toll rate.What is a turnpike mean?
turn·pike | \ˈtərn-ˌpīk \. 1a(1) : a road (such as an expressway) for the use of which tolls are collected. (2) : a road formerly maintained as a turnpike. b : a main road especially : a paved highway with a rounded surface.