• One of Owasso's key industrial attributes is accessibility.  Air, water and super-highway transportation are well within easy distance,
    making the city a transportation hub of northeastern Oklahoma.

  • Transportation


    Promoting and lobbying for transportation improvements in our area is an important mission of the Chamber. In 2002, the Owasso Chamber led the way for the nearly $900,000 improvement to Hwy 20 between U.S. 169 and the Verdigris River. We saw the widening of 76th St. North from Owasso to Hwy 75 take place as part of the 4-To Fix the County propositions passed in Nov of 2000. In 2010 US 169 was expanded to 6-lanes from I-244 to 56th St. N. In 2016, Bird Creek Bridge was replaced and widened to 6-lanes. The next step is to widen US 169 north to SH 20.  This is something the Chamber continues to advocate for.




    US 169
    US 75
    SH 20


    Tulsa International Airport
    (8 miles south)
    Gundy’s Airport
    (3 miles east)


    Port of Catoosa
    (7 miles east)
    Connects to the Mississippi River & the Gulf of Mexico


    SK&O Railroad
    Multi-Modal Terminal