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Central Location
Distance to Major Cities
Oklahoma is centrally located in the U.S.
City Miles from Stroud
Atlanta 811
Chicago 724
Dallas 261
Denver 654
Detroit 952
Houston 501
Kansas City 292
Los Angeles 1,391
Memphis 462
New Orleans 652
New York 1,394
Oklahoma City 55
Saint Louis 439
San Francisco 1,698
Seattle 1,940
Tulsa 48

Air Transportation
View the air transportation located near the City of Stroud.

Tulsa International Airport
Tulsa International Airport is located 54 miles east of Stroud. It features a full service field with three runways with the longest having a total runway length of 10,000 feet. The airport has at least 10 major commercial airlines and 20 airfreight companies in operation.

Will Rogers World Airport
Will Rogers World Airport is located 68 miles west of Stroud in Oklahoma City. It features a full service field with four runways with the longest having a total runway length of 9,500 feet. The airport has at least seven major commercial airlines and 17 air freight companies in operation.

Stroud Municipal Airport
Stroud Municipal Airport is located 2 miles north of I-44 on US 377. The runway is 3,000 feet in length and can serve private aircraft.

Cushing Flight Service
Crushing Flight Service is located 20 miles northwest of Stroud and has a 5200 foot runway. Air freight and corporate services are available.

Express & Motor Freight
More than 10 motor freight companies serve Stroud on an as-needed basis. United Parcel Service, Federal Express, and RPS is available.

Rail Availability
There is rail service from the Stillwater Central Railroad (Watco Companies, Inc.), with one local train daily.

Road System
Stroud is located on I-44 (Turner Turnpike), at the intersection of U.S. 377(SH 99) and U.S. 66.

Water Transportation
Located just 67 miles east of Stroud, the Port of Catoosa is one of the largest, most inland river-ports in the United States. The channel depth is 9 feet and offers year round, ice-free barge service with river flow levels controlled by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.