WICHITA, Kan. — Do you have a K-TAG for the Kansas Turnpike and a PikePass for trips to Oklahoma? Pretty soon, you'll only need one.
Today the Kansas Turnpike Authority announced that they've entered into an agreement with the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority, allowing K-TAG to be used on the Oklahoma turnpike system and PikePass to be used on Kansas turnpikes.
“Our customers have been asking for this convenience,” Secretary King said. “I am so proud we’ve been able to work out all the details to make this enhanced customer service a reality in 2014,” said Kansas Transportation Secretary and Director of KTA Mike King.
The ability to use K-TAG or PikePass in either state is expected to be in effect by the end of the year.