Mustang Evacuation Routes
Primary Evacuation Routes will be utilized during an evacuation with prior warning. You should utilize the evacuation route that is closest to your work or home. Depending on how much early warning you receive there may not be traffic control on the evacuation routes, so you should plan ahead and leave early to avoid heavy traffic.
During an unforeseen emergency incident evacuation the pre-designated driving routes may not be usable. Rather than use designated routes, the location of the incident will determine the evacuation route. All traffic will be directed outward from that point, using as many pre-designated routes as possible. Emergency personnel will divert traffic to the most effective means available. Citizens should always follow the instructions of emergency personnel.
Primary and Secondary Evacuation Routes are listed below so you will be aware of all of the evacuation routes the city will use in an emergency. It is important that citizens understand that at the time of an emergency evacuation the routes you are requested to use will be announced by emergency personnel. Also, secondary evacuation routes should only be used in an evacuation with prior warning, and you are leaving early enough to avoid heavy traffic, or when emergency personnel designate that route as a main evacuation route. Only when a secondary route is designated by emergency personnel as a main evacuation route, and there is little prior warning, will any traffic control personnel be assigned to that route.
Basic Driving Information:
1) Vehicles will use the normal side of the roadway unless directed by safety officials to use both sides of the roadway.
2) Inbound traffic may be restricted.
3) Traffic will not be permitted to drive across Mustang. You must drive by the designated routes or as directed by safety officials.
When an evacuation becomes necessary officials will announce what evacuation routes should be utilized. The primary evacuation routes for the City of Mustang include:
Mustang Primary Evacuation Routes
1) State Hwy 152 East 2) State Hwy 152 West 3) SH 92 North (Clear Springs Road) 4) State Hwy 4 North (Mustang Road) 5) State Hwy 4 South (Old Sara Road)
1) State Highway 152 East Proceed East on SH152 to I-44.
2) State Highway 152 West Proceed to Hwy 81 in Union City. Turn
North (Right) onto Hwy 81 to Proceed
3) State Highway 92 (Clear Springs Rd) Northbound Leads Directly to I-40.
4) State Hwy 4 North (Mustang Road) Northbound Leads Directly to I-40.
5) State Highway 4 South (Old Sara Road) Proceed Southbound to Hwy 37 in Tuttle.
Turn East (Left) to Proceed to Hwy 62. Enter Hwy 62 North (Left Lane) to Proceed to I-44 and I-40 in OKC. Enter Hwy 62 South (Right Lane) towards Chickasha and H.E. Bailey Turnpike.
Secondary Evacuation Routes Include:
1) Czech Hall Road North 2) Mustang Road South 3) Sara Road North 4) Morgan Road North
Secondary Routes may be required when the primary routes are unavailable.
1) Czech Hall Road North Northbound Leads Directly to I-40.
2) Mustang Road South Proceed South to SH 4 (Old Sara Road). Turn South (Right)
onto Hwy 4 and Proceed to Hwy 37. Turn East (Left) to Proceed to Hwy 62. Enter Hwy 62 North (Left Lane) to Proceed to I-44 and I-40 in OKC. Enter Hwy 62 South (Right Lane) towards Chickasha and H.E. Bailey Turnpike.
3) Sara Road North Proceed to SW 15th and Turn West (Left) Onto SW 15th. Go to Mustang
Road and Turn North (Right) and Proceed to I-40. You Can Also Enter the
Turnpike Off of SW 15th to Travel North Towards Oklahoma City.
Proceed to SW 15th and Turn East (Right) Onto SW 15th. Go to Morgan Road and Turn North (Left) and Proceed to I-40.
4) Morgan Road North Northbound Leads Directly to I-40.