The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority announced Tuesday that its Pikepass stickers will soon be accepted on Kansas toll roads.
Both agencies passed resolutions this week for "interoperability."
Kansas drivers will be able to use their K-Tags on all 10 turnpikes in Oklahoma.
"This is a tremendous asset for motorists who travel between the two states and routinely take toll roads, both here in Oklahoma and in Kansas," Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin said.
The partnership should be up and working by the end of 2014, according to a news release.