OKLAHOMA CITY - The Oklahoma Turnpike Authority passed a resolution on Tuesday to allow OTA and the Kansas Turnpike Authority to become ‘interoperable' on the two agencies toll roads.

That means customers of the Oklahoma Turnpike Authority will be able to use their Pikepass on toll roads in Kansas. Meanwhile, Kansas Turnpike Authority customers will be able to use their K-Tag's on all 10 turnpikes in Oklahoma after passing a similar resolution on Monday.

It's anticipated, customers will be able to start using their Pikepass in Kansas by the end of 2014.