1926 Arkansas state highway numbering
1926 era Highway markers for AR 12 and AR 112
A map of highways in the state of Arkansas, 1926
|US Routes:||National Road nn|
|State:||State Road nn|
In 1926, Arkansas renumbered its highways into a more traditional format. The system to be replaced was established in 1924 as Arkansas' first comprehensive highway plan. Roads were designated as "primary federal aid roads", "secondary federal aid roads", or "connecting state roads". The Arkansas State Highway Commission implemented the system of United States Numbered Highways also around 1926, and thus Arkansas decided to number its highways instead of using the "letter-nn" format. This resulted in the first true numbering of state highways in Arkansas.
|A1-A9||Primary federal aid roads|
|B1-B43||Secondary federal aid roads|
|C1-C46||Connecting state roads|
|This article is part of the
highway renumbering series.
|New Jersey||1927; 1953|
|Virginia||1928; 1933; 1940|
- Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, Historic Arkansas Tourist Maps, especially the 1926 maps
- McLaren, Christie. "Arkansas Highway History and Architecture, 1910-1965." Article. Page 10. Retrieved August 20, 2010.