Arkansas Highway 100

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Highway 100 marker

Highway 100
Route information
Maintained by AHTD
Highway system
Hwy. 99 Hwy. 101

Arkansas Highway 100 is the former designation of U.S. Route 71 between Bentonville and the Arkansas-Missouri state line north of Bella Vista. Running approximately 11 miles (18 km), its southern terminus was in Bentonville at the intersection of Central Ave and SW A Street. Its northern terminus was at the Arkansas-Missouri State Line where it continued as Route 88. By the mid-1960s, Highway 100 had been replaced by a new alignment of U.S. 71.

A new Highway 100 currently consists of two sections. The eastern portion, located in North Little Rock, runs approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) between U.S. Route 70 and Highway 365. The western portion, begins at Highway 365 near Morgan and runs approximately 9 miles (14 km), ending at Interstate 40 near Crystal Hill. The City of Maumelle is the only other community on this route.