Arkansas Highway 159

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Highway 159 marker

Highway 159
Route information
Maintained by AHTD
Highway system
Hwy. 158 Hwy. 160

Highway 159 (AR 159, Ark. 159, and Hwy. 159) is a designation for eight state highways in Chicot and Desha Counties.[1]

Route description[edit]

Louisiana to Eudora[edit]

Highway 159
Location: LA 17Eudora
Length: 7.81 mi[1] (12.57 km)

Between Chanticleer and Eudora, Arkansas, Highway 159 follows the original 1926 alignment of U.S. 65.

Jennie to Lake Village[edit]

Highway 159
Location: JennieLake Village
Length: 5.48 mi[1] (8.82 km)
Highway 159 begins at Highway 144 and runs south along Lake Chicot in Lake Village


Halley to Trippe Junction[edit]

Highway 159
Location: HalleyTrippe Junction
Length: 4.92 mi[1] (7.92 km)


US 65 to McGehee[edit]

Highway 159
Location: US 65McGehee
Length: 4.60 mi[1] (7.40 km)


From US 278 north, McGehee[edit]

Highway 159
Location: US 65McGehee
Length: 1.53 mi[1] (2.46 km)


Downtown McGehee[edit]

Highway 159
Location: Downtown McGehee
Length: 0.80 mi[1] (1.29 km)


AR 138 to Omega[edit]

Highway 159
Location: AR 138Omega
Length: 4.41 mi[1] (7.10 km)


Dumas to Mitchellville[edit]

Highway 159
Location: DumasMitchellville
Length: 1.74 mi[1] (2.80 km)


See also[edit]

References[edit]

Route map: Google / Bing

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "[Arkansas] State Highways 2009 (Database)." April 2010. AHTD: Planning and Research Division. Database. Retrieved May 25, 2011.