Arkansas Highway 190

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Highway 190 marker

Highway 190
Route information
Maintained by AHTD
Section 1
Length: 4.48 mi[1] (7.21 km)
South end: Hwy. 291 – Tull
North end: Hwy. 35
Section 2
Length: 6.30 mi[1] (10.14 km)
West end: US 270 – Prattsville
East end: Hwy. 46
Section 3
Length: 6.70 mi[1] (10.78 km)
West end: Hwy. 35
East end: Jefferson County line
Section 4
Length: 9.10 mi[1] (14.65 km)
West end: Franklin St., Pine Bluff
East end: I‑530 / US 63 / US 65 / US 79 / US 425 near Pine Bluff
Highway system
Hwy. 189 Hwy. 191

Arkansas Highway 190 (AR 190, Hwy. 190) is a designation for four state highways in south central Arkansas. The northernmost segment of 4.48 miles (7.21 km) runs from AR 291 in Tull to AR 35.[1] A segment in western Grant County of 6.30 miles (10.14 km) runs east from U.S. Route 270 in Prattsville to Arkansas Highway 46.[2] In eastern Grant County, AR 190 begins at AR 35 and runs east to Jefferson County as the Princeton Pike. A fourth segment runs 9.10 miles (14.65 km), serving as a major east-west street across downtown Pine Bluff.[3]

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  1. ^ a b c d e "[Arkansas] State Highways 2009 (Database)." April 2010. AHTD: Planning and Research Division. Database. Retrieved April 3, 2011.
  2. ^ Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Route and Section Map - Grant County, Arkansas (Map). http://www.arkansashighways.com/Maps/Counties/County%20RAS/RAS%20Maps%20PDF/mgran_ras.pdf. Retrieved April 3, 2011.
  3. ^ Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Route and Section Map - Jefferson County, Arkansas (Map). http://www.arkansashighways.com/Maps/Counties/County%20RAS/RAS%20Maps%20PDF/mjeff_ras.pdf. Retrieved April 3, 2011.