Arkansas Highway 164

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Highway 164 marker

Highway 164
Route information
Maintained by ArDOT
Existed: 1945 – present
Section 1
Length: 13.34 mi[1] (21.47 km)
West end: US 64 in Coal Hill
East end: AR 103
Section 2
Length: 16.64 mi[1] (26.78 km)
West end: AR 21 in Clarksville
East end: AR 7
Section 3
Length: 1.79 mi[1] (2.88 km)
West end: AR 27 at Scottsville
East end: FR 1001/Broomfield Road
Section 4
Length: 9.83 mi[1] (15.82 km)
West end: AR 7 in Dover
East end: AR 105 at Oak Grove
Location
Counties: Johnson, Pope
Highway system
AR 163 US 165

Highway 164 (AR 164, Ark. 164, and Hwy. 164) is a designation for four segments of state highway in the Arkansas River Valley. One route of 13.3 miles (21.4 km) begins at US Highway 64 (US 64) in Coal Hill and runs east to Highway 103. A second route of 16.6 miles (26.7 km) begins at Highway 21 in Clarksville and runs east to Highway 7. A third route of 1.8 miles (2.9 km) begins at Highway 27 and runs north to the Ozark National Forest. A fourth segment begins at Highway 7 in Dover and runs 9.8 miles (15.8 km) east to Highway 105. In Clarksville, a spur route of 0.2 miles (0.32 km) known as Highway 164 Spur or Scoggins Street serves the Clarksville Municipal Airport. All routes are maintained by the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD).

Route description[edit]

Coal Hill to Highway 103[edit]

The route begins at US 64 near Coal Hill. It runs north across Interstate 40 and AR 352 before turning west. A concurrency begins with AR 103 into Clarksville.[2]

Clarksville to Highway 7[edit]

The route again meets US 64 before exiting town headed east. AR 164 runs east with AR 123 until Hagarville and continues alone east into Pope County. The route eventually meets AR 7, and the routes concur south to Dover.

Highway 27 to Ozark National Forest[edit]

Highway 164 begins at Highway 27 northeast of Dover at Scottsville in central Pope County. The route runs north to a rural intersection with Forest Service Road 1001 and Broomfield Road, a county road, just south of the Ozark National Forest boundary.

Dover to Oak Grove[edit]

South of Dover, AR 164 runs southeast to cross AR 124 and terminate at AR 105.[3]

Major intersections[edit]

Mile markers reset at some concurrencies.

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Johnson Coal Hill 0.00 0.00 US 64 – Ozark, Clarksville Western terminus
Center Point 4.36 7.02 I-40 – Clarksville, Fort Smith
9.78–
9.98
15.74–
16.06
AR 352 – Clarksville, Mountain Grove
13.34 21.47 AR 103 – Clarksville Eastern terminus
Gap in route
Clarksville 0.00 0.00 AR 21 – Clarksville Western terminus
0.10 0.16 AR 164S south AR 164S northern terminus
3.41–
0.00
5.49–
0.00
AR 123 – Lamar, Sand Gap
Pope 13.23 21.29 AR 7 – Dover, Harrison Eastern terminus
Gap in route
Scottsville 0.00 0.00 AR 27 – Dover, Hector Western terminus
1.79 2.88 FR 1001 (Broomfield Road) Eastern terminus
Gap in route
Dover 0.00 0.00 AR 7 – Lamar, Sand Gap Western terminus
7.38 11.88 AR 124 – Russellville, Jerusalem
Oak Grove 9.83 15.82 AR 105 – Atkins, Hector Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Spur route[edit]

Highway 164S
Location: Clarksville
Length: 0.15 mi[1] (0.24 km)
Existed: September 1980–present

Highway 164 Spur (AR 164S, Ark. 164S, and Hwy. 164S) is a 0.15-mile (0.24 km) spur route in Clarksville.[1] It is known as Scoggins Street and serves Clarksville Municipal Airport.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

Route map: Google

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b c d e f g System Information and Research Division (2016). "Arkansas Road Log Database" (MDB). Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Retrieved June 13, 2017. 
  2. ^ Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. AHTD Johnson County map Retrieved on January 6, 2010.
  3. ^ Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. AHTD Pope County map Retrieved on January 6, 2010.