Highway 4 ( AR 4, Ark. 4, and Hwy. 4) is a designation for two state highways in Arkansas. The western segment of 2.99 miles (4.81 km) runs from SH-4 at the Oklahoma state line and terminates in Cove. An eastern segment of 22.49 miles (36.19 km) begins at  U.S. Route 278 (US 278) in McGehee and heads east to Arkansas City then north to Highway 1 before terminating. The two routes were formerly connected until a portion of approximately 230 miles (370 km) was redesignated US 278 in 1998.  The eastern segment is part of the  Great River Road.
Route description [ edit ]
Oklahoma to Cove [ edit ]
The route enters Arkansas as
Oklahoma State Highway 4 and runs east to Cove. The route then meets US 59/ US 71 and ends. AR 4 formerly continued along US 59/US 71 south to  Wickes, then across the state along present US 278.
McGehee to Rowher [ edit ]
Western terminus of Highway 4's eastern segment at US 65/US 165/US 278 in McGehee.
Highway 4 begins east of McGehee at
US 65/ US 165/ US 278. The route winds east past the Delta Country Club and Trippe Holly Grove Cemetery before curving due east toward Arkansas City. The route runs east to Arkansas City. At Arkansas City, the route has its only spur route, which serves the historic part of town, while AR 4 turns north. The highway runs along the Mississippi River briefly before terminating at AR 1. 
Major intersections [ edit ]
Arkansas City spur [ edit ]
Arkansas Highway 4S is a spur of 1.04 miles (1.67 km) in  Arkansas City. 
Former special routes [ edit ]
Camden business loop [ edit ]
6.1 mi (9.8 km)
May 28, 1976
Highway 4B was a business route of 2.97 miles (4.78 km) in Camden; it was renamed U.S. 278B in the 1998 redesignation. The route began on Washington Street near the Camden Country Club and terminated at U.S. 79B. 
Camden spur [ edit ]
Highway 4S was a spur route in Camden, following the under-construction bypass. The route was redesignated as Highway 4 in 1976.
Warren business loop [ edit ]
3.8 mi (6.1 km)
Highway 4B was a business route of 3.78 miles (6.08 km) in Warren; it was renamed U.S. 278B in the 1998 redesignation.
See also [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
Route map: Bing / Google
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^ a b c General Highway Map - Polk County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map) (10/18/00 ed.). Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department . Retrieved . March 12, 2011
^ a b c General Highway Map - Desha County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map) (2/11/10 ed.). Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department . Retrieved . August 28, 2010
^ "U.S. Highways : From US 1 to (US 830)." U.S. Route Log. Retrieved on August 28, 2010.
^ "Minutes of the Meeting" (PDF). Arkansas State Highway Commission. May 28, 1976. p. 653 . Retrieved . January 28, 2013
^ "Camden, Arkansas." Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. AHTD Camden, Arkansas map. Retrieved on August 28, 2010.
^ "Minutes of the Meeting" (PDF). Arkansas State Highway Commission. May 28, 1976. p. 654 . Retrieved . January 28, 2013