List of Arkansas state highway spurs

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Arkansas Highway 7 Spur shield Arkansas Highway 23 Spur shield Arkansas Highway 137 Spur shield
Highway markers for AR 7S, AR 23S, and AR 137S
A map of highways in the state of Arkansas
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Formed: 1924
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State: Arkansas nnS, Highway nnS (AR nnS, Hwy. nnS)
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This is a list of state highway spur routes (spurs) in the U.S. state of Arkansas. The spurs are named after their parent highways, which leads to multiple designations of the same name in some cases. All spur routes are maintained by the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department.

Shields[edit]

Arkansas spur shields are mostly the same as their parent highways, with merely the addition of an "S". The major change comes from two-digit spur routes being printed on 24-by-36-inch (61 cm × 91 cm) while the parent routes are on the square 24-by-24-inch (61 cm × 61 cm) shields.

Arkansas state highway spur routes are signed using standard state highway shield backgrounds. The number remains the same size and a "S" (for spur) is added in an almost-exponential format. Shield sizes remain, one-digit routes keep the 24-by-24-inch (61 cm × 61 cm) shields, while two-digit routes become 24-by-36-inch (61 cm × 91 cm). Three-digit routes are the same as the parent route with the "S" placed in the available corner space. The "Spur" banners are usually not used by the Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department, which instead prefers to use only a direction banner.

State highway spurs[edit]

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
AR 1S 0.49 0.79 AR 1 in St. Charles White River
AR 4S 1.01 1.63 AR 4 in Arkansas City Mississippi River levee 1963 current
AR 4S AR 4 in Camden 1955 1976 Supplanted by US 79 and AR 4
AR 5S 0.07 0.11 AR 5 in Mountain Home US 62 in Mountain Home 1993[1] current
AR 7S 0.29 0.47 AR 7 in Marble Falls Dogpatch USA 1974[2] current
AR 7S 2.39 3.85 AR 7 in El Dorado US 167B in El Dorado 1971[3] current
AR 7S 1.62 2.61 AR 7 in Hot Springs US 70B in Hot Springs 2004[4] current Former US 70
AR 7S 1.40 2.25 AR 7 in Russellville International Paper factory in Russellville 1974[5] current
AR 8S 0.20 0.32 AR 8 in Glenwood Lumber yard in Glenwood 1987[6] current
AR 8S 0.86[7] 1.38 AR 8 in Hamburg Ashley CR 73 1993[8] 2001[9] Supplanted by AR 189
AR 9S 0.47 0.76 AR 9 in Morrilton 1986[10] current
AR 9S 0.90 1.45 AR 9 in Melbourne Circle Drive 1974[11] current
AR 10S 3.07 4.94 AR 10 in Greenwood US 71 1970[12] current Former US 71
AR 11S 0.90 1.45 AR 11 in Hazen 1953 2008 Supplanted by US 63 Spur
AR 11S 7.19 11.57 AR 11 US 425 in Star City 2013[13] current
AR 14S 1.34 2.16 AR 14 at Salado US 167/AR 230 at Southside 1978 current
AR 15S AR 15 Moro Bay State Park 1992[14] 2000[15] Supplanted by AR 600
AR 16S 0.43 0.69 AR 16 in Siloam Springs US 412/AR 59 in Siloam Springs
AR 18S 1.00 1.61 AR 18 AR 980 in Newport
AR 18S 1.21 1.95 AR 18 in Jonesboro I-555/US 63 in Jonesboro
AR 18S 1.21 1.95 AR 18 AR 18 in Manila 1948 1957
AR 20S 1.92 3.09 AR 20 Mississippi River levee 1963 current Supplanted AR 49S
AR 23S 2.65 4.26 AR 23 at Forum AR 23 Former AR 23W
AR 25S 0.6 1.0 AR 25 in Heber Springs
AR 25S 0.74 1.19 AR 25 in Charlotte Weaver Lane in Charlotte 1961[16] current
AR 25S 3.01 4.84 AR 5/AR 25 in Tumbling Shoals Old Highway 25 Park in Tumbling Shoals 1962[17] current
AR 26S 1.29 2.08 AR 26 in Gum Springs 1985[18] current
AR 29S 6th Street in Lewisville 2nd Street in Lewisville 1969[19]
AR 33S 1.75 2.82 AR 33 in Casscoe Daisy Lane 1973[20] current
AR 39S 0.55 0.89 AR 39 US 49 1965[21] current
AR 39S 0.38 0.61 AR 39 Phillips CR 643 at Postelle
AR 43S 1.01 1.63 AR 43 in Siloam Springs AR 59 in Siloam Springs 1988[22] 1996[23] Supplanted AR 68C
AR 49S AR 20/AR 49 Mississippi River 1962[24] 1963[25] Supplanted by AR 20S
AR 58S AR 58 in Williford AR 58E in Williford 1979[26] 1980[27]
AR 59S 0.71 1.14 AR 59 in Gentry AR 59B in Gentry 1994[28] current Former AR 204
AR 60S 1.79 2.88 AR 60 in Conway Donaghey Avenue/Pinnacle Ridge Road in Conway 1997[29] current
AR 69S 2.53 4.07 AR 69 in Melbourne Melbourne Municipal Airport in Melbourne 1990[30] current
AR 69S 0.70 1.13 AR 69 Jacksonport State Park in Jacksonport 1985[31] current
AR 69S 0.31 0.50 AR 69 in Batesville US 167/AR 25 in Batesville 2004[32] current Supplanted AR 69A
AR 69S 1.54 2.48 AR 69 in Batesville AR 463 in Batesville 1970[33] current Supplanted US 63C
AR 72S 1 2 AR 72 in Bentonville US 71B in Bentonville 1991[34] 1999[35]
AR 75S 0.89 1.43 AR 75 in Parkin US 64B/AR 75 in Parkin 1976[36] current
AR 78S 0.08 0.13 AR 78 in Moro AR 238 in Moro 2001[37] current
AR 81S 0.42 0.68 AR 81 Fairfield Road/Paper Mill Road 2005[38] current
AR 81S 1.95[39] 3.14 AR 81 in Monticello University of Arkansas at Monticello in Monticello 1974[40] 1989[41] Supplanted by AR 83S
AR 83S 2.36 3.80 AR 83 in Monticello University of Arkansas at Monticello in Monticello 1989[42] current Supplanted AR 81S
AR 89S 0.29 0.47 2014
AR 94S 0.98 1.58 AR 94 in Rogers Monte Ne
AR 95S 0.32 0.51 AR 95 in Morrilton 1972 current
Route Location Length (mi)[43] Length (km) Notes
AR 106S Bethesda 1.62 2.61
AR 108S Foreman 0.77 1.24
AR 112S Fayetteville 1.46 2.35 Former alignment of AR 16
AR 117S Black Rock 1.26 2.03
AR 127S Garfield 0.25 0.40
AR 130S Almyra 0.72 1.16
AR 133S North Crossett 0.53 0.85
AR 137S Amorel 2.43 3.91
AR 146S Stuttgart 1.10 1.77
AR 150S Mississippi County 0.45 0.72
AR 163S Jonesboro 0.40 0.64 Apt Drive
AR 164S Clarksville 0.15 0.24 serves Clarksville Municipal Airport
AR 175S Cherokee Village 3.96 6.37
AR 201S Mountain Home 0.25 0.40
AR 226S Jonesboro 1.03 1.66 Collins Road
AR 235S Bruno 0.31 0.50
AR 238S Brinkley 0.65 1.05
AR 239S Blytheville 1.73 2.78 Locust Street
AR 242S St. Francis National Forest 0.11 0.18
AR 243S 0.67 1.08
AR 265S
AR 267S White County 0.90 1.45
AR 276S Bayou Meto 1.06 1.71
AR 280S Brookings 0.47 0.76
AR 282S Crawford County 0.97 1.56
AR 295S Hindsville 2.2 3.5 Former part of AR 68
AR 308S Marked Tree 0.13 0.21
AR 321S Lonoke County 3.15 5.07
AR 321S White County 0.35 0.56
AR 365S Pine Bluff 2.14 3.44
AR 367S Beebe 0.49 0.79
AR 382S Ozark Folk Center State Park 0.8 1.3
AR 384S Newport 1.40 2.25

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  43. ^ Planning and Research Division (2010). "Arkansas Road Log Database" (Database). Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Retrieved June 9, 2011.