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Arkansas Highway 14

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Highway 14 (AR 14, Ark. 14, and Hwy. 14) is an east–west state highway in north Arkansas. The route of 227.35 miles (365.88 km) begins at Boat Dock Road near Table Rock Lake and runs east to Mississippi County Route W1020 (CR W1020) at Golden Lake.[3] The highway's general alignment between the western terminus and Marked Tree closely follows the original routing as established in the initial 1926 Arkansas state highway numbering plan. The route from Highway 140 in Lepanto east across Interstate 55 to Golden Lake is a later extension.

Highway 14 marker

Highway 14
Route information
Maintained by ArDOT
Length227.35 mi[2] (365.88 km)
ExistedApril 1, 1926[1]–present
Major junctions
West endBoat Dock Road, Table Rock Lake
  AR 7 in Lead Hill
US 62 / US 412 in Yellville
US 167 / AR 25 at Ramsey Hill
Future I-57 / US 67 near Newport
US 49 in Waldenburg
I-555 / US 63 near Payneway
I-55 near Marie
US 61 in Wilson
East end CR S449 / CR W1020 at Golden Lake
Location
CountiesBoone, Marion, Searcy, Baxter, Stone, Independence, Jackson, Poinsett, Mississippi
Highway system
AR 13AR 15

Contents

Route descriptionEdit

 
Highway 14 north of Mountain View

After Marked Tree, AR 14 meets with US 63 for a stretch, before heading to Harrisburg, where it crosses AR 1. Highway 14 then goes on to Waldenburg, where it meets US 49 and AR 214, Newport (crossing US 67) and Batesville (AR 25). The route then passes through Buffalo River State Park on its way to meeting US 412 in Yellville. Arkansas Highway 14 continues to AR 7 and Lead Hill before merging onto old US 65 (now AR 365[4]) at Omaha. This leads to the end of the route, when AR 14 becomes Boat Dock Road and ends in a cul-de-sac at Table Rock Lake.

Arkansas Highway 14 travels north to Marie where it adjuncts AR 181. Interstate 55 meets AR 14 outside of Marie as Exit 41. The road continues to Lepanto, where it meets AR 135 and becomes concurrent with AR 140 until Marked Tree.

HistoryEdit

The route was first designated in 1926 in the original state highway numbering. State Road 14 ran from Omaha east to Marked Tree in Poinsett County.[1]

In 1978, Highway 14 was rerouted south of Batesville. The mainline Highway 14 was rerouted over existing Highway 25 and supplanted Highway 14A. The former Highway 14 mainline route was redesignated as Highway 230 between Locust Grove and Southside. A short original section of Highway 14 between Southside and Salado, discontinuous after the rerouting, was redesignated Highway 14 Spur.[5]

Major intersectionsEdit

Mile markers reset at some concurrencies.

CountyLocationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Boone0.000.00Table Rock Lake, Cricket Recreation Areastate maintenance ends about 12 mile (0.80 km) east of the entrance
4.346.98  US 65 north – Springfield, MO, Branson, MOwest end of US 65 overlap
0.000.00  US 65 south – Harrisoneast end of US 65 overlap
OmahaMain Street - Harrisonformer US 65 south
15.0424.20  AR 281 south – Bergmanwest end of AR 281 overlap
15.99–
16.27
25.73–
26.18
  AR 281 north – Tucker Hollow Parkeast end of AR 281 overlap
Lead Hill23.3337.55  AR 7 north – Diamond City, Lead Hill Parkwest end of AR 7 overlap
24.5539.51  AR 7 south – Harrisoneast end of AR 7 overlap
Marion25.7041.36  AR 268 east
32.8152.80  AR 125 north – Peel, Buck Creek Recreation Area, Highway 125 Recreation Area
36.0758.05  AR 125 south – Dodd City
Summit46.9775.59  AR 202
Yellville48.4577.97   US 62 west (Church Street) / US 412 west – Harrisonwest end of US 62 / US 412 overlap
0.000.00   US 62 east / US 412 east – Mountain Home, Bull Shoalseast end of US 62 / US 412 overlap
0.540.87  AR 235 south – Bruno, Pindall
Ralph4.276.87  AR 206 east
Mull14.1522.77  AR 268 east – Buffalo Point
SearcyHarriet23.5537.90  AR 27 south – Marshall
BaxterBig Flat31.5950.84  AR 263 south – Timbo
36.4958.72  AR 341 north – Mountain Home
Stone46.9575.56  AR 87 south
Allison53.2185.63   AR 5 north / AR 9 north – Melbourne, Calico Rockwest end of AR 5 / AR 9 overlap
Mountain View  AR 382 west – Ozark Folk Center State Park
0.000.00   AR 9 south to AR 66 – Mountain View Business Districteast end of AR 9 overlap
1.682.70  AR 5 southeast end of AR 5 overlap
7.4712.02  AR 58 east – Guion
IndependenceLocust Grove28.4745.82  AR 25 west – Heber Springswest end of AR 25 overlap
  AR 230 east
Dennison Heights0.000.00   US 167 / AR 25 north – Batesvilleeast end of AR 25 overlap
Salado3.685.92  AR 14S west – Southside
12.6720.39  AR 157 south (Blackland Road)
Oil Trough14.0122.55Ferry Roadformer AR 932-1
15.4324.83  AR 122 east – Newark
Jackson23.7638.24  AR 367 south – Bradford, Bald Knobwest end of AR 367 overlap
NewportNewport Bridge over White River
0.000.00Remmel Avenueformer AR 224 east
0.691.11  AR 69 north – Jacksonport, Jacksonport State Park
Pecan Streetformer AR 17 north
1.702.74  AR 367 north (Malcolm Avenue)east end of AR 367 overlap
2.353.78  AR 17 south / Walker Driveformer AR 224 west
4.807.72  US 67 – Newport, Bald Knob, Little RockUS 67 exit 80
5.008.05   AR 224 west / CR 917
Erwin6.5710.57  AR 17 – Newport, McCrory
6.8110.96  AR 17 north (via AR 17Y) – Newport
9.6315.50  AR 145 south – Blackville
Amagon13.3221.44   AR 37 south / CR 51 – Algoa, Beedeville
15.9025.59   AR 37 north / AR 384 south – Grubbs, Balch
PoinsettWaldenburg23.5437.88  US 49 – Jonesboro, Weiner, Hickory Ridge
Harrisburg35.1556.57  AR 1 (Illinois Avenue) – Jonesboro, Wynne
36.0357.98    AR 163 north / Crowley's Ridge Pkwy. to AR 214west end of AR 163 / CRP overlap
36.4958.72   AR 163 south / Crowley's Ridge Pkwy. – Bay Village, Levesque, Lake Poinsett State Park, Lake Poinsetteast end of AR 163 / CRP overlap
Landers42.1467.82   AR 373 north to AR 214
Weona43.9270.68  AR 373 south – Stewart
Payneway49.4879.63  AR 463 north – Judd Hill
49.8880.27  US 63 north – Trumann, Jonesborowest end of US 63 overlap; AR 14 west follows exit 18
Marked Tree   US 63 south / AR 75 south – Memphis, Parkin, Coldwatereast end of US 63 overlap; west end of US 63B overlap; AR 14 east follows exit 14
  US 63B south (Frisco Street) – Memphiseast end of US 63B overlap; west end of AR 140 overlap
  AR 308B east (Broadway Street)
Lepanto  AR 135 – Caraway, Black Oak, Lepanto Business District, Lepanto Museum
0.000.00  AR 140 east – Osceolaeast end of AR 140 overlap
Mississippi4.447.15  AR 77 – Bondsville
6.3410.20  AR 297 south – Dyess
12.0019.31  I-55 – Blytheville, MemphisI-55 exit 41
Marie13.3821.53  AR 181 north
13.7622.14  AR 119 north – Carson Lake
Wilson17.7028.49  US 61 (Madison Street) – Blytheville, Memphis, Wilson Business District, Hampson Archeological Museum State Park
Golden Lake19.2430.96   CR S449 / CR W1020
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Auxiliary routes of Highway 14Edit

Spur routeEdit

 

Highway 14S
LocationIndependence County
Length1.34 mi[2] (2.16 km)
ExistedMay 26, 1978[5]–present

Highway 14 Spur (AR 14S, Ark. 14S, and Hwy. 14S) is a spur route of 1.34 miles (2.16 km) in Independence County.

Route description

The route begins at Highway 14 at Salado and runs west to US 67 and Highway 230 at Southside.

History

Highway 14S was created on May 26, 1978 during a rerouting of Highway 14 in the vicinity. Mainline Highway 14 ran along present-day Highway 230 and Highway 14S. The main route was shifted to a concurrency with Highway 25, with a redesignation of the former alignment as Highway 230 to the west of US 167 and Highway 14S to the east.[5]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Independence County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Salado0.000.00  AR 14Eastern terminus
Southside1.342.16   US 167 (Batesville Blvd) / AR 230 west (Camp Tahkodah Rd) – Batesville, Bald KnobWestern terminus, eastern terminus of AR 230
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Alternate routeEdit

 

Highway 14A
LocationIndependence County
Length3.68 mi[5] (5.92 km)
ExistedJune 23, 1965[6]–May 26, 1978[5]

Highway 14 Alternate (AR 14A, Ark. 14A, and Hwy. 14A) is a former alternate route of 1.34 miles (2.16 km) in Independence County.[5]

Route description

Highway 14A began at Highway 14 at Salado and ran northeast to Ramsey Hill, terminating at US 167 and Highway 25.

History

The route was added to the state highway system on June 23, 1965.[6] Highway 14A was supplanted by mainline Highway 14 during a rerouting in 1978.[5]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Independence County.

Locationmi[2]kmDestinationsNotes
Salado0.000.00  AR 14Southern terminus
Ramsey Hill3.685.92   US 167 (Batesville Blvd) / AR 25 west (Heber Springs Rd) – Batesville, Bald Knob, Heber SpringsWestern terminus, eastern terminus of AR 25
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Arkansas State Highway Commission (April 1, 1926). Map of the State of Arkansas Showing System of State Highways (TIF) (Map). Arkansas State Highway Commission. Retrieved November 19, 2016.
  2. ^ a b c d e Planning and Research Division (2010). "Arkansas Road Log Database". Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Archived from the original (Database) on 23 June 2011. Retrieved June 9, 2011.
  3. ^ General Highway Map, Mississippi County, Arkansas (PDF) (Map). 1:62500. Cartography by Planning and Research Division. Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. January 11, 2010. Retrieved January 13, 2012.
  4. ^ 1936 Pulaski County Map
  5. ^ a b c d e f g "Minutes" & 1970–79, p. 269.
  6. ^ a b "Minutes" & 1953–69, p. 669.

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