Drive America’s Highways for 8 miles west along Arkansas Highway 124 from Rose Bud to Quitman.
State highways are the primary and secondary roads that link cities within a state. Each state is responsible for route numbering and layout, so routes can vary from state to state.
The default marker for state highways is a white circle with a black number, but each state is free to choose a different marker. Many states have chosen a design theme relevant to the state, such as an outline of the state itself, to distinguish state route markers from interstate, county, or municipal route markers.
State highways are an important part of the transportation system in the United States. They provide a way for people to travel between cities and towns, and they also help to connect rural areas to the rest of the country.
Our State Highway Videos
Drive America’s Highways for 13 miles west along Arkansas Highway 36 from Center Hill to Rose Bud.
Drive America’s Highways for 8 miles north along Arkansas Highway 305 from Floyd to Center Hill.
Drive America’s Highways for 14 miles east along Alabama State Route 20 from Stewartsville to Florence.
Drive America’s Highways for 12 miles west along Tennessee State Route 99 from Chapel Hill to Columbia.
Drive America’s Highways for 10 miles west along Tennessee Route 270 from Unionville to Chapel Hill.
Drive America’s Highways for 14 miles north along Tennessee Route 82 from Lynchburg to Shelbyville