State Highways

State Highways are generally primary and secondary roads, sometimes built to  Interstate standards, linking cities within a State. Each state is responsible for route numbering and layout meaning routes vary state to state.

The default marker is a white circle containing a black number, however each state is free to choose a different marker, and most states have. 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.

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Arkansas Highway 365 – Redfield – White Hall

Arkansas Highway 365 – Redfield – White Hall Ride south on Arkansas HIghway 365 from the main intersection in Redfield to just inside the White Hall city limits, approximately 15 miles to the south. Cephelopod - Cephelopod by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons...