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There are twenty US bannered routes in Arkansas. The highway markers for such routes are identified by a sign with a white shield and the route number. The US routes were first formed in nineteen twenty-six in Arkansas. The first of these such roads was US 49. Some of these routes are designated business routes. They are identified with the letter B behind the route number. Here is the list of all current US routes in use in Arkansas,
US Route 49 runs from Mississippi to Piggott
US Route 59 runs from Texarkana to Acorn
US Route 61 runs from Tennessee to Blytheville
US Route 62 runs from Oklahoma to Missouri
US Route 63 runs from Louisiana to Missouri
US Route 64 runs from Oklahoma to Tennessee
US Route 65 runs from Louisiana to Missouri
US Route 67 runs from Texas to Missouri
US Route 70 runs from Oklahoma to Tennessee
US Route 71 runs from Louisiana to Missouri
US Route 79 runs from Louisiana to Tennessee
US Route 82 runs from Texas to Mississippi
US Route 165 runs from Louisiana to North Little Rock
US Route 167 runs from Louisiana to Ash Flat
US Route 270 runs from Oklahoma to White Hall
US Route 271 runs from Oklahoma to Fort Smith
US Route 278 Runs from Wickes to Mississippi
US Route 371 runs from Louisiana to De Queen
US Route 412 runs from Oklahoma to Missouri
US Route 425 runs from Louisiana to Pine Bluff
Arkansas's US Highway system is used daily from all freight transportation. Top US carriers commute over these routes carrying goods from all over the world. Our services help you find to best service and rates.
Connecticut is considered part of the New York metro area, and therefore is extremely accessible due to the large number of roads and railways through the state. Although Connecticut has some agricultural and industrial output, many residents of the state commute to New York for work. As there are far more goods moving into the state than going out, Connecticut freight shipping out of the state can almost always be found for low prices. The climate is mild and the roads are well maintained, although traffic can slow Connecticut shipping down somewhat. LTL shipping is usually affordable due to the volume of goods that move in, out, and through Connecticut.