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78,000 mile Inter-Regional Highway System
Largest Freeway System Studied in 1941
Prior to the Interstate System Approved in 1957
 
US 82 {I-32 Corridor} [Wikipedia]
 
History of US 82 [FHWA]
 
US 287 {I-34 Corridor} [Wikipedia]
 
US 72 {I-36 Corridor} ADHS Corridor V
 
US 278 {I-36 Corridor} High Priority Corridor 42 {Interstate Corridor}
 
US 412 {I-48 Corridor} High Priority Corridor 8
 
US 65 {I-51 Ozark Highway} High Priority Corridor 61-D
 
US 54 {I-51 Ozark Highway} High Priority Corridor 61-F
 

US 412 [Future I-48] Oklahoma

 
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I-48 High Priority Corridor 8

US 412 forms High Priority Corridor 8 in the National Highway System:

High Priority Corridor 8: Highway 412 East-West Corridor from Tulsa, Oklahoma, through Arkansas along United States Route 62/63/65 to Nashville, Tennessee.

I-48 begins in Oklahoma at I-35 following US 412 in Tulsa using the Cimarron Turnpike, and the Cherokee Turnpike. I-48 follows US 412 through Northern Arkansas in Benton County. US 412 crosses I-49/US 62/US 71 in Springdale, where the route is four-lane with a center left-turn lane. Hindsville was bypassed in 2009 with a four-lane alignment of US 412. US 412 continues east, winding through forested land. In Alpena, US 412 begins a concurrency with US 62 for approximately 150 miles through north central Arkansas. After the concurrency ends, US 412 runs due east to through downtown Walnut Ridge. I-48 continues to follow US 412 through Missouri on its Bootheel, and then runs concurrent with I-155 into Tennessee to terminate at the future I-69.

 

Arkansas

 

I-48

The conceptual I-48 Interstate corrdor is the conversion of US 412 in Northern Arkansas. I-48 runs through Northwest Arkansas in Benton County, the route serves Siloam Springs as a major route through the southern part of the city. US 412 has a concurrency with Highway 59 that ends in east Siloam Springs. US 412 becomes four-lane and runs east to enter Washington County. US 412 crosses I-49/US 62/US 71 in Springdale, where the route is four-lane with a center left-turn lane. Hindsville was bypassed in 2009 with a four-lane alignment of US 412. US 412 continues east, winding through forested land. In Alpena, US 412 begins a concurrency with US 62 for approximately 150 miles through north central Arkansas. After the concurrency ends, US 412 runs due east to through downtown Walnut Ridge.

I-49, I-69

I-49 runs along western Arkansas from Texarkana to Ft Smith. I-69 runs across southeast Arkansas. The new I-555 Interstate corridor is shown to Jonesboro.

I-57

The new I-57 conversion of US 67 is show in Northeast Arkansas.

I-53

The conceptual I-53 Interstate corridor connects the exsting I-530 from Little Rock to Pine Bluff, the "I-69 Spur" AR 530 to Monticello, and finally the "I-69 Spur Extension" from Monticello to Monroe, Louisiana.

 

Missouri

 

I-48

I-48 continues to follow US 412 through Missouri on its Bootheel, and then runs concurrent with I-155 into Tennessee to terminate at the future I-69.

I-72

I-72 is extended from Illinois and Hannibal along US 36 to I-29 in St Joseph Missouri.

I-50, I-60 Trans America Highway

The I-50 Trans America Highway follows US 60 from I-55/I-57/US 60 interchange to I-44 in Springfield, and the I-60 Trans America Highway continues west from I-44 to I-49 north of Joplin into Kansas. West of Springfield, the Trans America Highway is designated as I-60 following a new terrain route far north of Joplin to connect to US 400 into Kansas.

 

Oklahoma

 

I-48

The High Priority US 412 Corridor is converted to I-48 from I-49 Fayetteville Arkansas to I-27 using the Cherokee and Cimarron Turnpikes.

I-27

I-27 continues north from Amarillo Texas through the panhandle into Colorado.