Arkansas Highway 37

Arkansas Highway 37 is a designation for two state highways in Arkansas. The main segment of 52.40 miles (84.33 km) runs from McCrory to Cord. A short segment of 0.61 miles (0.98 km) runs north in Benton County from U.S. Route 62 to the Missouri state line.

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Arkansas Highway 37 - History
... Highway 47 Location Benton County Existed 1926–1979 Arkansas Highway 37 was first formed in the original 1926 state highway plan as a route from AR 17 near McCrory north to AR 18 near Grubbs ... The highway's routing has remained essentially unchanged since this extension, though the route is now paved ... Highway 47 was the former designation for U.S ...

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