Arkansas Highway 233

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Highway 233

AR 233 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by AHTD
Length11.619 mi[1] (18.699 km)
Major junctions
South end US 167 / AR 25 / AR 69 in Batesville
Major intersections AR 25 in Batesville
AR 69 in Moorefield
AR 69 in Newark
North endW 2nd Street in Newark
CountryUnited States
Highway system
AR 232 AR 234

Arkansas Highway 233 (AR 233 and Hwy. 233) is a United States state highway of 18.5 miles (29.8 km) consisting of three distinct segments existing in Independence County.[1] It has no business or spur routes.

Route description

AR 233 consists of three distinct, unconnected segments:

  1. From US 167/AR 25/AR 69 in Batesville, then northeasterly via Main Street to a second junction with AR 25, continuing northerly a short distance to where AR 394 splits off. AR 233 continues northerly before curving to the west to a terminus at US 167 north of Batesville. (Segment length: 2.580 miles)
  2. From AR 25 approximately 2.9 miles east of its first junction with that route, then southerly via Mack Street to a terminus at AR 69 in Moorefield. (Segment length: 1.159 miles)
  3. From AR 69B in Sulphur Rock easterly, northeasterly, then southerly into Newark where it terminates at AR 69B at West 6th Street. (Segment length: 7.880 miles)

While two segments of implied route concurrency could theoretically link the distinct portions of AR 233 in to one, contiguous highway route, signage in the field and official Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department maps prove otherwise.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Independence County.

Batesville0.00.0 US 167 / AR 25 / AR 69Southern terminus
1.82.9 AR 25 – Cord
AR 394 east
Western terminus of AR 394
2.64.2 US 167 – Batesville, Cave CityNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. AHTD Independence County map Retrieved on August 16, 2009.