Arkansas Highway 365

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Highway 365

Map of Central Arkansas with AR 365 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by ArDOT
Length69.31 mi[1] (111.54 km)
Major junctions
South end US 65B / US 79B in Pine Bluff
Major intersections I-440 in Little Rock
I-30 / US 65 / US 167 in Little Rock
US 70 / US 67 in Little Rock
I-630 in Little Rock
I-40 in North Little Rock
I-40 near Maumelle
North end US 65B / AR 60 in Conway
CountryUnited States
CountiesFaulkner, Pulaski, Grant, Jefferson
Highway system
AR 364 AR 366

Arkansas Highway 365 (AR 365 and Hwy. 365) is a north–south state highway in Central Arkansas. The route of 69.31 miles (111.54 km) runs from US 65B/US 79B in Pine Bluff north through Little Rock to US 65B/AR 60 in Conway.[2] The route is a redesignation of former U.S. Route 65, which has since been rerouted onto various Interstate highways through the area.[3] Portions of Highway 365 in Jefferson County are former alignments of the Dollarway Road, which was the longest paved concrete road upon completion in 1913.[4]

Route description

Highway 365 near Maumelle

As a former US Highway, the route passes through many historic districts and has many junctions. The route begins at US 65B/US 79B (the Martha Mitchell Expressway) in northwest Pine Bluff near the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and runs northwest. Highway 365 is known as Dollarway Road in this part of Pine Bluff as it follows the original routing of the Dollarway Road, a 1913 paving project that gave Jefferson County the longest continuous concrete road in the nation at the time.[4] Highway 365 meets its spur route further northwest, the spur connects Highway 365 to Interstate 530/US 65 and US 270. Now entering White Hall, Highway 365 passes the historic Bellingrath House and intersects Highway 256 near the Pine Bluff Arsenal.

State Highway 365 in North Little Rock, Arkansas looking north.

Further northwest, Highway 365 continues parallel to I-530/US 65 to Redfield where the route passes original Dollarway Pavement. This segment is preserved by its listing on the National Register of Historic Places. The route briefly enters Grant County[1] before entering Pulaski County south of Hensley.[5]

Upon entering Pulaski County, Highway 365 passes through Hensley, Woodson, Wrightsville and Tafton before passing the Hanger Cotton Gin in Sweet Home. The route next enters Little Rock where it junctions with I-440 before becoming Roosevelt Road. Highway 365 passes Little Rock National Cemetery before intersecting Interstate 30/US 65/US 167 at a frontage road interchange. Roosevelt Road serves Main Street before forming a northbound concurrency with US 70/US 67 along Broadway Street. This segment of road passes many historic properties in addition to Interstate 630. Highway 365 crosses over the Arkansas River into North Little Rock and breaks from US 70/US 67 to the west near Dickey-Stephens Park. Highway 365 passes over the railyard, intersecting Highway 100 becoming Pike Avenue to the north. Highway 365 intersects Interstate 40/US 65 before passing Camp Robinson. The route runs along I-40/US 65 until crossing over near Maumelle. After a junction with Maumelle Boulevard, Highway 365 continues north along the Arkansas River into Faulkner County. The highway intersects Highway 89 in Mayflower near Lake Conway. Highway 365 continues along I-40/US 65 into south Conway where it terminates at US 65B/Highway 60.

Major intersections

Mile markers reset at some concurrencies.[a 1]

JeffersonPine Bluff0.000.00

US 65B / US 79B east (Martha Mitchell Expy) / US 79B south (Blake Street) – Camden, Stuttgart, Lake Village
Southern terminus

AR 365S west (Sheridan Road) to I-530 / US 270
White Hall5.568.95
AR 256 (Hoadley Road) to I-530 – Jefferson, Little Rock, Pine Bluff Arsenal White Hall Entrance

AR 104 south to I-530
Gravel Pit Road west to I-530
AR 46 east

AR 46 west (Sheridan Road) to I-530
GrantNo major intersections
AR 386 east – Dept. of Correction Wrightsville Unit
Sweet Home36.1258.13

AR 338 west (Dixon Road) to I-530
Little Rock38.5962.10 I-440 (East Belt Freeway) – Little Rock, MemphisI-440 exit 1; interchange.
39.5963.71 I-30 / US 65 / US 67 / US 167 – Little Rock, TexarkanaI-30 exit 139A; frontage road access.
40.3264.89 US 70
US 70 concurrency north, 2.2 miles (3.5 km)
North Little Rock0.000.00 US 70
3.565.73 I-40 / US 65 – Fort SmithNo access to I-40 eastbound
AR 176 north (Camp Robinson Road)
12.7020.44 I-40 / US 65 – Little Rock, Conway
AR 100 south (Maumelle Boulevard) – Maumelle
AR 89 west (Miller Street)

AR 89 east to I-40 / US 65 – Conway, Little Rock
Gold Creek25.3340.76

Baker-Wills Pkwy to I-40 / US 65 – Fort Smith, Little Rock

US 65B north (Harkrider Street) / AR 60 west (Dave Ward Drive) / US 65B south to I-40 / AR 286 – Little Rock, Toad Suck, Downtown
Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Pine Bluff spur route

Highway 365S

LocationPine Bluff
Length2.14 mi[1] (3.44 km)

Arkansas Highway 365 Spur is a 2.14-mile (3.44 km) spur route from White Hall to Pine Bluff. It connects US 270 and I-530 to AR 365. It is a former route of U.S. 270 and its predecessor, Arkansas Highway 6.


  1. ^ Although Arkansas highways normally terminate when intersected by a route of greater importance, Highway 365's history as a former alignment of US 65 is reflected when intersecting state highways of a lesser number. Although routes of a lower number and the same class usually take priority at a concurrency, AR 365 still has preference to state routes but not US routes along its path.[6]


  1. ^ a b c d Planning and Research Division (2010). "Arkansas Road Log Database". Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Archived from the original (Database) on 23 June 2011. Retrieved June 9, 2011.
  2. ^ General Highway Map (PDF) (Map) (Faulkner County ed.). Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Retrieved July 2, 2011.
  3. ^ General Highway Map (Map) (1936 Pulaski County ed.). Arkansas State Highway Department. Archived from the original on 18 July 2011. Retrieved July 2, 2011.
  4. ^ a b "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. March 13, 2009.
  5. ^ General Highway Map (PDF) (Map) (Pulaski County ed.). Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Archived (PDF) from the original on 7 July 2011. Retrieved July 3, 2011.
  6. ^ Route and Section Map (PDF) (Map) (Pulaski County, Little Rock Inset ed.). Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department. Retrieved July 2, 2011.

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