ⓘ Arkansas Highway 16
Highway 16 is an east–west state highway in Arkansas. The route begins in Siloam Springs at US Highway 412 and Highway 59 and runs east through Fayetteville and the Ozark National Forest to US Highway 67 Business in Searcy. Highway 16 was created during the 1926 Arkansas state highway numbering, and today serves as a narrow, winding, 2-lane road except for overlaps of 10 miles through Fayetteville. Much of the highway winds through the Ozarks, including the Ozark National Forest, where a portion of the highway is designated as an Arkansas Scenic Byway. The route has a short spur route in Siloam Springs designated as Highway 16 Spur.