So I'm working on the article for OK-112 on Wikipedia... Both OK roadgeek sites show SH-112 ending at the Arkansas state line, where it becomes a non-state highway. Kind of a weird situation, but no biggie; it's not the only OK state highway that does that. So as I normally do, I made a cursory glance at the ODOT control section
map, which I regard as the definitive reference for the state highway system. Instead, it shows SH-112 ending in Arkoma at SH-9A! SH-9A is shown connecting to the state line along the section signed as "SH-112".
Looks like the most recent pictures on the web are from 2004, though. Could one of you guys go check the situation out? (David, don't you live in Ft Smith?) I'd be interested to see if the signage has been updated since the cleaver was introduced. Also, I'd like to know what the ref markers along the disputed section say, "32" for 9A, or "61" for 112.
Only in Oklahoma!