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SR 267
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State Road 267

Originally branching off old Indiana SR 67 in Mooresville, SR 267 shoots its way up through the booming western suburbs of Indianapolis. In the distant past, SR 267 extended down the western part of current SR 144 to SR 37. In the 1960s, SR 267 was rerouted to the east from US 40 to I-70. The current plan is to extend this divided section from I-70 to SR 67 on a new route.
 
SR 267: Mooresville (SR 42) < 28.7 miles > south of Whitestown (I-65)

Google Map of SR 267

 


Cities Served: Avon, Brownsburg, Mooresville, Plainfield
Counties Served: Boone, Hendricks, Morgan
INDOT County Flow Maps (AADT): Boone, Hendricks, Morgan
Parent Highway: SR 67
Siblings: SR 167, SR 367
Multiplex: US 40
Expressway: US 40 to I-70
Scanned maps:Map icon » Map of SR 267 proceeding southeast of Mooresville (1940s)



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  Northern Terminus: south of Whitestown (I-65)
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Just past I-65, looking northeast
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Looking south not too far from I-65
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Looking up towards the I-65 interchange where SR 267 ends
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  Southern Terminus: Mooresville   at SR 42
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Closeup of the end sign at SR 42
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Looking north from SR 42 in Mooresville
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Looking south on Indiana St. at SR 42
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Looking west on SR 42 at SR 267
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  Multiplex Photographs:
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US 40/SR 267: Looking east in Plainfield

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