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State Route 67
South end: Fort Stewart near Pembroke
North end: SR 21 in Millen
Counties: Bryan, Bulloch, Jenkins
Georgia State Routes
< SR 66 SR 68 >

State Route 67 is a highway in the east central portion of the state running generally north to south. It begins in the north at a junction with Georgia Highway 21 just north of Millen. It runs west for three miles (5 km) through Millen following Winthrope Avenue. (This was originally Route 21 before the Millen Bypass was constructed in the 1990s.) At its junction with U.S. Highway 25, it turns southwest, crosses the Ogeechee River, then southeast for a total of 23 miles (37 km) to the community of Hopeulikit where it is joined by U.S. Highway 80 and Georgia Highway 26.

Georgia Highways 67 and 26, and U.S. Highways 25 and 80 run concurrently southeast for seven miles (11 km) to the junction with U.S. Highway 301 and Georgia Highway 73 in Statesboro. GA Hwy. 67 and U.S. 25, along with U.S. 301 and GA 73, run south down Main Street in the city of Statesboro for approximately 1.5 miles (2.4 km). GA 67 then bears left in a southeastern direction. (Hwy. 67 is known as Fair Road within the city of Statesboro.) In the community of Denmark, 10 miles (16 km) later, GA Hwy 67 has a junction with Georgia Highway 46. (This is the current eastern terminus of GA Hwy. 46.) Two miles later GA Hwy. 67 has an interchange with Interstate 16. Ten miles beyond the I-16 interchange, GA Hwy. 67 has a junction with U.S. Highway 280 and Georgia Highway 119 in the city of Pembroke. It turns left to run concurrently with US 280 and GA 119 east for one block. It then, oddly, turns right and travels south for only 2.5 miles (4.0 km) beyond the city of Pembroke before ending rather abruptly at a fence on the border of Fort Stewart.



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