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U.S. Route 167 shield
U.S. Route 167
Length: 499 mi (803 km)
South end: LA 14 in Abbeville, LA
I-10 in Lafayette, LA

I-49 in Alexandria, LA
I-20 in Ruston, LA
I-30 in Little Rock, AR
I-40 in Little Rock, AR

North end: U.S. 62 / U.S. 412 in Ash Flat, AR
United States Numbered Highways
Spur of US 67

U.S. Route 167 runs for 499 miles (803 km) from Ash Flat, Arkansas at U.S. Route 62 to Abbeville, Louisiana at Louisiana Highway 14. It goes through the cities of Little Rock, Arkansas, Alexandria, Louisiana, and Lafayette, Louisiana.

Some of the highway's route has been combined with or parallels Interstate 49 in Louisiana. Between Junction City, AR and Ruston, LA, U.S. 167 runs concurrent with U.S. 63.[1]


Route description



Johnston Street in Lafayette, Louisiana

Johnston street is a seven mile (11 km) segment of U.S. Route 167 which bypasses the Central Business District of Lafayette. Its northern terminus is Evangeline Thruway (US 90) where it becomes concurrent with said route. A major interchange is planned at the street when I-49 is routed through downtown Lafayette. Its southern terminus is the Lafayette/Vermillion parish line where it becomes known as Maurice Avenue and then Park Avenue until US 167's terminus at Louisiana State Highway 14 in Abbeville. The road is a five-lane arterial until its junction with Ambassador Caffery Parkway (Louisiana Highway 3073), where it becomes a four lane divided expressway.


Major intersections

U.S. Route 270 in Sheridan, Arkansas

See also

Bannered and suffixed routes


  1. ^ Louisiana's US Highways

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