|Maintained by INDOT|
|Existed:||1932 - present|
|South end:||Old SR 267/CR 700 S near Plainfield|
|North end:||in Plainfield|
|South end:||at Mooresville|
|North end:||/ near Whitestown|
State Road 267 in the U.S. state of Indiana is a north-south route in two broken sections with the northern section connecting Interstate 65 in Boone County to Interstate 74 in Brownsburg. The southern section connects US 40 in Plainfield and Interstate 70. It passes through the towns of Brownsburg, Plainfield, and Mooresville in the counties of Boone, Hendricks, and Morgan.
Parts of this article (those related to  between SR 42 and I-70) need to be updated. (December 2016)
The southern terminus of SR 267 is at an intersection with SR 42. SR 267 heads north toward Interstate 70 and ends at U.S. Route 40 in Plainfield. It begins at Interstate 74 in Brownsburg and heads north towards its northern terminus at I-65 in Boone County.
Between 1917 and 1926 SR 267 was an unsigned route. The southern terminus at one point was at State Road 37, following the route of State Road 144. In the 1960s SR 267 was moved to a new route east of the old route, between I-70 and US 40. A large section of State Road 267 was decommissioned by the Indiana Department of Transportation in the winter of 2013 and turned over to local units of government. The areas of the route south of Interstate 74 and Brownsburg and north of the Avon and Plainfield municipal boundary are no longer State Road 267, with the respective portions of the road being turned over to the Town of Avon, the Town of Brownsburg, and Hendricks County.
|Hendricks||Plainfield||0.000||0.000||Old SR 267/CR 700 S||Southern terminus of SR 267|
|- Terre Haute, Indianapolis||Exit number 66 on I-70|
|3.690||5.938||Northern end of southern segment of SR 267|
|Gap in route|
|Hendricks||Brownsburg||- Crawfordsville, Indianapolis||Exit number 66 on I-74; southern end of northern segment of SR 267|
|/ - Gary, Lafayette, Indianapolis||Exit number 133 on I-65; north terminus of SR 267|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Route map: Google