Indiana State Route 641 is a new highway, serving as a bit of a southeastern expressway bypass around downtown Terre Haute. The southern end of the highway is an interchange with the expressway-like US Route 41, and from there, Indiana Route 641 wraps easterly and northerly around part of Terre Haute's periphery. The northern end of Indiana Route 641 is an interchange with Interstate 70 on the far east side of Terre Haute, that also serves as the point where US Route 40 deviates from the Interstate to cut north. US Route 40 used to run through downtown Terre Haute, but it has recently been exiled onto Interstate 70 just to the south of town. US Route 40 uses this interchange to cut northward back to its own alignment, and this cut northward is along the same north-south road that carries Indiana Route 641 to the south. Indiana Route 641 is an expressway with two intermittent interchanges between its two ends.
My photo for Indiana Route 641 is a guide marker at a roundabout that sits on the west side of Route 641, at the first interchange south of Interstate 70. This interchange gives Indiana Route 46 its start as an independent surface road heading east from here. This guide marker shown in the picture faces roughly north, showing roundabout traffic where to exit to reach the onramp to Indiana Route 641 southbound. Back to the Indiana main page. Back to the home page.