Ohio State Route 267 is a short highway serving the town of Glenmoor, in easternmost Ohio. Glenmoor is just north of East Liverpool and the northern tip of West Virginia's panhandle. As both ends of Ohio Route 267 occur at the Ohio Route 11 freeway, Ohio Route 267 is virtually a business alternate to Ohio Route 11 whose purpose is to reach the town of Glenmoor. The northern end of Ohio Route 267 is at an interchange where Ohio Route 7 drops southerly as a surface route to join Ohio Route 11 on the freeway southeastward. Note that US Route 30 is already concurrent with Ohio Route 11 on the freeway, so the duplex becomes a triplicate. From here, Ohio Route 267 heads south through Glenmoor to reach East Liverpool. In East Liverpool, Ohio Route 267 ends at Ohio Route 39, but the intersection is intertwined with an interchange. That interchange also involves the freeway carrying Ohio Route 11, Ohio Route 7, and US Route 30. Note that Ohio Route 39 carries Ohio Route 7 as it proceeds west from here. I don't know why ODOT didn't decide to mark Ohio Route 267 as part of Ohio Route 7.