US Route 167 cuts right down the middle of Arkansas and Louisiana, nearly spanning the height of both states. The northern end of US Route 167 is at Ash Flat, Arkansas, at an intersection with the concurrent US Routes 62 and 412. It heads south from there to join US Route 67 into Little Rock. Beyond Little Rock, US Route 167 forms the backbone of Arkansas's southern half. In Louisiana, it heads through Ruston, Alexandria, and Opelousas before joining Interstate 49 south to Lafayette. As Interstate 49 ends at Interstate 10 in Lafayette, US Route 167 goes further, ending in Abbeville at a junction with Louisiana Highway 14's business alignment.
My photo for US Route 167 comes from the first interchange on Interstate 49 north of Interstate 10, near Lafayette, Louisiana. The sign assembly depicted faces west, just ahead of the southbound onramp to Interstate 49, which also carries US Route 167. My photo was taken during my westward detour, comprising the second of three legs on my October 2014 Gulf Coast excursion--the first of three. The resolution is pretty small, though, so I hope to get better photos of US Route 167 and Interstate 49 someday. Back to the nationwide main page. Back to the home page.