Missouri Route 367

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Route 367

Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length8.960 mi[1] (14.420 km)
Major junctions
South end I-70 in St. Louis
Major intersections I-270 in Spanish Lake
North end US 67 in Spanish Lake
CountryUnited States
Highway system
Route 366 Route 370

Route 367 is a 8.9-mile (14.3 km) long roadway in the metropolitan St. Louis, Missouri, United States area. It is also known as Lewis & Clark Boulevard. Its northern terminus is U.S. Route 67 (US 67) near Black Jack and its southern terminus is at the Interstate 70 (I-70) bridge over Riverview Boulevard before Riverview Boulevard becomes Bircher Boulevard in St. Louis. It was originally part of US 67.


In December 2007, a multi-year reconstruction project to convert the St. Louis County portion of Route 367 to freeway status was completed. The road was designed in the 1950s, and needed rebuilding, partly because of very short turn lanes and closely adjacent outer service roads. The new freeway now helps to provide a more direct route between St. Louis and the Alton, Illinois section of the St. Louis Metro East. Existing bridges were replaced at Chambers Road, Coldwater Creek, and the BNSF railroad tracks. South of I-270, Route 367 is planned as more of a parkway, where both arterial and residential streets will continue to intersect the roadway.

In the City of St. Louis portion, no major improvements are planned. This section includes the Halls Ferry Circle, where six major roadways converge.

Major intersections

City of St. Louis0.0000.000abbr= Riverview Boulevard south to I-70Southern terminus
2.0683.328 Route AC (Halls Ferry Road) / Goodfellow BoulevardTraffic circle
St. LouisMoline Acres4.0856.574Chambers RoadInterchange
Spanish Lake5.4588.784 I-270 – Kansas City, Chicago, ILExit 31 on I-270
6.0549.743Dunn RoadInterchange
6.51010.477Redman RoadInterchange
7.25411.674Parker RoadInterchange
8.22813.242New Jamestown Road / Jamestown Way DriveInterchange
US 67 south (Lindbergh Boulevard)
Northern terminus at an interchange
US 67 north – Alton, IL
Continuation beyond northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b Missouri Department of Transportation (March 19, 2015). MoDOT HPMAPS (Map). Missouri Department of Transportation. Retrieved March 19, 2015.

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