List of former state highways in Indiana (200–399)

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This is a list of former state highways in Indiana with route numbers from 200 through 399. For a full list of former state highways in Indiana, see the List of former state highways in Indiana.

State Road 200[edit]

State Road 200
Location: Pendleton - East of Lynn
Existed: 1931–1932

State Road 200 (SR 200) ran between SR 9/SR 67 and OH 200. In 1931 SR 200 was routed on the modern route of U.S. Route 36 (US 36) between SR 227 and OH 200.[1][2] The state highway commission planned to continue the road west toward Pendleton at SR 9 and SR 67.[3] Once this roadway was built the entire length of SR 200 became part of US 36.[2][4]

State Road 202[edit]

State Road 202
Location: Crown Point
Existed: 1926–1975

State Road 202 ran between U. S. Route 231 and State Road 53.

State Road 209[edit]

State Road 209
Location: East of Greenfield - North of Willow Branch
Existed: 1940–1972

State Road 210[edit]

State Road 210
Location: Bass Lake
Existed: 1940s–1966

State Road 210 circled Bass Lake.

State Road 216[edit]

State Road 216
Location: Bluffton

State Road 216 ran from State Road 316 to Bluffton Camp State Park.

State Road 219[edit]

State Road 219
Location: Osceola
Existed: 1935–May 21, 1999

State Road 219 was a state highway on the St. Joseph/Elkhart County line along Ash Road. It ran from U.S. Highway 33 in the south to U.S. Highway 20 in the north, a total traversal of about 2 miles (3.2 km).

US 20 and US 33 no longer intersect Ash Road. They have been replaced by Business 20 and State Road 933 on the St. Joseph County side, and Old US 20 and Old US 33 on the Elkhart County side. The State Road 219 designation was removed on May 21, 1999, as part of highway maintenance transfers stemming from the opening of the nearby St. Joseph Valley Parkway.[5]

State Road 220[edit]

State Road 220
Location: Rolling Prairie
Existed: 1935–1938

State Road 220 ran from the just west of the intersection of U.S. Route 20 and State Road 2 though Rolling Prairie and then back to US 20. The route is now county roads.

State Road 221[edit]

State Road 221
Location: Matthews - Huntington
Existed: 1932[6]–1976

State Road 221 was commissioned in 1932 between Matthews at SR 21 and SR 18, with an extension to Huntington in 1933. In 1972, SR 221 was removed between Matthews and SR 18, as was the section between SR 218 and Huntington. The last part of SR 221 was removed in 1975. In 1986, the road between SR 22 and SR 218 became a state road again when SR 5 was extended from Warren to SR 22 near Upland.

State Road 223[edit]

State Road 223
Location: South Bend
Existed: 1935–1971

State Road 223 was a northeast-southwest state highway in Saint Joseph County, Indiana. It was about 7 miles (11 km) long.

SR 223 began from the south at one of its parent routes, State Road 23. It followed the Crumstown Highway north through Crumstown. North of that town, the road turned northeast and headed toward the southwest side of South Bend. As it passed under the St. Joseph Valley Parkway (U.S. Highway 20/U.S. Highway 31 bypass), it turned due east onto Grant Road, and then terminated after almost a mile at its other parent, State Road 123, now known solely as Mayflower Road. Grant Road continues east from here as West Sample Street.

SR 223 has since been turned back to the county, and Crumstown Highway is still in use as a county road.

State Road 230[edit]

State Road 230
Location: New Haven
Existed: 1932[7]–Late 1930s

State Road 231[edit]

State Road 231
Location: Clarksville
Existed: 1931–1952

State Road 231 became SR 131, until SR 131 was decommissioned in 2002

State Route 238[edit]

State Road 238
Location: Noblesville-Fortville
Existed: 1980s–2011

State Road 238 was a State Route that connected Noblesville and Fortville. In the 2000s, SR 238 was truncated from its junction with SR 37 to Interstate 69 (I-69), and in 2011, the route was removed entirely.

Routing Changes[edit]

The route east of I-69 is now known as Greenfield Avenue. The portion west of I-69 was routed along Campus Parkway and Greenfield Avenue. A portion of the former routing now sits unused west of the Cabela Parkway light and east of the Bowden Ave / Greenfield Avenue light. In the 1990s, the route was rerouted along 146th Street.

State Road 259[edit]

State Road 259
Location: Youngstown - Blackhawk
Existed: 1935–1937

State Road 266[edit]

State Road 266
Location: Evansville
Existed: 1950s–1960s

State Road 266 is now known as Washington Avenue in Evansville.

State Road 303[edit]

State Road 303
Location: Upland - Zanesville
Existed: 1935–1976

State Road 311[edit]

State Road 311
Location: New Albany - Sellersburg
Existed: 1980–2013

State Road 313[edit]

State Road 313
Location: North of Syracuse - South of Benton
Existed: 1939–1970

State Road 313 is now known as Elkhart County Road 33, CR 33 is not related to U.S. Route 33

State Road 316[edit]

State Road 316
Location: Bluffton

State Road 318[edit]

State Road 318
Location: West of Keystone - South of Petroleum
Existed: early 1940s–1972

State Road 318 is now a county road.

State Road 319[edit]

State Road 319
Location: Elkhart

State Road 319 was an Indiana state road in Elkhart County. It was a very short north–south route connecting U.S. Highway 20 to State Road 120 along Middleton Run Road in the east side of Elkhart. US 20 no longer reaches Middleton Run Road. US 20 was routed south of the city on the St. Joseph Valley Parkway, bypassing it, and consequently[citation needed], SR 120 was truncated to Middleton Run Road after State Road 319 was decommissioned.

State Road 324[edit]

State Road 324
Location: Fort Wayne
Existed: 1949–1956

State Road 324 was the northern east-west section of SR 930.

State Road 329[edit]

State Road 329
Location: Logansport
Existed: 1985–1999

State Road 329 was a state road in Cass County, Indiana. It was a connector from State Road 29's northern terminus at the U.S. Highway 24/U.S. Highway 35 bypass south of the city of Logansport to State Road 17's southern terminus at Business Route 24 and State Road 25 downtown.

From the south, its route followed Burlington Avenue north to East Cliff Drive, where its name then changes to South 3rd Street as it rounds a curve. This is two blocks north of the northwestern terminus of the former State Road 435. SR 329 then terminated at Market Street, the current route of eastbound traffic on Business 24/SR 25. To go westbound, traffic is routed one block farther north via the start of SR 17 onto East Broadway Street.

State Road 330[edit]

State Road 330
Location: Schererville - East of Merrillville
Existed: 1938–1946

State Road 330 was an old alignment of US 30 and also of the Lincoln Highway.

State Road 334[edit]

State Road 334
Location: Zionsville
Length: 6.3 mi[8] (10.1 km)
Existed: 1935–July 13, 2011

State Road 334 in the U.S. state of Indiana was a six-mile (10 km) route in southeastern Boone County. Its western terminus was Interstate 65 and its eastern terminus was at US 421

State Road 334 was decommissioned by the Indiana Department of Transportation in the summer of 2011 and turned over to local units of government. The portion within the Town of Whitestown was turned over to it and the portion within the Town of Zionsville was turned over to it. The bridges along the route were turned over to Boone County.[9][10]

State Road 343[edit]

State Road 343 ran from Indiana 43 in Cloverdale west to Indiana 243. It ran for 4.1 miles. The road is now known as Robert Weist Avenue in Cloverdale.

State Road 343
Location: Cloverdale
Existed: 1957–1974

State Road 345[edit]

State Road 345
Location: Dale
Existed: 1932–1966

State Road 345 connected the small communities of Lincoln City and Dale in Spencer County.

The southern terminus was at State Road 162 at the entrances to both the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial and Lincoln State Park. Its northern terminus was at U.S. 231 and State Road 62 south of Dale. This intersection was relocated a short distance south when the new-terrain U.S. 231 was built.

Today, former State Road 345 is Spencer County Road 300 East. It is, at least at its southern terminus, signed as part of the Lincoln Heritage Trail which was designated in the 1960s in Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky.

State Road 346[edit]

State Road 346
Location: Bloomington
Existed: 1961–1966

State Road 346 followed a part of 17th Street and Dunn Street in Bloomington, connecting State Road 46.

State Road 367[edit]

State Road 367
Location: Indianapolis
Existed: 1937–1960

State Road 367 was a short highway located in Marion County during the 1930s and 1960s, routed primarily along Pendleton Pike and Massachusetts Avenue. Its northern terminus was the junction with U.S. 36 and S.R. 67 at 38th Street and Pendleton Pike, and its southern terminus was the junction with U.S. 31 in downtown Indianapolis at Meridian Street. The route was sometimes marked as "Truck 367" on maps.[11]


  1. ^ Indiana State Highway Commission (September 30, 1931). State Highway System of Indiana (PDF) (Map). Indianapolis: Indiana State Highway Commission – via Indiana University Bloomington Libraries. 
  2. ^ a b Indiana State Highway Commission (January 1, 1932). State Highway System of Indiana (Map). 1:660,000. Indianapolis: Indiana State Highway Commission. § H10. OCLC 53092152 – via Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau. 
  3. ^ "New Roads in State System". The Daily Reporter. Greenfield. January 8, 1932. p. 1. Retrieved October 6, 2016 – via  open access publication – free to read
  4. ^ Indiana State Highway Commission (September 30, 1932). State Highway System of Indiana (PDF) (Map). Indianapolis: Indiana State Highway Commission. § H8–H10 – via Indiana University Bloomington Libraries. 
  5. ^ "South Bend Joins INDOT, Mishawaka and St. Joseph County in Highway Relinquishment Agreement (press release)". Indiana Department of Transportation. 1999-07-27. Retrieved 2009-04-23. 
  6. ^ "Nearly 1,000 Miles of Roads Absorbed". The Franklin Evening Star. April 22, 1932. p. 5. Retrieved August 25, 2016 – via  open access publication – free to read
  7. ^ "State Begins Care New Roads". The Daily Reporter. Greenfield. March 23, 1932. p. 4. Retrieved October 4, 2016 – via  open access publication – free to read
  8. ^ "Indiana Highway Ends - SR 334". Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
  9. ^ Rose, Rod (July 13, 2011). "Ind. 334 transfer to local governments complete". Zionsville Times Sentinel. Zionsville, Indiana: Retrieved 2013-12-16. 
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  11. ^ "Indiana Highway Ends - SR 367". Indiana Highway Ends. Highway Explorer. Retrieved 13 September 2011.