Indiana State Road 237
|Maintained by INDOT|
|Length:||15.316 mi (24.649 km)|
|Length:||5.370 mi (8.642 km)|
|South end:||KY 69 at Cannelton|
|North end:||SR 37 near Tell City|
|Length:||9.946 mi (16.007 km)|
|South end:||SR 62 / SR 66 at Sulphur|
|I-64 near Sulphur|
|North end:||SR 37 / SR 64 at English|
|Counties:||Perry County, Crawford County|
The Perry County segment of SR 237, which connects to SR 37 about 1-mile (1.6 km) northeast of Tell City, Indiana, provides access to Hawesville, Kentucky, via the Bob Cummings - Lincoln Trail Bridge in Cannelton. This segment of 237 is 5.6 miles (9.0 km) in length and replaced an older, winding and narrow segment in 2004.
The Crawford County segment was created on November 21, 2007, when an 8.9-mile (14.3 km) segment of SR 37 from Interstate 64 at Sulphur to SR 64 at English was renumbered as SR 237. The redesignation is due to SR 37's designation being transferred to a new route (the Frank O'Bannon Highway) from I-64 to SR 64 and SR 145 between St. Croix and Eckerty.
In addition, a proposed highway by-pass of Paoli, the seat of Orange County, may carry the SR 237 designation as well. This project is still in the planning stages and construction has yet to be scheduled.
|Ohio River||0.000||0.000||Bob Cummings Lincoln Trail Bridge; Indiana–Kentucky state line|
|KY 69 south||Continuation into Kentucky|
|Perry||Cannelton||0.405||0.652||SR 66 – Tell City|
|Troy Township||5.370||8.642||SR 37 to I-64||Northern terminus of the southern section of SR 237|
|Gap in route|
|Crawford||Sulphur||5.371||8.644||SR 62 / SR 66||Southern terminus of the northern section of SR 237|
|I-64 – St. Louis, Louisville|
|SR 37 / SR 64 – New Albany, Marengo Cave National Landmark, Huntingburg||Northern terminus of SR 237|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "New highway marks milestone for association,"  Bedford Times-Mail, November 21, 2007