Interstate 69 South - Interstate 64 to Evansville

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Interstate 69 Indiana State Road 57 South
I-69/SR 57 south enters Vanderburgh County at the CR 900 North overpass south of the I-64 cloverleaf interchange (Exit 21BA). 09/08/20
The section of I-69 between I-64 and U.S. 41 doubles as the Robert D. Orr Highway, named after the 45th governor of Indiana. 09/08/20
SR 57 branches southwest to Daylight and Evansville Regional Airport (EVV) at Exit 18 in one mile. 09/08/20
Boonville-New Harmony Road (Exit 15) joins I-69 with Darmstadt in 4.5 miles while Lynch Road extends west to the Greater Oakhill neighborhood of Evansville. 09/08/20
Coal Mine Road (County Road 800N) spans the Robert D. Orr Highway one half mile out from SR 57 south to Daylight. 09/08/20
SR 57 lines the north side of Evansville Regional Airport (EVV) near its end at U.S. 41 in the northern reaches of Evansville. 09/08/20
SR 57 leaves I-69 south at a wye interchange (Exit 18) on an 8.3 mile course southwest to Daylight, the airport, and U.S. 41. 09/08/20
Interstate 69 South
A second wye interchange adds traffic from northbound SR 57 and Old SR 57 ahead of this reassurance marker. 09/08/20
I-69 advances 16.5 miles to U.S. 41 near the Kentucky border. The routing to U.S. 41 is temporary until a new Ohio River crossing is built into the Bluegrass State. 09/08/20
Booneville-New Harmony Road stretches across Vanderburgh County between St. Wendel and the diamond interchange (Exit 15) with I-69. 09/08/20
Booneville-New Harmony Road connects I-69 with Millersburg in adjacent Warrick County and Daylight nearby. 09/08/20
A ramp departs I-69 southbound for Exit 15 (Booneville-New Harmony Road). Originally extended during construction of the Robert D. Orr Highway, Boonville-New Harmony Road serves the northeastern suburbs of Evansville. 09/08/20
Confirming shield for I-69 south posted ahead of Schlensker Ditch. 09/08/20
Lynch Road represents the first urban interchange (Exit 10) in 3.75 miles. SR 62 (Morgan Road) follows one mile beyond Lynch Road. 09/08/20
Lynch Road travels west from SR 62 at Stevenson to meet I-69 at a folded diamond interchange (Exit 10). 09/08/20
I-69 spans Olmstead Road one half mile ahead of Lynch Road (Exit 10). Lynch Road continues west from I-69 to the Lakewood residential area and an industrial park east of U.S. 41. 09/08/20
SR 62 (Morgan Avenue) ties into I-69 south at a folded diamond interchange (Exit 9) next. Overall, SR 62 travels 277.2 miles through the Hoosier State, and replaced U.S. 460 in 1977. 09/08/20
I-69 (Robert D. Orr Highway) proceeds one half mile south to Morgan Avenue (SR 62). 09/08/20
This confirming marker is posted ahead of Old Boonville Highway (former U.S. 460), which angles southwest to SR 62 at Smythe. SR 62 east connects I-69 with Chandler and the Warrick County seat of Boonville. 09/08/20
SR 62 overlays Morgan Avenue west of I-69 along an undivided arterial to a merge with U.S. 41 south. The state road overtakes the Lloyd Expressway between U.S. 41 and Poplar Grove. 09/08/20
Oak Grove Road passes over I-69 one mile out from a cloverleaf interchange (Exit 7BA) with SR 66 (Lloyd Expressway). SR 66 generally follows the course of the Ohio River from Evansville east to Leavenworth as part of a 153.8-mile route. 09/08/20
SR 66 (Lloyd Expressway) constitutes a busy commuter route between Downtown Evansville and Newburgh. The Lloyd Expressway, completed in 1988, varies between controlled access arterial and elevated expressway throughout Vanderburgh County. 09/08/20
SR 662 (Covert Avenue) follows the Lloyd Expressway in two miles. 09/08/20
Exit 7B departs I-69 southbound for SR 66 (Lloyd Expressway) west into central Evansville along a heavily commercialized route. 09/08/20
A loop ramp joins I-69 south with SR 66 east at Exit 7A. SR 66 extends east and south of Newburgh along a four lane divided highway. 09/08/20
Interstate 69 (Robert D. Orr Highway) south crosses into Warrick County beyond SR 62 (Exits 7BA). 09/08/20
Development lines both sides of Interstate 69 along the ensuing stretch to SR 662 (Covert Avenue). 09/08/20
SR 662 east and Covert Avenue west come together at a parclo interchange (Exit 5) in three quarters of a mile. 09/08/20
SR 662 angles 1.5 miles southeast from I-69 to the Newburgh city line at Ellerbusch Road. 09/08/20
Green River Road (Exit 3) is the penultimate interchange along I-69 south in 2.75 miles. 09/08/20
Covert Avenue travels west along the Evansville street grid between I-69 and U.S. 41 near the Akin Park neighborhood. Exit 5 also serves Angel Mounds State Historic Site near the Ohio River. 09/08/20
Leaving Exit 5 (SR 662), the Robert D. Orr Highway curves west back into Vanderburgh County. 09/08/20
Interstate 69 rises over Fuquay Road as the freeway advances west to Green River Road (Exit 3) and U.S. 41 (Exit 0). 09/08/20
The Robert D. Orr Highway lines the Seasons Ridge subdivision 1.25 miles out from Green River Road. 09/08/20
Spanning Pollack Avenue one mile ahead of a parclo interchange (Exit 3) with Green River Road along I-69 south. Green River Road extends north through eastern Evansville to Daylight. 09/08/20
Interstate 69 travels an elevated section of terrain along this stretch to Green River Road (Exit 3). 09/08/20
Green River Road ties into I-69 from Old Green River Road 0.8 miles to the south. Continuing north into Evansville, Green River Road turns into a major thoroughfare to a point beyond Eastland Mall at Smythe. 09/08/20
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I-69 advances south 1.50 miles to its conclusion at a cloverleaf interchange (Exit 0) with U.S. 41/Veterans Memorial Parkway. U.S. 41 south joins I-69 with its counterpart in Henderson, Kentucky. 09/08/20
Commercial trucks are restricted from using Veterans Memorial Parkway leading into Downtown Evansville. 09/08/20
Traffic departs in unison for U.S. 41 to Henderson, Evansville, and Vincennes. Veterans Memorial Parkway continues the freeway northwest to Shawnee Drive at Sunset Park. Riverside Drive lines the Ohio Riverfront to Fulton Avenue ahead of Lloyd Expressway. 09/08/20
I-69 officially concludes in Indiana ahead of the crossing to U.S. 41 (Exit 0). The Kentucky portion of I-69 resumes 9.1 miles south along U.S. 41 at Henderson. 09/08/20
Ramps leave along the c/d roadway in succession to U.S. 41 north into Evansville, south to Henderson, and to Kentucky Avenue. 09/08/20
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Motorists entering from U.S. 41 northbound continue ahead to Veterans Memorial Parkway as a ramp loops away to U.S. 41 south across the Ohio River into Kentucky. Kentucky Avenue represents former U.S. 41 Business, leading north to the Glenwood and Bellemeade neighborhoods. 09/08/20


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09/08/20 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 64
Interstate 69
U.S. 41
Lloyd Expressway - State Road 62 and State Road 66

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