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Indiana State Road 57

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State Road 57 marker

State Road 57
SR 57 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Length83.19 mi[2] (133.88 km)
ExistedOctober 1, 1926[1]–present
Major junctions
South end US 41 at Evansville
  I-69 at Evansville
I-64 near Evansville
US 150 at Washington
North end US 231 at Worthington
CountiesDaviess, Gibson, Greene, Pike, Vanderburgh
Highway system
SR 56SR 58

State Road 57 (SR 57) in the U.S. state of Indiana is a north–south, largely two-lane road in the southwestern portion of the state.

Route description

Southern terminus of SR 57 at US 41
Southern terminus of SR 57 at US 41

SR 57 begins at U.S. Highway 41 in Evansville and provides access to Evansville Regional Airport. It is routed concurrently with Interstate 69 to SR 68 just north of Interstate 64 then is concurrent with SR 68 for roughly 1 mile before resuming its original route. The highway serves a number of small communities and the cities of Oakland City, Petersburg and Washington. The final few miles of SR 57 are concurrent with US 231. SR 57 ends at the south junction of US 231 and SR 67, three miles (4.8 km) southwest of Worthington.

In 2009, a portion of SR 57 was relocated onto the new I-69 route and overlapped with SR 68. The original route has been removed and now exists only as a service road to the Warrick County Industrial Park.

Prior to Interstate 69, SR 57 had been a frequently congested highway with a number of dangerous intersections, such as SR 68 near Haubstadt, SR 168 in Mackey, SR 64 in Oakland City, SR 56 and SR 61 in Petersburg, US 50 in Washington and SR 58 in Elnora. The road had been widened in a number of spots to accommodate the heavy volume.

Major intersections

VanderburghEvansville0.000.00 US 41 – EvansvilleSouthern terminus of SR 57
Scott Township8.6313.89 I-69 south – EvansvilleSouthern end of I-69 concurrency, Former I-164
GibsonJohnson Township10.0616.19 I-64 - Louisville, St. LouisFormer northern terminus of I-164, former southern terminus of I-69
WarrickGreer Township11.6618.76 I-69 north / SR 68 west – HaubstadtNorthern end of I-69 concurrency; western end of SR 68 concurrency
SR 68 east – DaleEastern end of SR 68 concurrency
GibsonMackey17.3527.92 SR 168 west – Fort BranchEastern terminus of SR 168
Oakland City22.7136.55 SR 64 – Princeton, Huntingburg
24.8940.06 SR 357 south – Oakland CityNorthern terminus of SR 357
PikePetersburg35.5757.24 SR 56 westWestern end of SR 56 concurrency
36.0958.08 SR 56 east / SR 61 – Jasper, Boonville, VincennesNorthern terminus of concurrency of SR 56 after 0.52 mi.
36.2458.32 SR 356 east – JasperWestern terminus of SR 356
DaviessWashington47.6776.72 US 50 / US 150 – Vincennes, Bedford, Paoli
Plainville60.4397.25 SR 358 west – BicknellSouthern end of SR 358 concurrency
Elmore Township63.98102.97 SR 358 east – OdonNorthern end of SR 358 concurrency
Elnora66.62107.21 SR 58 west – SandbornWestern end of SR 58 concurrency
66.74107.41 SR 58 east – OdonEastern end of SR 58 concurrency
GreeneFairplay Township79.90128.59 US 231 south / SR 54 – Bloomfield, Switz CitySouthern end of US 231 concurrency
83.19133.88 US 231 north / SR 67 – Worthington, Switz CityNorthern end of US 231 concurrency; northern terminus of SR 57
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "Road Numbers to Be Changed". The Hancock-Democrat. The Indianapolis News. September 30, 1926. Retrieved June 9, 2016 – via open access
  2. ^ a b Indiana Department of Transportation (2004). Reference Post Book (PDF). Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Transportation. Archived (PDF) from the original on October 6, 2014.

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