Map of Bennington County in southwestern Vermont with VT 67 highlighted in red
|Maintained by VTrans|
|Length||4.254 mi  (6.846 km)|
|West end||NY 67 at Shaftsbury|
|East end||VT 7A in Shaftsbury|
State highways in Vermont
Vermont Route 67 is an east–west state highway in Bennington County, Vermont, United States. It runs from the New York state line in Shaftsbury to VT 7A farther east in the town. VT 67 also passes through the village of North Bennington.
VT 67 starts at the New York state line as an eastward continuation of New York State Route 67. It curves twice, intersecting with White Creek Road, a continuation of Washington County, New York, County Route 68.
In North Bennington, VT 67 meets the northern terminus of VT 67A. As it does so, it curves straight north, with a secondary street (Houghton Street) leading to Lake Paran. After the intersection with Hawks Avenue, it takes a northeasterly path, ending at VT 7A in Shaftsbury.
|Location ||mi ||km||Destinations||Notes|
|Shaftsbury||0.000||0.000||NY 67 – North Hoosick||Continuation into New York|
|North Bennington||2.021||3.252||VT 67A – Bennington||Northern terminus of VT 67A|
|Shaftsbury||4.254||6.846||VT 7A – Shaftsbury Center, Arlington, South Shaftsbury, Bennington|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
|Length||3.348 mi  (5.388 km)|
Vermont Route 67A is a north–south state highway in Bennington County. It extends for 3.348 miles (5.388 km) from VT 7A in Bennington to VT 67 in North Bennington. VT 67A connects to VT 279 via an interchange located roughly 0.43 miles (0.69 km) north of VT 7A. 
Vermont Route 67A Connector was a connector route of VT 67A in Bennington. It was a short limited-access highway linking VT 67A to U.S. Route 7. VT 67A Connector was assigned in 1974  and removed in 2004 concurrent to the assignment of VT 279. 
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