Indiana State Road 238

State Road 238 marker

State Road 238

Former SR 238 (Eastern) in red; Western in Light Gray
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Length: 10.41 mi[1] (16.75 km)
Existed: 1980s – 2010s
Major junctions
West end: SR 37 in Noblesville (At route establishment)
I-69 near Fishers (Truncated)
East end: SR 13 at Fortville
Counties: Hamilton, Hancock, Madison
Highway system
SR 237SR 240

State Road 238 (SR 238) was a short 6 miles (9.7 km) stretch of two-lane undivided road, mostly in Hamilton County, that traveled southeast from near Fishers (a northeast suburb of Indianapolis) to Fortville. The western portion was concurrent with Greenfield Avenue.

Route description

SR 238 heads southeast from the interchange with Interstate 69, heading toward Fortville. In Fortville, SR 238 enters town on Merrill Street and turns onto Michigan Street. At the intersection of Michigan Street and Main Street in Fortville is the eastern terminus of SR 238 at State Road 13.[2]


SR 238 connected Fortville and its western terminus at SR 37 in Noblesville.[3]

Major intersections

HamiltonFall Creek Township0.000.00 I-69 Indianapolis, Fort WayneWestern terminus of SR 238
No major junctions
HancockFortville10.4116.75 SR 13 LapelEastern terminus of SR 238
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


External links

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