|Distance:||5.8 miles (9.3 km)|
|Meets:||A57, A618, B6066, A631|
|Route outline (key)|
The B6067 is a semi-urban B-road in southern Yorkshire.
The road starts on the A57 immediately to the west of M1 J31. Traffic off the B6067 is forced to turn left onto the A57 and must do a full loop of the motorway roundabout to head west; all other movements are allowed. The B6067 heads west from here along the original line of the A57 into Aston. After passing the village centre the road TOTSOs right at its original starting point, with the ex-A57 ahead being unclassified.
The B6067 now heads northwest along Aughton Lane, with houses on the left and fields on the right. Aughton itself is entered seamlessly and there the road reaches a T-junction on the A618. After a short multiplex north along the A618, the B6067 regains its number by turning left on the edge of the village. It heads west through open countryside and passes a wood before reaching the next village, Treeton. The road turns left at a roundabout to pass through the village centre before going over a railway line at a narrow bridge controlled by traffic lights. The road then bends to the right and heads north through a wood before crossing the River Rother to reach Catcliffe and a roundabout on the B6066.
There is then another multiplex north along the B6066 which goes under a disused railway line and the A630 before the B6067 turns left at a mini-roundabout immediately before a bridge under the M1. The road runs parallel to the motorway for a short distance before bending to the right to go under it. Actually, construction of both the M1 and A630 severed the original route of the B6067 (which originally went along the straighter course of Brinsworth Road). The B6067 heads north on its final straight around the edge of Brinsworth and ends at a T-junction on the A631.