B67 (Northern Ireland)
|Location Map ( geo)|
|Distance:||16.4 miles (26.4 km)|
|Meets:||A44, B147, B86, B66, B62, A29, B17|
|Route outline (key)|
The road starts to the west of Ballycastle, at a TOTSO on the A44, and heads southwest along Moyarget Road, presently reaching the B147. Remarkably, given that the two roads here are both S2 Class II, the B67 goes under the B147 and the roads are connected via a simple GSJ, with the bridge known as the Dry Arch.
The road continues west through Moss-Side to Derrykeighan where it crosses the B66 at a staggered crossroads. The road then goes over the Bush River to reach Ballybogy and a T-junction on the B62. There is a short multiplex north to the edge of the village and the B67 regains its number by turning left.
After going through Ballyrashane the B67 reaches a roundabout on the A29 Coleraine bypass. The road continues ahead into the centre of town, ending on the B17 by the station at a triangular junction which actually straddles the level crossing.