Arkansas Highway 367 (AR 367 or Hwy. 367) is a designation for two north–south state highways in Arkansas. A southern route of 15.03 miles (24.19 km) travels north from U.S. Route 167 (US 167) in East End north to US 70 in Little Rock. A northern route of 81.52 miles (131.19 km) begins in Cabot at US 67/AR 5/AR 321 and travels northeast to US 412 in Walnut Ridge.
The southern segment begins in Little Rock, Arkansas at an intersection with US 70 (Roosevelt Road) as part of Arch Street. Its southern terminus is at an intersection with US 167 south of East End, Arkansas. Traveling generally north to south, it is a former alignment of US 167. It is commonly known as "Arch Street" or "Arch Street Pike" after the Little Rock street.
The northern segment begins at an intersection with US 412 and AR 34 at Walnut Ridge; its southern terminus is in Cabot, Arkansas at an intersection with US 67, AR 5, and AR 321. Traveling mostly northeast to southwest, it is a former alignment of US 67.
The northern terminus is at an intersection with US 67 / US 167/ US 64 north of Beebe. Arkansas. Its southern terminus is in Beebe at an intersection with AR 367. It continues south as N. Pecan St.