Ohio State Route 14

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State Route 14 marker

State Route 14
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length80.56 mi[1] (129.65 km)
Existed1924–present
Major junctions
West end US 6 / US 20 / US 422 / SR 8 / SR 43 / SR 87 at Public Square in Cleveland
 
East end PA 51 near East Palestine
Location
CountiesCuyahoga, Summit, Portage, Mahoning, Columbiana
Highway system
SR 13SR 15

State Route 14, located in northeastern Ohio, runs from U.S. Route 6/U.S. Route 42/State Route 3 in Downtown Cleveland southeasterly to the Pennsylvania state line near East Palestine; Pennsylvania Route 51 continues southeasterly from there.

History[edit]

  • 1924 – Original route established;[2] original alignment was along its current alignment from Bedford to Unity, SR 170’s current alignment from Unity to East Palestine, and SR 165’s current alignment from East Palestine to the Pennsylvania state line.[3]
  • 1931 – Extended to Cleveland via the former alignment of SR 8.[3]
  • 1946 – Eastern terminus moved to current location via the former alignment of SR 165.[3]
  • 1951 – Aligned with US 224 from Deerfield to Canfield and with SR 46 from Canfield to Columbiana; Deerfield-Columbiana alignment changed to SR 14A (Alternate).[3]
  • 1957 – Routed around Ravenna via bypass route.[3]
  • 1966 – Freeway alignment from Bedford to current I-80 in Streetsboro was established and was dually signed with I-80.[3]
  • 1969 – Canfield bypass (current SR 446) added.[3]
  • 1971 – Bedford-Streetsboro freeway alignment designation changed to I-480/SR 14 (I-80 designation dropped).[3]
  • 1984 – Deerfield-Columbiana reverted to SR 14 designation; SR 14A designation dropped; Canfield bypass signed SR 446.[3]

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[1]kmExitDestinationsNotes
CuyahogaCleveland0.000.00 US 6 / US 20 / US 422 east / SR 8 south / SR 43 east / SR 87 south (Public Square)Termini of US 422, SR 8, SR 43, SR 87
0.600.97 SR 10 west (Lorain Avenue) / I-77 south / I-90 west to I-71 – Akron, AirportEastern terminus of SR 10; exit 162B on I-77; exits 171A-B on I-90
0.901.45 US 422 east / SR 8 south / SR 87 east (Orange Avenue) to I-90 / Woodland AvenueEastern terminus of concurrency with US 422 / SR 8 / SR 87;
future concurrency terminus with SR 10
2.203.54 I-490 west to I-71 – ToledoExit 2A on I-490
2.604.18 I-77 south – AkronExit 161A on I-77
5.508.85 SR 43 east (Miles Avenue)Eastern terminus of concurrency with SR 43
Garfield Heights7.7012.39 I-480 – Toledo, YoungstownExit 23 on I-480
Maple Heights8.8014.16 SR 17 (Libby Road)No eastbound left turns to SR 17 east
Oakwood13.2021.2423 I-271 north / I-480 westWestern terminus of concurrency with I-271 / I-480
14.7023.6621 I-271 south – Akron, ColumbusEastern terminus of concurrency with I-271
SummitTwinsburg18.9030.4236 SR 82 – Aurora, Twinsburg
19.7031.7037 SR 91 – Twinsburg, Hudson
24.3439.1741Frost Road
PortageStreetsboro24.7039.7542 I-80 / Ohio Turnpike – Youngstown, ToledoEastern terminus of I-480; exit 187 on I-80 / Turnpike
26.4042.49 SR 303 westWestern terminus of concurrency with SR 303
26.5042.65 SR 43 – Aurora, Kent
26.7042.97 SR 303 eastEastern terminus of concurrency with SR 303
Ravenna33.5053.91 SR 44 north – Mantua, Portage County AirportWestern terminus of concurrency with SR 44
34.4055.36 SR 88 – Garrettsville
Ravenna Township35.9057.78 SR 59 – WarrenFormer alignment of SR 5
36.3058.42 SR 5 / SR 44 southInterchange; eastern terminus of concurrency with SR 44
Edinburg Township40.8065.66 I-76 – Akron, YoungstownExit 43 on I-76
41.6066.95 SR 183 south – AllianceNorthern terminus of SR 183
Deerfield Township48.7078.38 US 224 / SR 225 – Atwater, CanfieldTraffic circle
MahoningGoshen Township56.0090.12 SR 534 to SR 165 west
56.6091.09 SR 165 – North Lima, Beloit
58.8094.63 To US 62 east / SR 45 north (via SR 14T east)Western terminus of SR 14T
ColumbianaSalem61.1098.33 US 62 / SR 45 – Canfield, Lisbon
61.7099.30 SR 173 west (State Street) – AllianceWestern terminus of concurrency with SR 173 (former US 62)
62.30100.26 SR 9 south (Ellsworth Avenue) / SR 173 westWestern terminus of concurrency with SR 9 (former SR 45); eastern terminus of SR 173
62.60100.74 SR 9 north / SR 344 south (Lincoln Avenue)Eastern terminus of concurrency with SR 9 (former US 62); northern terminus of SR 344 (former SR 45)
ColumbianaMahoning
county line
Columbiana70.90114.10 SR 46 north to SR 11 – LisbonWestern terminus of concurrency with SR 46
77.40124.56 SR 164 to SR 11 – Columbiana, Youngstown
Columbiana73.70118.61 SR 7 / SR 46 south – Youngstown, RogersEastern terminus of concurrency with SR 46
Unity Township78.90126.98 SR 165 north – New SpringfieldWestern terminus of concurrency with SR 165
78.90126.98 SR 170 north – PetersburgWestern terminus of concurrency SR 170
79.50127.94 SR 165 south / SR 170 south – East PalestineEastern terminus of concurrency with SR 165 / SR 170
81.20130.68 PA 51 southEastern terminus of SR 14 at Pennsylvania state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 14 Temporary[edit]


State Route 14 Temporary
LocationSalem
Length2.73 mi[1] (4.39 km)

State Route 14 Temporary (SR 14T) is a 2.73-mile-long[1] bypass around the city of Salem. SR 14T, a four-lane highway, begins at SR 14, Cleveland – East Liverpool Road, in Mahoning County. SR 14T crosses into Columbiana County and passes under County Route 61 and Goshen Road. SR 14T then has a diamond interchange with US 62 and SR 45. Exit ramps provide access from SR 14T to US 62 west and SR 45 south, and the two highways merge onto the SR 14T right-of-way as it continues past its terminus.

Although the SR 14T designation is unsigned, signs on the road read "TO US 62 / SR 45". The entire route is built to freeway standards with a speed limit of 65 miles per hour (105 km/h).

Major intersections
CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
MahoningGoshen Township0.000.00 SR 14 – Salem, RavennaAt-grade intersection
ColumbianaPerry Township2.734.39 US 62 west / SR 45 south – Lisbon, SalemDiamond interchange
US 62 east / SR 45 northContinuation beyond eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 14 Alternate[edit]

State Route 14A
LocationDeerfieldColumbiana
Existed1951–1984

State Route 14A existed from 1951 to 1984 and followed what has been State Route 14 outside of that period between US 224 and SR 46 (see History section).

References[edit]

Route map:

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b c d Ohio Department of Transportation. "Technical Services Straight Line Diagrams".
  2. ^ Explanation of the Ohio State Highway System (The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site) by John Simpson[unreliable source] Archived May 23, 2006, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Route 14 (The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site) by John Simpson[unreliable source] Archived December 14, 2004, at the Wayback Machine