Interstate 680 (Ohio)
|Maintained by ODOT|
|Length:||16.43 mi (26.44 km)|
|South end:||I‑76 / Ohio Turnpike in North Lima|
| US 224 in Boardman
US 62 / SR 7 in Youngstown
SR 711 in Youngstown
|North end:||I‑80 / SR 11 near Mineral Ridge|
Interstate 680 (I-680) in the State of Ohio is the primary Interstate Highway passing through Youngstown, Ohio. Its northern terminus is at Interstate 80 and its southern terminus is at Interstate 76, the Ohio Turnpike.
I-680 begins at a junction with I-80 and SR 11 in Austintown. It verges southeast through a residential area in northeastern Austintown until crossing into Youngstown at milepost 2. The Interstate continues through residential areas until meeting the southern edge of downtown Youngstown. Once leaving downtown, the roadway turns south, bound for I-76. I-680 passes through residential Boardman and finally exiting into Mahoning County. Once passing Western Reserve Road, the Interstate becomes a spur of the Ohio Turnpike, making I-680 into a toll road. It passes through residential Mahoning County until reaching its terminus at the Ohio Turnpike.
The entire route is in Mahoning County.
|Austintown Township||0.00||0.00||—||I‑80 west – Cleveland|
|0.07||0.11||1||SR 11 south – Canfield||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|Youngstown||2.06||3.32||2||To I‑80 east / Meridian Road|
|3.02||4.86||3A||SR 711 east to I‑80 east / M.L. King Boulevard (US 422) – New York, Girard|
|3.74||6.02||3B||Belle Vista Avenue, Connecticut Avenue||Signed as exit 3C northbound|
|4.29||6.90||4B||Salt Springs Road||Northbound exit and southbound entrance|
|4.40||7.08||4A||SR 193 to US 422|
|5.08||8.18||5||Mahoning Avenue, Glenwood Avenue|
|6.03||9.70||6||To US 62 west / SR 7 south / Market Street – Downtown Youngstown||Southbound exit and northbound entrance; signed as exits 6A (US 62/SR 7) and 6B (Downtown)|
|6.28||10.11||6||US 62 east / SR 7 north – Hubbard||Signed as exit 6B southbound|
|7.05||11.35||7||To US 62 west / SR 7 south / South Avenue – Downtown Youngstown|
|8.18||13.16||8||Indianola Avenue, Shirley Road|
|9.23||14.85||9||SR 170 – Struthers||Signed as exits 9A (west) and 9B (east) southbound|
|Boardman Township||11.81||19.01||11||US 224 – Canfield, Poland||Signed as exits 11A (west) and 11B (east) southbound|
|14.37||23.13||14||SR 164 / Western Reserve Road||Last free exit southbound|
|Beaver Township||16.43||26.44||—||I‑76 east / Ohio Turnpike east – Pittsburgh|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "Route Log - Auxiliary Routes of the Eisenhower National System Of Interstate and Defense Highways - Table 2". Federal Highway Administration. Retrieved 5 October 2014.
- Ohio Department of Transportation, Straight Line Diagrams (2007), accessed July 2008
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