Ohio State Route 14

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State Route 14 marker

State Route 14
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 80.56 mi[1] (129.65 km)
Existed: 1924 – present
Major junctions
West end: US 6.svgUS 20.svgUS 42.svgUS 422.svgOH-3.svgOH-8.svgOH-87.svg US 6 / US 20 / US 42 / US 422 / SR 3 / SR 8 / SR 87 in Cleveland
  I‑90 in Cleveland
I‑77 in Cleveland
I‑80 / Ohio Tpk. / I‑480 in Streetsboro
I‑76 near Ravenna
East end: PA 51 near East Palestine
Location
Counties: Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage, Mahoning, Columbiana
Highway system
SR 13 SR 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]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Cuyahoga Cleveland 0.0 0.0 US 6
US 422.svg US 422
Western terminus of US 422 and of US 422/SR 8/SR 14/SR 43/SR 87 concurrency.
0.1 0.2 US 20.svg US 20
0.6 1.0 OH-10.svg SR 10
I-90.svg I-90
I-77.svg I-77
Eastern terminus of SR 10;
I-90 Exit 171A-B;
I-77 Exit 162B.
0.9 1.4 US 422 / SR 8 / SR 87 Eastern terminus of US 422/SR 14 concurrency.
2.2 3.5 I-490.svg I-490 Access to westbound and from eastbound I-490 only;
I-490 Exit 2A.
2.6 4.2 I-77.svg I-77 Access to southbound and from northbound I-77 only;
I-77 Exit 161A.
5.5 8.9 OH-43.svg SR 43 Southern terminus of concurrency; SR 43 departs east.
Garfield Heights 7.7 12.4 I-480.svg I-480 SR 14 passes under interstate 0.4 mi. later;
I-480 Exit 23.
Maple Heights 8.8 14.2 OH-17.svg SR 17
Bedford 12.2 19.6 OH-8.svg SR 8
Oakwood 13.2 21.2 I‑271 / I‑480 SR 14 joins Outerbelt East Freeway; I-271 Exit 23;
northern terminus of old SR 14 alignment.
14.7 23.7 I-271.svg I-271 I-271 departs concurrency south; I-271 Exit 21.
Summit Twinsburg 18.9 30.4 OH-82.svg SR 82 Exit 36 (I-480)
19.7 31.7 OH-91.svg SR 91 Exit 37 (I-480)
Portage Streetsboro 24.7 39.8 I‑80 / Ohio Tpk.
I-480.svg I-480
Eastern terminus of I-480 and of its concurrency with SR 14;
ramps are 0.3 mi. later;
Turnpike/I-80 Exit 187; I-480 Exit 42.
26.4 42.5 OH-303.svg SR 303 Western terminus of concurrency; SR 303 continues west.
26.5 42.6 OH-43.svg SR 43
26.7 43.0 OH-303.svg SR 303 Eastern terminus of concurrency; SR 303 continues east.
Ravenna 33.5 53.9 OH-44.svg SR 44 Western terminus of concurrency; SR 44 continues north;
northern terminus of former SR 44 alignment.
34.4 55.4 OH-88.svg SR 88
Ravenna Township 35.9 57.8 OH-59.svg SR 59 Former cross-alignment of SR 5.
36.3 58.4 SR 5 / SR 44 Eastern terminus of SR 14/SR 44 concurrency
Edinburg Township 40.8 65.7 I-76.svg I-76 I-76 Exit 43.
41.6 66.9 OH-183.svg SR 183 Northern terminus of SR 183.
Deerfield Township 48.7 78.4 US 224 / SR 225
Mahoning Goshen Township 56.0 90.1 OH-534.svg SR 534
56.6 91.1 OH-165.svg SR 165
58.8 94.6 To US 62 / SR 45 Western terminus of SR 14T
Columbiana Salem 61.1 98.3 US 62 / SR 45
61.7 99.3 OH-173.svg SR 173 SR 173 joins from the west. Former west alignment of US 62.
62.3 100.3 OH-9.svg SR 9
OH-173.svg SR 173
Western terminus of concurrency; SR 9 continues south;
former north alignment of SR 45.
Eastern terminus of SR 173.
62.6 100.7 OH-9.svg SR 9
OH-344.svg SR 344
Eastern terminus of concurrency; SR 9 continues north;
northern terminus of SR 344;
former north alignment of US 62;
former south alignment of SR 45.
Columbiana 70.9 114.1 OH-46.svg SR 46
OH-164.svg SR 164
Western terminus of SR 14/SR 46 concurrency; SR 46 continues north;
former cross-alignment of SR 46; southern terminus of former SR 14/SR 46 concurrency;
eastern terminus of former SR 14 Alt;
SR 14 straddles Mahoning-Columbiana county line.
73.7 118.6 SR 7 / SR 46 Eastern terminus of SR 14/SR 46 concurrency;
northern terminus of SR 7/SR 46 concurrency;
SR 7 continues north.
Unity Township 78.9 127.0 OH-165.svg SR 165
OH-170.svg SR 170
Western terminus of concurrency
79.5 127.9 SR 165 / SR 170 Eastern terminus of concurrency
81.2 130.7 PA-51.svg PA 51 Continuation into Pennsylvania
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Route 14 Temporary[edit]

State Route 14 Temporary (Route 14T) is a 2.73-mile-long[1] bypass around the city of Salem. Route 14T, a four-lane highway, begins at SR 14, Cleveland East Liverpool Road, in Mahoning County. Route 14T crosses into Columbiana County and passes under County Route 61, Goshen Road. Route 14T continues East and intersects US 62. Route 14T continues dually certified as US 62 and ends at US 62's intersection with SR 45.

Route 14 Alternate[edit]

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]

  1. ^ a b 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
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i Route 14 (The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site) by John Simpson