Ohio State Route 126

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State Route 126 marker

State Route 126
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 41.23 mi[1][2] (66.35 km)
Existed: 1926 – present
Major junctions
West end: SR 129 / SR 252 near Scipio
  I‑75 in Cincinnati
I‑71 in Montgomery
East end: US 50 / SR 28 in Milford
Location
Counties: Butler, Hamilton, Clermont
Highway system
SR 125 SR 128

State Route 126 (SR 126) is a state route starting at the Ohio-Indiana border, at a split with State Route 129 near Scipio, Ohio, and ending east of Cincinnati at an intersection with U.S. Route 50 in Milford.

State Route 126 is locally known for comprising most of Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway, a freeway that splits off south Interstate 275 west of Cincinnati, crosses Interstate 75, and ends shortly after an intersection with Interstate 71. The westernmost portion of the highway is designated, but not signed, as Hamilton County Route 453. Ronald Reagan Highway was originally planned to extend eastward to Milford, but local opposition to the project in Indian Hill forced planners to abandon the segment east of Montgomery. Instead, it continues past Interstate 71 as a short divided highway until it merges with Montgomery Road (U.S. Route 22/State Route 3) near the Montgomery Heritage District.

Major junctions[edit]

County Location Mile[2] km Destinations Notes
Butler ReilyMorgan
township line
0.00 0.00 SR 252 west – Brookville Indiana state line
0.02 0.03 SR 129 east – Hamilton Western terminus of SR 129
Morgan Township 7.66 12.33 SR 748 north (Millville Shandon Road) – Millville Southern terminus of SR 748
Ross Township 11.46 18.44 SR 128 south (Hamilton Cleves Road) / Cincinnati Brookville Road – Cleves Western end of SR 128 concurrency
12.54 20.18 US 27 north / SR 128 north (Hamilton Cleves Road) – Oxford, Hamilton Interchange; eastern end of SR 128 concurrency; western end of US 27 concurrency
West end of expressway
Hamilton Colerain Township 13.27 21.36 East Miami River Road – Fairfield Grade-separated single-loop intersection
14.82 23.85 Kemper Road Interchange
East end of expressway
17.56 28.26 I‑275 to I‑74 / I‑75 – Indianapolis, Dayton Exit 33 (I-275)
19.75–
19.92
31.78–
32.06
US 27 south (Colerain Avenue) / Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway west Interchange; eastern end of US 27 concurrency
West end of freeway
Mount Healthy
North College Hill city line
22.13 35.61 US 127 (Hamilton Avenue) – Mount Healthy, North College Hill
Springfield Township 23.90 38.46 Winton Road Westbound exit / eastbound entrance only
24.58 39.56 Galbraith Road / Winton Road
Cincinnati 26.68–
27.06
42.94–
43.55
I‑75 – Cincinnati, Dayton Exit 10A (I-75); no access from I-75 southbound, from westbound SR 126 to I-75 northbound
Reading 28.10 45.22 US 42 (Reading Avenue) / Galbraith Road Eastbound exit / westbound entrance only
28.52 45.90 Galbraith Road to US 42 (Reading Avenue) / I‑75 north Westbound exit / eastbound entrance only
Amberley 29.39 47.30 Ridge Road
Blue Ash 31.27 50.32 Plainfield Road / Hunt Road
31.91–
32.15
51.35–
51.74
Blue Ash Road / Kenwood Road
Montgomery
Sycamore Township line
East end of freeway
32.73 52.67 I‑71 – Cincinnati, Columbus Exit 14 (I-71)
Montgomery 33.34 53.66 US 22 west / SR 3 south (Montgomery Avenue) Interchange; western end of US 22 / SR 3 concurrency
33.99 54.70 US 22 east / SR 3 north (Montgomery Avenue) / Remington Road Interchange; western end of US 22 / SR 3 concurrency
Clermont
No major junctions
Hamilton Milford 41.23 66.35 US 50 / SR 28 east (Wooster Pike) Western terminus of SR 28
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

List of unused highways in Ohio

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