Ohio State Route 29

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State Route 29 marker

State Route 29
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 102.94 mi[1] (165.67 km)
Existed: 1924 – present
Major junctions
West end: SR 67 near Celina
  I‑75 near Sidney
I‑70 near West Jefferson
East end: US 40 in West Jefferson
Location
Counties: Mercer, Auglaize, Shelby, Champaign, Madison
Highway system
SR 28 SR 31

State Route 29 (SR 29) is an east–west state highway in the west-central portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. Its western terminus is at the Indiana state line near Celina, where State Road 67 continues west. It continues east to St. Marys where it junctions with U.S. Route 33. In that town, it also crosses State Route 66, State Route 116, and State Route 703, which was its former alignment before a divided highway was built. After turning south it crosses State Route 219 in New Knoxville and then has an interchange with Interstate 75, continuing into Sidney where it meets State Route 47. Still going southeast, it briefly joins State Route 235 before turning east and then south again to enter Urbana. Here the route joins U.S. Route 36, and the concurrency intersects with U.S. Route 68 and State Route 54. From there, State Route 29 leaves U.S. Route 36 and continues to Mutual, intersecting with State Route 161, and State Route 56 shortly after; later, in Mechanicsburg, the route intersects with State Route 4. The route then intersects with State Route 38, U.S. Route 42, and Interstate 70 before reaching its eastern terminus at U.S. Route 40 on the western edge of West Jefferson.

History[edit]

  • 1924 – Original route established.[2] Originally routed along the current alignments of State Route 571 from the Indiana state line in Union City to 1-mile (1.6 km) east of Greenville, U.S. Route 36 from 1-mile (1.6 km) east of Greenville to Urbana, and its current alignment from Urbana to 2 miles (3.2 km) west of West Jefferson.[3]
    WB OH 29 approaching the eastern junction of SR 29 and SR 703 in Celina.
  • 1932 – The route was truncated at Urbana; alignment from Union City to Greenville designated as State Route 71; Greenville to Urbana designated as U.S. Route 36.[3]
  • 1939 – The route was extended to the Indiana state line along the former State Route 54 alignment (which was State Route 32 before 1938).[3]
  • 1973Divided highway alignment constructed from Celina to State Route 364 and freeway alignment constructed from State Route 364 to U.S. Route 33; former alignment designated State Route 703.[3]

Major junctions[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Mercer Washington Township 0.00 0.00 SR 67 south / State Line Road – Bryant Indiana state line
0.96 1.54 SR 49 – Willshire, Fort Recovery
Jefferson Township 8.17 13.15 SR 118 north / CR 81 (Burkettsville St. Henry Road) – Rockford Western end of SR 118 concurrency
9.17 14.76 SR 118 south / T-91 – Coldwater Eastern end of SR 118 concurrency
Celina 12.21 19.65 US 127 south / SR 703 east (Main Street) / Logan Street Western end of US 127 / SR 703 concurrencies
12.44 20.02 US 127 north / SR 197 east (Main Street) / Market Street Eastern end of US 127 concurrency; western terminus of SR 197
13.46 21.66 SR 703 east (East Market Street) / Grand Lake Road – Wright State University Lake Campus Eastern end of SR 703 concurrency
Auglaize Noble Township 19.22–
19.55
30.93–
31.46
SR 364 south / CR 15 (Koenig Road) Interchange; northern terminus of SR 364
20.54–
21.11
33.06–
33.97
US 33 – Columbus, Fort Wayne, Ind. Interchange
St. Marys 22.17 35.68 SR 116 north (Defiance Road) / Dieker Place Western end of SR 116 concurrency
22.67 36.48 SR 66 south (Main Street) / SR 116 ends (Spring Street) / SR 703 west Eastern end of SR 116 concurrency; western end of SR 66 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 703
23.03 37.06 SR 66 north (Spruce Street) Eastern end of SR 66 concurrency
New Knoxville 28.77 46.30 SR 219 (Spring Street)
Shelby Van Buren Township 32.73 52.67 SR 274 west / Schmitmeyer Baker Road – New Bremen Western end of SR 274 concurrency
33.58 54.04 SR 274 east – Kettlersville Eastern end of SR 274 concurrency
37.40 60.19 SR 119 – Anna, Minster
Franklin Township 41.70 67.11 SR 705 west / CR 15 (Sharp Road) – Fort Loramie, Osgood Eastern terminus of SR 705
Clinton Township 44.36–
44.52
71.39–
71.65
I‑75 – Dayton, Toledo Exit 93 (I-75)
Sidney 46.66 75.09 SR 47 (North Street) Western end of SR 47 westbound concurrency
46.83 75.37 SR 47 west (Court Street) / Ohio Avenue Eastern end of SR 47 westbound concurrency; western end of SR 47 eastbound concurrency
46.91 75.49 SR 47 east (Main Avenue) Eastern end of SR 47 eastbound concurrency
Perry Township 49.74 80.05 SR 706 east Western terminus of SR 706
Green Township 53.41 85.96 SR 589 south Northern terminus of SR 589
Champaign Adams Township 58.34 93.89 SR 235 south Western end of SR 235 concurrency
58.66 94.40 SR 235 north Eastern end of SR 235 concurrency
60.69 97.67 SR 245 east / CR 31 (Ford Road) – Springhills Western terminus of SR 245
Concord Township 66.06 106.31 SR 560 south Northern terminus of SR 560
Salem Township 71.74 115.45 SR 296 east Western terminus of SR 296
Urbana 75.21 121.04 US 36 west (Miami Street) Western end of US 36 concurrency
75.88 122.12 US 68 (Main Street) Traffic circle
76.68 123.40 SR 54 south (Jefferson Avenue) Northern terminus of SR 54
77.05 124.00 US 36 east Eastern end of US 36 concurrency
Mutual 82.44 132.67 SR 161 east Western terminus of SR 161
Union Township 83.13 133.78 SR 56 east – London Western terminus of SR 56
Mechanicsburg 86.60 139.37 SR 559 north (High Street) Western end of SR 559 concurrency
86.87 139.80 SR 4 (Sandusky Street) / SR 559 ends Eastern end of SR 559 concurrency
Goshen Township 88.35 142.19 SR 187 south Northern terminus of SR 187
Madison MonroeDeer Creek
township line
59.91 96.42 SR 38 – Marysville, London
Jefferson Township 99.52 160.16 US 42 – Plain City, London
100.46–
100.73
161.67–
162.11
I‑70 – Springfield, Columbus Exit 80 (I-70); westbound I-70 ramps intersect SR 29 at roundabout
West Jefferson 102.94 165.67 US 40 (National Pike)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "DESTAPE". Ohio Department of Transportation. July 3, 2014. Retrieved October 3, 2014. 
  2. ^ Explanation of the Ohio State Highway System (The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site) by John Simpson[unreliable source?][dead link]
  3. ^ a b c d Route 29 (The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site) by John Simpson[unreliable source?][dead link]

External links[edit]

Route map: Bing