U.S. Route 35 in Ohio

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This article is about the section of highway in Ohio. For the entire length of highway, see U.S. Route 35.

U.S. Route 35 marker

U.S. Route 35
Route of US 35 in southern Ohio in red
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 174.33 mi[1] (280.56 km)
Existed: 1926 – present
Major junctions
West end: I-70 / US 35 at Indiana state line near New Paris
East end: US 35 at West Virginia state line in Gallipolis
Location
Counties: Preble, Montgomery, Greene, Fayette, Ross, Jackson, Gallia
Highway system
SR 34 SR 37

U.S. Route 35 is a United States highway running from northern Indiana to Charleston, West Virginia. Within the state of Ohio, it runs roughly southeast-northwest from the state line near New Paris, Ohio to the Silver Memorial Bridge across the Ohio River at Gallipolis.

Route description[edit]

US 35 enters Ohio from the west in concurrency with Interstate 70, departing at that route's Exit 1 just across the state line.The road angles southeasterly into Eaton, then runs due east-west to Drexel, at which point it becomes a limited access expressway. It continues as a freeway through the east side of Dayton, except a small portion east of Dayton, also bypassing Xenia to the south, Jamestown to the north, and Washington Court House to the south. It then bypasses Chillicothe to the north and east, partially in concurrency with US 23, then angles southeasterly again, with the freeway portion ending at Richmond Dale. From there southeasterly and easterly to Gallipolis, it is a divided highway with a mix of interchanges and at-grade intersections.

History[edit]

Before the adoption of the U.S. highway system in 1926, the route was known in its entirety as SR 11.[2] By 1966, the first freeway portion of the route began construction, comprising the Chillicothe bypass.[3] Freeway portions on the east side of Dayton and south side of Xenia were completed by 1971,[4] and around Washington Court House by 1974.[5]

Major intersections[edit]

All exits are unnumbered.

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Preble JeffersonJackson
township line
0.00 0.00 I-70 west / US 35 north – Indianapolis Indiana state line
1.66 2.67 I‑70 east – Dayton Eastbound exit and westbound entrance; exit 1 on I-70; east end of I-70 overlap
Jackson Township 2.38 3.83 SR 320 north – New Paris Southern terminus of SR 320
Eaton SR 122 west (Main Street) Western end of SR 122 overlap; no right turn for trucks from eastbound US 35 to westbound SR 122
US 127 / SR 732 south (Barron Street) Northern terminus of SR 732
SR 122 east (Franklin Street) Eastern end of SR 122 overlap
West Alexandria SR 503 (Main Street)
Montgomery Jefferson Township
Trotwood municipal line
SR 49 north – Greenville Southern terminus of SR 49
Dayton Gettysburg Avenue
Western end of freeway
James H. McGee Boulevard
I‑75 – Toledo, Cincinnati Exits to southbound I-75 and entrances from northbound I-75 also provide complete access to Stewart Street
Bridge over the Great Miami River
Perry Street, Ludlow Street
SR 48 (Main Street)
Keowee Street, Wayne Avenue No direct access from northbound Keowee Street to westbound US 35; westbound exit is attached to Steve Whalen Boulevard exit
Steve Whalen Boulevard
Smithville Road
Greene Beavercreek SR 835 (Woodman Drive) Western terminus of SR 835
Linden Avenue Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
I‑675 – Cincinnati, Columbus Westbound uses collector/distributor lane
SR 835 (Research Boulevard) / North Fairfield Road Separate eastbound exit for SR 835/Research Boulevard; eastern terminus of SR 835
Eastern end of freeway
Xenia Township
Xenia municipal line

US 35 Bus. east (West Main Street)
Interchange
Xenia Western end of freeway
Lower Bellbrook Road
Xenia Township
Xenia municipal line
US 42 – Lebanon
US 68 (Home Avenue) – Wilmington
Xenia Township Bickett Road Eastern terminus of BUS US 35
Silvercreek Township Old US 35 — Jamestown
SR 72 – Cedarville, Jamestown
Fayette Jefferson Township SR 435 to I‑71 – Columbus, Cincinnati Western terminus of SR 435; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
SR 435 to I‑71 Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Union Township Palmer Road
US 22 / US 62 / SR 3 – Washington Court House, Hillsboro
SR 41 – Greenfield
SR 753
Ross Concord Township SR 138 – Greenfield, Clarksburg
County Road 87 — Frankfort
Union Township County Road 550  — Pleasant Valley
To US 50 (Pleasant Valley Road) Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Chillicothe SR 104 (High Street)

SR 159 / US 23 Bus. / Bridge Street – Kingston
US 23 north – Columbus Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; west end of US 23 overlap
To US 50 west (Main Street) – Chillicothe
Scioto Township US 23 south to US 50 west – Portsmouth Eastbound exit and westbound entrance; east end of US 23 overlap
US 50 west (Eastern Avenue) to US 23 south Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
SciotoLiberty
township line
US 50 east – Athens East end of US 50 overlap
Jefferson Township Vigo Road, Watson Road — Richmond Dale
Eastern end of freeway
Jackson Coal Township County Road 84, Chillicothe Pike, Jackson Business Route Jackson Business Route signed eastbound only; CR 84 and Chillicothe Pike signed westbound only
Lick Township SR 93 – Coalton, Jackson
Pattonsville Road, Broadway Street
Jackson SR 32 / SR 124 – Athens, Cincinnati
Bloomfield Township SR 327 north Grade separation; southern terminus of SR 327
Gallia Raccoon Township SR 279 west Eastern terminus of SR 279
Western end of freeway
SR 325 – Vinton, Rio Grande
Springfield Township SR 850
SR 160 – Vinton, Gallipolis Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
GreenGallipolis
township line
SR 160 – Vinton, Gallipolis No eastbound exit
Gallipolis Township SR 735 to SR 7 – Pomeroy, Gallipolis Eastbound exit and westbound entrance; western terminus of SR 735
SR 7 – Pomeroy, Gallipolis Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Gallipolis 174.33 280.56 Silver Memorial Bridge over the Ohio River
US 35 continues into West Virginia
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 February 5, 2015Preble, Montgomery, Greene, Fayette, Ross, Jackson, Gallia. 
  2. ^ Map of Ohio Showing State Routes (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1925. 
  3. ^ Map of Ohio (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1966. § G13. 
  4. ^ Map of Ohio (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1971. § C12-D12. 
  5. ^ Map of Ohio (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1974. § F12. 
U.S. Route 35
Previous state:
Indiana
Ohio Next state:
West Virginia