Interstate 74 in Ohio
|Maintained by Ohio DOT|
|Length:||19.47 mi (31.33 km)|
|West end:||I-74 at Indiana state line|
|I-275 in Cincinnati|
|East end:||I-75 in Cincinnati|
In the state of Ohio, Interstate 74 runs southeast from the Indiana border to the western segment's current eastern terminus at Interstate 75 just north of downtown Cincinnati. It is also signed with U.S. Route 52 for its entire length. Interstate 74 covers 19.47 mi in the state of Ohio.
The Ohio portion of Interstate 74 begins on the Indiana border near Harrison, Ohio and travels due east. Shortly into Ohio, the interstate intersects with Interstate 275 and overlaps with I-275 for approximately 4 miles. The interstate continues for approximately 10 more miles before reaching its eastern terminus at the intersection with Interstate 75.
The entire route is in Hamilton County.
|Harrison||0.00||0.00||I-74 west||Indiana state line|
|1.60||2.57||1||New Haven Road – Harrison|
|3.58||5.76||3||Dry Fork Road|
|Whitewater Township||5.85||9.41||5||I-275 south – Kentucky||West end of I-275 overlap; I-275 exit 25|
|7.76||12.49||7||SR 128 – Cleves, Hamilton, Miamitown|
|Colerain Township||9.33||15.02||9||I-275 north to I-75 – Dayton||East end of I-275 overlap; I-275 exit 28|
|Dent||11.16||17.96||11||Rybolt Road, Harrison Pike|
|Monfort Heights South–Monfort Heights line||14.66||23.59||14||North Bend Road – Cheviot|
|Cincinnati||17.44||28.07||17||Montana Avenue||Eastbound entrance and westbound exit|
|18||US 27 north (Beekman Street) / Colerain Avenue||No access from I-74 west to Beekman Street south|
|19.08||30.71||19||Elmore Street, Spring Grove Avenue||Former westbound exit and eastbound entrance to I-75 south; closed 2013|
|19.47||31.33||20|| I-75 / US 52 east – Dayton, Lexington
US 27 south / US 127 – Central Parkway
|I-75 exit 4. No trucks on US 27/US 127|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Federal Highway Administration (2002-10-31). "FHWA Route Log and Finder List: Table 1". Retrieved 2009-02-24.
- "Hamilton County Roadway Description Inventory Report — DESTAPE" (PDF). Ohio Department of Transportation. June 24, 2015: 31–33. Retrieved September 12, 2015.