Interstate 90 in Ohio

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This article is about the section of Interstate 90 in Ohio. For the entire route, see Interstate 90.

Interstate 90 marker

Interstate 90
Route information
Maintained by OTC and Ohio DOT
Length: 244.75 mi[1] (393.89 km)
Existed: 1956 – present
Major junctions
West end: I-80 / I-90 / Indiana Toll Road at Indiana state line
  I‑80 / Ohio Turnpike in Elyria Township
I‑71 / I‑490 in Cleveland
I‑77 in Cleveland
I‑271 in Willoughby Hills
SR 11 near Ashtabula
East end: I-90 at Pennsylvania state line
Highway system
SR 89 SR 91

In the U.S. state of Ohio, Interstate 90 runs east–west across the northern tier. Much of it is along the Ohio Turnpike, but sections outside the turnpike pass through Cleveland and northeast into Pennsylvania.

Route description[edit]

In the western half of Ohio, Interstate 90 is jointly signed with the Ohio Turnpike/Interstate 80. The Ohio Turnpike–I-90 connector (designated Exit 8A, now Exit 142) was built in Lorain County in Amherst Township and Elyria Township in 1975.[2]

From the exit east, I-90/State Route 2 travels east along the south shore of Lake Erie through Cuyahoga County to downtown Cleveland. State Route 2 separates from Interstate 90 at Detroit Road in Rocky River. Interstate 90 crosses the Cuyahoga River via the George V. Voinovich Bridges, which replaced the Innerbelt Bridge in 2013,[3] into downtown Cleveland and, after passing Dead Man's Curve, follows the East Shoreway northeastward along the lakeshore toward Euclid, again co-signed with State Route 2. Interstate 90 separates from State Route 2 in Euclid and passes through Lake County and Ashtabula County as it continues to travel northeast towards the Pennsylvania state line in Conneaut.

US 20 parallels Interstate 90 throughout Ohio, as it does in all locations from Illinois eastward; US 6 also parallels I-90 to a lesser extent throughout the state. East of Interstate 271, State Routes 84 and 307 also closely parallel I-90. These routes are usually easily accessible from I-90's interchanges.


The entire free section of I-90 in Ohio is called the "AMVETS Highway".[4] Selected stretches are named for various individuals.[5]

In Greater Cleveland, portions of I-90 carry various names, such as the Innerbelt Freeway, the Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, the Lakeland Freeway, and the Euclid Spur.

Exit list[edit]

County Location[6][7] mi[8] km Exit[8] Destinations Notes
Williams Northwest Township 0.00 0.00 I-80 west / I-90 west / Indiana Toll Road west – Chicago Continuation into Indiana
See Ohio Turnpike Exits 0–142
Lorain Elyria Township 142.8 229.8 142 I‑80 west / Ohio Turnpike – Toledo Eastern end of I-80/OTC concurrency; I-90 exits turnpike via exit 142 eastbound
144 SR 2 west – Lorain, Sandusky West end of SR 2 overlap; westbound exit and eastbound entrance; last free exit westbound
Elyria 145 SR 57 to I‑80 / Ohio Turnpike – Elyria, Lorain Signed as exits 145A (south) and 145B (north)
Sheffield 148 SR 254 – Sheffield, Avon
Avon 151 SR 611 – Avon, Sheffield
153 SR 83 – Avon Lake, Avon, North Ridgeville
155 Nagel Road- Avon Lake, North Ridgeville, Avon Opened December 20, 2012[9]
Cuyahoga Westlake 156 Crocker Road, Bassett Road- Bay Village, Westlake, North Olmsted
159 SR 252 (Columbia Road)
160 Clague Road Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Rocky River 161 SR 2 east / SR 254 (Detroit Road) East end of SR 2 overlap; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
162 Hilliard Boulevard – Rocky River Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Lakewood 164 McKinley Avenue – Lakewood
Cleveland 165A Warren Road Signed as exit 165 eastbound
165B Bunts Road / West 140th Street Eastbound exit is via exit 165
166 West 117th Street
167 To SR 10 (Lorain Avenue) / West Boulevand Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
167A West 98th Street / West Boulevard Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
167B SR 10 (Lorain Avenue) Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
169 West 44th Street / West 41st Street
170A US 42 (West 25th Street) Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
170C I‑490 east to I‑77 Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
170B I‑71 south / SR 176 south – Columbus
171 West 14th Street / Abbey Avenue Westbound exit and eastbound entrance (closed)
171 US 422 / SR 14 (Broadway / Ontario Street) Eastbound exit and westbound entrance (closed); signed at exits 171A (east) and 171B (west)
172A I‑77 south / East 9th Street – Akron East 9th Street access from I-90 eastbound only; I-77 access from I-90 westbound only[10][11]
172B East 22nd Street Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
172C Carnegie Avenue Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
173A Prospect Avenue No eastbound exit
173B Chester Avenue (US 322) Unsigned for US 322
173C Superior Avenue (US 6)  / St. Clair Avenue Unsigned for US 6
174A Lakeside Avenue Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
SR 2 east – Euclid Western terminus of concurrency with SR 2; sharp turn 35 mph (56 km/h) in both directions
174B SR 2 west – Lakewood, Downtown Cleveland sharp turn 35 mph (56 km/h) in both directions
175 East 55th Street / Marginal Roads
176 SR 283 west (East 72nd Street) Western terminus of concurrency with SR 283
177 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive / University Circle
Bratenahl 178 Eddy Road – Bratenahl
179 SR 283 east (Lake Shore Boulevard) Eastern terminus of concurrency with SR 283;
Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
Cleveland 180 East 140th Street / East 152nd Street Signed as exits 180A (140th Street) and 180B (152nd Street) eastbound
181 East 156th Street Westbound exit and entrance only
182A East 185th Street
182B East 200th Street
Euclid 183 East 222nd Street
184 SR 175 (East 260th Street) / Babbitt Road Signed as exits 184A (Babbitt Road) and 184B (SR 175) eastbound
185 SR 2 east – Painesville Eastern terminus of concurrency with SR 2
186 US 20 (Euclid Avenue)
Lake Wickliffe 187 SR 84 (Bishop Road)
Willoughby Hills 188 I‑271 south – Akron, Columbus Northern terminus of I-271
189 SR 91 – Willoughby Hills, Willoughby
190 I‑271 express south to US 422 / SR 87 / Chagrin Boulevard – Columbus To express lanes only; Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
Willoughby 193 SR 306 – Mentor, Kirtland
Mentor 195 SR 615 (Center Street) – Kirtland Hills, Mentor Interchange opened November 24, 2003[12]
Concord Township 200 SR 44 – Painesville, Chardon
Leroy Township 205 Vrooman Road
Madison 212 SR 528 – Madison, Thompson Township, Geauga County
Ashtabula Harpersfield Township 218 SR 534 – Geneva
Austinburg Township 223 SR 45 – Ashtabula, Warren Austinburg; Rock Creek;
Jefferson via SR 307
Plymouth Township 228 SR 11 to SR 46 – Youngstown, Ashtabula Jefferson via SR 46
Kingsville Township 235 SR 84 / SR 193 – North Kingsville Youngstown
Conneaut 241 SR 7 – Andover, Conneaut Youngstown
I-90 east Continuation into Pennsylvania
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]


Route map: Bing / Google

  1. ^ "Route Log- Main Routes of the Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways - Table 1". Federal Highway Administration. Retrieved 4 October 2014. 
  2. ^ Official Transportation Map archive, Ohio Department of Transportation
  3. ^ "Interstate 90 Now OPEN: All Traffic on NEW Innerbelt Bridge!" (Press release). Ohio Department of Transportation District 12. November 23, 2013. Retrieved March 31, 2014. 
  4. ^ Ohio Revised Code 5533.35
  5. ^ Ohio Revised Code Chapter 5533
  6. ^ Ohio Official Transportation Map (Map). Cartography by ODOT. Ohio Department of Transportation. 2007. 
  7. ^ Street Atlas USA (Map). DeLorme. 2007. 
  8. ^ a b Staff. "Interchanges". Ohio Turnpike Commission. Retrieved August 7, 2011. 
  9. ^ Henry, Jason (December 21, 2012). "Avon Gets Connected; Traffic Flows Freely at Completed Nagel Road Interchange". The Morning Journal (Lorain, OH). Retrieved December 21, 2012. 
  10. ^ "Two Interstate 77/90 Ramps to Close Permanently as Part of Innerbelt Work" (press release). Ohio Department of Transportation District 12, 2011-04-05. Retrieved on 2011-04-07.
  11. ^ Wendel, Kim (2011-04-10). "ODOT: Two I-77/90 ramps to close permanently". WKYC. Retrieved 2011-04-12. 
  12. ^ Seward, Jennifer (2003-11-25). "615 ramp now open". The News-Herald. Retrieved 2010-09-14. 

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