Ohio State Route 126

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State Route 126 marker

State Route 126
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length41.23 mi[1][2] (66.35 km)
Major junctions
West end SR 129 / SR 252 near Scipio
East end US 50 in Milford
CountiesButler, Hamilton, Clermont
Highway system
SR 125US 127

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.


Prior to the completion of Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway in 1997, the central portion of State Route 126 between Ross and Montgomery consisted of West Kemper Road, Springfield Pike (State Route 4), Glendale Milford Road, Kenwood Road, and Cooper Road.[3] On October 28, 1997, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) took over Ronald Reagan Highway, except for the segment west of Colerain Avenue.[4] State Route 126 was rerouted over the highway, while Kemper, Glendale Milford, Kenwood, and Cooper roads were returned to local authorities.[5]

Major junctions[edit]

township line
SR 129 east (Hamilton Scipio Road) / SR 252 west – Brookville, MillvilleWestern terminus; western terminus of SR 129; eastern terminus of SR 252
Morgan Township7.6612.33 SR 748 north (Millville Shandon Road) – MillvilleSouthern terminus of SR 748
Ross Township11.4618.44 SR 128 south (Hamilton Cleves Road) – ClevesWestern end of SR 128 concurrency
12.5420.18 US 27 north / SR 128 north (Hamilton Cleves Road) – Oxford, Hamilton, Millville, CincinnatiInterchange; eastern end of SR 128 concurrency; western end of US 27 concurrency
West end of expressway
HamiltonColerain Township13.2721.36East Miami River Road – FairfieldGrade-separated single-loop intersections
14.8223.85Kemper Road
17.5628.26East end of expressway
I-275 to I-74 / I-75 – Indianapolis, DaytonExit 33 on I-275
US 27 south (Colerain Avenue) / Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway westInterchange; eastern end of US 27 concurrency; exit 20 on Ronald Reagan Cross County Hwy.
West end of freeway
Mount HealthyNorth College Hill line22.1335.6122 US 127 (Hamilton Avenue) – Mount Healthy, North College Hill
Finneytown23.9038.4624A–BWinton RoadWestbound exit and eastbound entrance only; signed as exits 24A (south) and 24B (north)
24.5839.5625Galbraith Road / Winton RoadWinton Road signed westbound only
27 I-75 – Cincinnati, DaytonSigned as exits 27A (south) and 27B (north) eastbound; exit 10A on I-75; no access from I-75 southbound, from westbound SR 126 to I-75 northbound
Reading28.1045.2228 US 42 (Reading Avenue) / Galbraith RoadEastbound exit and westbound entrance only
28.5245.90 To US 42 (Reading Road) / I-75 north / Galbraith RoadWestbound exit and eastbound entrance only
Amberley29.3947.3029Ridge Road
Blue Ash31.2750.3231Plainfield Road / Hunt Road
32ABlue Ash Road / Kenwood Road
MontgomerySycamore Township lineEast end of Ronald Reagan Cross County Highway; east end of freeway
32.7352.6732B–C I-71 – Cincinnati, ColumbusInterchange; signed as exits 32B (south) and 32B (north) eastbound; no exit numbers westbound; exit 14 on I-71
Montgomery33.3453.66 US 22 west / SR 3 south (Montgomery Road south)Interchange; western end of US 22/SR 3 concurrency
33.9954.70 US 22 east / SR 3 north (Montgomery Road north)Eastern end of US 22/SR 3 concurrency
No major junctions
HamiltonMilford41.2366.35 US 50Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]


  1. ^ ODOT. "Technical Services Straight Line Diagrams". Retrieved April 30, 2010.
  2. ^ a b "Division of Planning - Office of Technical Services - Destape files". ODOT. July 16, 2013. Retrieved November 29, 2013 — Butler County, Hamilton County, Clermont County
  3. ^ Engels Maps (1997). Hamilton County Street Map (Map). 1½ in : 1 mi. Huff Reality. §§ L-51, R-55.
  4. ^ Griggs, France (October 27, 1997). "Cross County speeds miles, spans years". News. The Cincinnati Post. E. W. Scripps Company. Retrieved October 10, 2015 – via HighBeam Research. (Subscription required (help)).
  5. ^ Michaud, Anne (April 15, 1997). "Ohio wants to dump 'Reagan' for SR 126". The Cincinnati Enquirer. Gannett Company. Retrieved October 10, 2015.

External links[edit]

Route map:

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