Ohio State Route 113

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State Route 113 marker

State Route 113
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length59.64 mi[1] (95.98 km)
Existed1924–present
Major junctions
West end US 20 / SR 18 / SR 269 in Bellevue
East end US 6 / US 20 / SR 2 / SR 237 in Lakewood
Location
CountiesHuron, Erie, Lorain, Cuyahoga
Highway system
SR 112SR 114

State Route 113 (SR 113) is an east–west highway in north central and northeastern Ohio. Its western terminus is at SR 269 in Bellevue, where SR 113 is initially concurrent with US 20 and SR 18; its eastern terminus is at the US 6 / SR 2 concurrency in Lakewood. Most of its eastern portion is also in a concurrency with US 20.[2]

History[edit]

SR 113 is an original state highway that originally went from SR 9 (now US 127) at the small town of Latty to SR 15 near Continental. The route's western terminus was extended to the Indiana state line in 1926, and its eastern terminus was extended to SR 109 north of Ottawa the same year.

By 1935, the route had extended to SR 18 near Bloomdale. Three years later it was extended again, this time all the way to Bellevue, by overlapping SR 18 and SR 12, then following the Sandusky County/Seneca County line to Bellevue. SR 113 was extended twice more – to Elyria in 1939, and to its current eastern terminus in 1940.

In 1959, when the bypass around Fremont opened, SR 113 was rerouted along it, following SR 12 from Bettsville to SR 53, then following that route on the bypass and overlapping US 20 from Fremont to Bellevue, where it continued on its old route to Lakewood. Except for a small stretch of road in downtown Fostoria, SR 113 was now completely concurrent from Bloomdale to Bellevue. Thus in 1970, the route was split into two separate highways. The concurrencies were removed, SR 113 was truncated at Bellevue, and the western part of the route (from the Indiana state line to Fostoria) was recertified as SR 613.

Major junctions[edit]

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
HuronBellevue0.000.00 US 20 west / SR 18 west (West Main Street) / SR 269-D (Northwest Street / Southwest Street)Western end of US 20 / SR 18 concurrency
0.090.14 SR 269 (Sandusky Street)
0.971.56 US 20 east / SR 18 east / Brinker Street / Ridge DriveEastern end of US 20 / SR 18 concurrency
Lyme Township3.074.94 SR 4 to Ohio Turnpike – Bucyrus, Sandusky
ErieHuron
county line
OxfordRidgefield
township line
6.3410.20 SR 99 – Monroeville
ErieMilan Township12.7920.58 US 250 north / SR 13 north – SanduskyWestern end of US 250 / SR 13 concurrency
Milan13.3721.52 US 250 south / SR 13 south / Shaw Mill Road – NorwalkEastern end of US 250 / SR 13 concurrency
13.5921.87 SR 601 south (Main Street)Northern terminus of SR 601
Berlin Township18.3529.53 SR 61 south – NorwalkWestern end of SR 61 concurrency
Berlin HeightsBerlin Township
municipal line
19.5231.41 SR 61 north / CR 58 (Ceylon Road)Western end of SR 61 concurrency
Florence Township26.7243.00 SR 60 – Vermilion, Wakeman
LorainAmherst Township35.1056.49 SR 58 to I-80 / Ohio Turnpike – Oberlin, Lorain
Elyria40.3664.95 SR 57 north (Lorain Boulevard) to I-80 / Ohio Turnpike / I-90 – LorainWestern end of SR 57 concurrency
42.4368.28 SR 301 north (Abbe Road North)Western end of SR 301 concurrency
43.0569.28 US 20 west / SR 57 south / SR 301 south / Cleveland Street – GraftonEastern end of SR 57 / 301 concurrency; western end of US 20 concurrency
North Ridgeville46.1974.34 SR 83 (Avon Belden Road) – Wooster, Avon LakeAccess to Ohio Turnpike and I-480 via SR 83 to Lorain road
CuyahogaWestlake53.9486.81 SR 252 (Columbia Road)
Rocky River58.5994.29
US 6 Alt. west / SR 254-D (Detroit Road / Lake Road) to SR 254
Western end of US 6 Alt. concurrency; signed eastern terminus
Lakewood58.7594.55
US 6 Alt. east (Detroit Road) / Valley Parkway
Eastern end of US 6 Alt. concurrency
59.3095.43 SR 237 south (West Clifton Avenue) / Northwood AvenueWestern end of SR 237 concurrency
59.6495.98 US 6 / US 20 east / SR 2 (Clifton Boulevard) / SR 237 endsEastern end of US 20 / SR 237 concurrency; designated eastern terminus of SR 113
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

Route map:

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b Ohio Department of Transportation. "Technical Services Straight Line Diagrams". Retrieved April 30, 2010.
  2. ^ Google (February 12, 2014). "Ohio State Route 113" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved February 12, 2014.