Ohio State Route 123

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State Route 123 marker

State Route 123
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length43.61 mi[1] (70.18 km)
Existed1924–present
Major junctions
South end SR 251 near Blanchester
 
North end SR 4 in Germantown
Location
CountiesBrown, Clinton, Warren, Montgomery
Highway system
SR 122SR 124

State Route 123 (SR 123) is a state highway in southwestern Ohio. The route runs from SR 251 about seven miles (11 km) southeast of Blanchester to Germantown at SR 4, a distance of 43.6 miles (70.2 km). The section of road from Franklin to Lebanon was originally a toll road until it was taken over by Warren County and made free for public use. [2]

Southbound in Lebanon, Ohio

Landmarks[edit]

Ohio Historical Marker #2-14 is located on State Route 123 near Blanchester. It commemorates the Garrison Corner Community which was settled by Lemuel Garrison, Sr., and included a school and cemetery.[3]

History[edit]

In Lebanon, SR 123 was rerouted to a new roadway, which the city of Lebanon has called "Neil Armstrong Way", from SR 63's (Main Street) intersection with Glosser Road to SR 123's existing intersection with Hart Road. Armstrong for many years owned a farm along SR 123 between Lebanon and the community of Red Lion. The road opened on October 7, 2014. There are also plans to introduce a bill in the state senate to apply the name "Neil Armstrong Way" to the entire stretch of SR 123 from Lebanon to Red Lion.[4][5][6]

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
BrownPerry Township0.000.00 SR 251
0.761.22 US 68 – Fayetteville
ClintonBlanchester6.9111.12 SR 133 south (Bourbon Street) – Stonelick State Park, WilliamsburgSouthern end of SR 133 concurrency
7.0311.31 SR 28 east (Main Street) / SR 133 north (Broadway Street)Northern end of SR 133 concurrency; southern end of SR 28 concurrency
WarrenHarlan Township7.9812.84 SR 28 west – MilfordNorthern end of SR 28 concurrency
12.6120.29 SR 132 – Butlerville, Clarksville
Salem Township15.6425.17 US 22 east / SR 3 north / Whitacre DriveSouthern end of US 22 / SR 3 concurrency
Morrow17.3727.95 US 22 west / SR 3 south (Pike Street)Northern end of US 22 / SR 3 concurrency
Turtle Creek Township22.7336.58 SR 350 east / Phillips Road – Fort AncientWestern terminus of SR 350
22.82–
23.00
36.73–
37.01
I-71 – Columbus, CincinnatiExit 32 (I-71)
Lebanon25.38–
25.53
40.85–
41.09
SR 48 south / SR 48T north to US 42 northInterchange; southern end of SR 48 concurrency; southern terminus of unsigned SR 48T
26.4442.55 US 42 / SR 48 north (Broadway) / SR 63 beginsNorthern end of SR 48 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 63
27.3343.98 SR 63 west (Main Street) / Glosser RoadNorthern end of SR 63 concurrency
Clearcreek Township31.9551.42 SR 122 eastSouthern end of SR 122 concurrency
32.1951.80 SR 741 – Springboro, Mason
32.1451.72 SR 122 west – MiddletownNorthern end of SR 122 concurrency
Franklin36.50–
36.59
58.74–
58.89
I-75 – Dayton, CincinnatiExit 36 (I-75)
37.8060.83 SR 73 west (South River Street)Southern end of SR 73 concurrency (on one-way pair)
38.1561.40 SR 73 east (Second Street)Northern end of SR 73 concurrency (on one-way pair)
MontgomeryGerman Township43.6170.18 SR 4 – Middletown, Germantown, Dayton
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "DESTAPE". Ohio Department of Transportation. November 30, 2016. Retrieved January 14, 2017.
  2. ^ "TOWNSHIP PROFILE, HISTORY AND GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS" (PDF). Clear Creek Township. Retrieved 21 February 2014.
  3. ^ "Marker #2-14 Garrison Corner Community". The Ohio Historical Society. Retrieved 21 February 2014.
  4. ^ Budd, Lawrence (April 3, 2014). "Road to be named for Neil Armstrong". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved September 20, 2014.
  5. ^ Budd, Lawrence (August 24, 2014). "Development anticpated [sic] along Neil Armstrong Way". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved April 29, 2015.
  6. ^ Budd, Lawrence (October 9, 2014). "Neil Armstrong Way opens for drivers". Dayton Daily News. Retrieved October 13, 2014.

External links[edit]

Route map:

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