Ohio State Route 7
Major highways in Ohio with OH 7 in red.
|Maintained by ODOT|
|Length:||292.20 mi (470.25 km)|
|Existed:||1912 – present|
|South end:||US 52 near Chesapeake|
|I-90 in Conneaut|
|North end:||SR 531 in Conneaut|
|Counties:||Lawrence, Gallia, Meigs, Athens, Washington, Monroe, Belmont, Jefferson, Columbiana, Mahoning, Trumbull, Ashtabula|
State Route 7 (SR 7), formerly known as Inter-county Highway 7 until 1921 and State Highway 7 in 1922, is a north–south state highway in the southern and eastern portions of the U.S. state of Ohio. At just over 292 miles (470 km) in length, it is the longest state route in Ohio. Its southern terminus is an interchange with U.S. Route 52 (US 52) just west of Chesapeake. Its northern terminus also serves as the eastern terminus of SR 531 in Conneaut. The path of SR 7 stays within five miles (8.0 km) of the Ohio River (Ohio's border with West Virginia) for the southern portion, with the river being visible from much of the route. The road also remains within 10 miles (16 km) of the Pennsylvania state line for the northern portion.
SR 7 starts in Chesapeake and for about 100 miles (160 km) it runs along the Ohio River. Then it heads north along SR 11 & US 30 from East Liverpool to Rogers. After it turns north in Rogers, it heads up to Youngstown. Then the highway heads east overlapped with US 62. After that shared alignment, the highway then heads north again in Hubbard through a lot of small towns to its northern terminus in Conneaut.
In 1912, Intercounty Highway 7 ran from Elizabethtown to East Liverpool along the Ohio River
In 1923, the route was at its greatest extent, the northern terminus of the route was extended from East Liverpool to Conneaut.
Chesapeake and Proctorville bypass
The Chesapeake bypass was first proposed in 1953.
In 1961, the US 52 expressway opened from Chesapeake westward towards Sheridan. The original eastern terminus of the four-lane divided highway was at the current Chesapeake northbound-only exit ramp east of Tallow Ridge Road. US 52 originally crossed at the present-day Robert C. Byrd Bridge that connects Chesapeake to Huntington, West Virginia. In 1979, the US 52 designation moved to the Nick Joe Rahall II Bridge as tolls on that span were removed that year; the segment east of the Rahall Bridge to the Chesapeake interchange was renumbered to SR 7.
Ten years later, the four-lane expressway was extended eastward to an incomplete trumpet interchange just east of Big Branch Road. A four-lane connector route from the partially complete interchange to the foot of the Robert C. Byrd Bridge at SR 527 was completed. At the same time, the two-lane Chesapeake interchange ramp just east of Tallow Ridge Road was converted to a northbound-only exit ramp. The abrupt terminus at Chesapeake was envisioned to connect to Proctorville.
On May 31, 2002, ground was broken for Phase 1-A of the Proctorville bypass. Phase 1-A entailed a two-lane connector road from the East Huntington Bridge to Irene Road, with the original loop ramp from the bridge to State Route 7 being modified into an access road. Phase 1-B was designated from Irene Road to State Route 7 near Fairland East Elementary in Rome. Phase 2 was envisioned from Irene Road west to Chesapeake. The total cost was originally estimated to be at $165 million.
On April 27, 2003, Phase 1-A of the Proctorville bypass opened to traffic. The $6.5 million, one-mile (1.6 km) section of three-lane roadway was opened from the foot of the East Huntington Bridge to Irene Road and signed as SR 607.
On June 3, 2003, bids were opened for Phase 1-B from Irene Road to SR 7 near Fairland East Elementary. The projected cost of the 4.5-mile (7.2 km) segment was originally $27 million, however, when the bids were let, the cost had decreased to $24.3 million. The lowest bid, which was also accepted, came in at $22.1 million. The road was designed as a two-lane limited-access facility on a four-lane right-of-way. Construction began on August 4, with an original estimated completion date of June 30, 2005.
An unusual amount of rain, blamed on two hurricanes, caused major delays. More than one-dozen major slips along Phase 1-B required an additional $30 million in repairs and the purchase of additional land for highwall excavations. Another change was the design of the roadway; originally projected to be widened in the future when higher traffic counts warrant the expansion, it was designed on wide right-of-way with no grade separation between the opposing lanes. During the repair of the slips, a terraced roadway was constructed to separate the future southbound lanes from the northbound by a highwall when the roadway is expanded to four lanes.
Other cost overruns had pushed the cost of construction to $62 million total, which included Phases 1-A and 1-B, up from the original estimates of $32 million. The primary cause was rapidly increasing land values and "unchecked zoning" along the project's projected right-of-way along with geo-technical problems with rocky soil. Property values along the projected route, for instance, increased 91.5% from 1992 to 2001 alone.
In October 2006, a small 1⁄2-mile (0.80 km) segment of the Phase 1-B bypass opened to traffic between SR 607 and Irene Road intersection to SR 775. The remainder, east to SR 7 near Fairland East Elementary, opened on December 8, 2006. It includes intersections with SR 775, Kinley Avenue, and SR 7. Upon completion, phases 1-A and 1-B were signed as SR 7; the bypass from the SR 775 junction to the loop at the East Huntington Bridge was co-numbered with SR 775.
Phase 2 of the bypass, from the Chesapeake bypass to Irene Road at Proctorville, has not been funded. Funding which had been previously promised by the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) was later denied. Phase 2 is estimated to cost $76 million to complete. Also due to the construction delays (slips) on the bypass from SR 775 to Fairland East Elementary School (Phase 1-B), the design of Phase 2 may be realigned to prevent slips during construction.
The Pomeroy bypass from Middleport east to US 33 was completed in 1968. At the time of completion, the bypass was two lanes but was upgraded to four lanes, divided, in 1976 from SR 143 to US 33 near Rock Springs. The bypass was extended east in 2000 from Rock Springs to a partial diamond interchange with SR 7 as a four-lane divided expressway. It was initially signed just SR 7. The diamond interchange was later completed with all connections, and the highway was extended eastward to Ravenswood, West Virginia as US 33.
|Lawrence||Union Township||0.00||0.00||US 52 Ohio River Scenic Byway||Full-access interchange; southern end of ORSB concurrency|
|2.28||3.67||—||SR 527 Chesapeake Bypass; Proctorville Huntington||SR 7 exits freeway; western end of SR 527 concurrency; northbound exit; southbound entrance|
|2.83||4.55||SR 527||Eastern end of SR 527 concurrency|
|5.09||8.19||SR 243||Western end of SR 243|
|6.08||9.78||SR 775 south||Western end of SR 775 concurrency|
|Proctorville||6.75||10.86||SR 775 north||Eastern end of SR 775 concurrency|
|Rome Township||7.55||12.15||SR 243||Western end of SR 243 concurrency|
|9.96||16.03||SR 243 west||Eastern terminus of SR 243|
|15.97||25.70||SR 217||Eastern terminus of SR 217|
|Gallia||Crown City||20.15||32.43||SR 553 north||Southern terminus of SR 553|
|Gallipolis Township||38.68||62.25||SR 218 south||Northern terminus of SR 218|
|Gallipolis||41.05||66.06||SR 141 west||Eastern terminus of SR 141|
|41.78||67.24||SR 588 west||Eastern terminus of SR 588|
|42.36||68.17||SR 160 north||Southern terminus of SR 160|
|Gallipolis Township||45.41||73.08||US 35 east – Charleston||Access to eastbound and from westbound US 35 only|
|Addison Township||46.08||74.16||SR 735 west to US 35 – Dayton||Eastern terminus of SR 735; provides access to westbound and from eastbound US 35|
|Cheshire||53.50||86.10||SR 554 west||Eastern terminus of SR 554|
|Meigs||Middleport||57.44||92.44||Ohio River Scenic Byway; Hobson Drive||Northern end of ORSB concurrency; Former routing of SR 7|
|Salisbury Township||59.79||96.22||SR 124 west||Western end of SR 124 concurrency|
|60.82||97.88||SR 143 north||Southern terminus of SR 143|
|63.62||102.39||—|| US 33
SR 833 west
|Eastern end of US 33 and SR 124 concurrencies; Eastern terminus of SR 833|
|66.14||106.44||—||US 33||Interchange; US 33 leaves to the east.|
|SR 733 south||Accessible via northbound SR 7|
|Chester Township||69.87||112.44||SR 248||SR 248 begins to the east (western terminus).|
|Orange Township||77.98||125.50||SR 681||SR 681 crosses west–east.|
|Athens||Troy Township||81.53||131.21||—||US 50 / SR 32||US 50/SR 32 join from the west.|
|Coolville||82.99||133.56||SR 144||SR 144 crosses northwest-southeast.|
|Troy Township||85.99||138.39||SR 124 west Ohio River Scenic Byway||Eastern terminus of SR 124; southern end of ORSB concurrency|
|Washington||Belpre Township||89.86||144.62||SR 555||SR 555 begins to the west (southern terminus).|
|91.23||146.82||—||SR 618||Western terminus of SR 618; northbound exit; southbound entrance|
|92.08||148.19||—|| US 50
|US 50 leaves easterly into West Virginia across the Blennerhassett Island Bridge.
SR 339 crosses south–north; two separate interchanges on southbound side
|Belpre||96.70||155.62||—||SR 32 to SR 618||SR 7 exits SR 32; eastbound exit; westbound entrance|
|97.14||156.33||—||SR 618 to SR 32||Eastern terminus of SR 618; southbound exit; northbound entrance|
|Warren Township||107.62||173.20||—||To SR 550 Virginia Street||Interchange; SR 550 ends to the west (eastern terminus); northbound exit; southbound entrance|
|107.62||173.20||SR 550||Eastern terminus of SR 550|
|Marietta||108.64||174.84||SR 676||SR 676 ends to the northwest (eastern terminus).|
|109.08||175.55||SR 60||SR 60 joins from the northwest.|
|109.94||176.93||SR 26||SR 26 begins concurrent (southern terminus).|
|110.12||177.22||SR 60||SR 60 leaves to the south.|
|110.28||177.48||SR 26||SR 26 leaves to the northeast.|
|Marietta Township||111.34||179.18||—||I-77||I-77 passes over SR 7 south–north; full-access interchange (I-77 exit 1).|
|Newport Township||126.02||202.81||SR 807||SR 807 passes over SR 7 southeast-northwest to a 180° ramp; SR 807 begins 0.10 mi (0.16 km). later to the northwest (northern terminus).|
|New Matamoras||139.03||223.75||SR 260||SR 260 begins to the northwest (southern terminus).|
|Monroe||Jackson Township||143.44||230.84||SR 800||SR 800 begins to the west (southern terminus).|
|Lee Township||149.98||241.37||SR 255||SR 255 ends to the north (eastern terminus).|
|Ohio Township||154.31||248.34||SR 536||SR 536 joins from the east.|
|154.71||248.98||SR 536||SR 536 leaves to the west.|
|Clarington||163.00||262.32||SR 78||SR 78 ends to the west (eastern terminus).|
|163.54||263.19||SR 556||SR 556 ends to the west (eastern terminus).|
|Belmont||Powhatan Point||170.87||274.99||SR 148||SR 148 crosses northwest–east.|
|171.86||276.58||SR 148||SR 148 ends to the south (eastern terminus).|
|Mead Township||Southern End of Ohio River Scenic Byway (Southern freeway section)|
|178.03||286.51||—||SR 872||SR 872 begins to the southeast (western terminus)|
|181.41||291.95||—||Central Avenue||Former routing of SR 7; northbound exit, southbound entrance|
|Pultney Township||183.48||295.28||—||Central Avenue||Former routing of SR 7; southbound exit, northbound entrance|
|Bellaire||—||Pinch Run / Belmont Street|
|185.42||298.40||—||27th Street to SR 149/SR 147|
|—||48th Street / North Guernsey Street|
|Pultney Township||188.19||302.86||—||I-470 Washington, PA / Columbus||Inverted SPUI, leading to a trumpet interchange at I-470 (exit 6)|
|Bridgeport||189.64||305.20||—||SR 767 to I-70 / US 40 / US 250 Bridgeport / Wheeling||Exit 225 on I-70; northbound exit, southbound entrance (to SR 7A)|
|189.83||305.50||—||US 40 / US 250 to I-70 Wheeling / Bridgeport||Exit 225 on I-70; southbound exit, northbound entrance (to SR 7A and SR 767)|
|Northern End of Ohio River Scenic Byway (Southern freeway section)|
|Martins Ferry||191.77||308.62||SR 647||Junction with SR 647 (southern terminus).|
|Southern End of Ohio River Scenic Byway (Central freeway section)|
|—||Pattons Run / Picoma Road|
|Yorkville||—||Public Road / Yorkville|
|Jefferson||Tiltonsville||—||Farm Lane / Tiltonsville|
|Rayland||198.71||319.79||—||Rayland / Dillonvale to SR 150|
|Wells Township||203.26||327.12||—||Salt Run Road / Riddles Run Road||Former routing of SR 7; northbound exit|
|204.50||329.11||—||Brilliant / Riddles Run Road||Former routing of SR 7|
|Brilliant||—||Brilliant||Southbound exit and entrance; northbound entrance|
|Steubenville Township||208.18||335.03||—||SR 151 New Alexandria / Smithfield||Eastern terminus of SR 151|
|Steubenville||—||Lincoln Avenue||Northbound exit; southbound entrance|
|Northern End of Ohio River Scenic Byway (Central freeway section)|
|212.88||342.60||SR 43||SR 43 begins to the west (southern terminus).|
|214.24||344.79||SR 822 east – Weirton, West Virginia||Closed; former routing of SR 822 across the now-demolished Fort Steuben Bridge; was inverted SPUI.|
|213.98||344.37|| US 22
|Partial Interchange; US 22 leaves to the east; SR 822 joins from the west here and leaves to the east 0.23 mi (0.37 km). later; southbound exit; northbound SR 7 to US 22 east via University Blvd.|
|Island Creek Township||215.23||346.38|| US 22
|Full-access interchange; US 22 joins from the west; SR 213 begins to the northwest (southern terminus).|
|Southern End of Ohio River Scenic Byway (Northern freeway section)|
|216.12||347.81||—||County Road 44 / Pottery Addition (Kingsdale Road)||Northbound exit; southbound entrance; former routing of SR 7|
|217.17||349.50||—||County Road 44 / Pottery Addition (Kingsdale Road)||Southbound exit; northbound entrance; former routing of SR 7|
|—||County Road 56 / Costonia|
|Empire||224.96||362.04||—||SR 152 Empire / Richmond|
|Northern End of Ohio River Scenic Byway (Northern freeway section)|
|Saline Township||230.02||370.18||SR 213||SR 213 ends to the southwest (northern terminus).|
|Columbiana||Wellsville||232.15||373.61||—||SR 39||SR 39 joins from the northwest via full-access interchange.|
|233.64||376.01||—||SR 45||SR 45 begins to the northwest (southern terminus) via full-access interchange.|
|East Liverpool||236.86||381.19||—|| US 30 / SR 11 / SR 39
SR 267 Ohio River Scenic Byway
|US 30/SR 11/SR 39 join from/leave to the south; SR 267 begins to the northwest (southern terminus); full-access interchange except from eastbound US 30/southbound SR 7/southbound SR 11 to SR 267; northern terminus of ORSB concurrency|
|St. Clair Township||240.19||386.55||—||SR 170||SR 170 begins to the northeast (southern terminus).|
|Madison Township||242.68||390.56||—|| US 30 / SR 11
|US 30/SR 11 join from/leave to the northwest; SR 267 ends to the south (northern terminus); full-access interchange.|
|Rogers||250.90||403.78||SR 154||SR 154 crosses west–east.|
|Fairfield Township||253.13||407.37||SR 517 / SR 558||SR 517 ends to the west (eastern terminus) concurrent with SR 558 which crosses west–east.|
|256.18||412.28||SR 46||SR 46 joins from the southeast.|
|Columbiana||257.70||414.73||SR 14 / SR 46||SR 46 leaves to the west, concurrent with SR 14 which crosses west–east.|
|Mahoning||Beaver Township||261.89||421.47||SR 165||SR 165 crosses west–east.|
|262.19||421.95||SR 164||SR 164 crosses southwest-northeast.|
|263.45||423.98||I-76 / Ohio Turnpike||Access via ramps here; turnpike passes over SR 7 northwest-southeast 0.30 miles (0.48 km) later; I-76 exit 232.|
|264.94||426.38||SR 626||SR 626 ends to the southeast (northern terminus).|
|Boardman Township||267.46||430.44||US 224||US 224 crosses west–east.|
|Youngstown||270.00||434.52||SR 170||SR 170 crosses west–east.|
|270.86||435.91||US 62||US 62 joins from the west.|
|271.83||437.47||Market Street||Former routing of SR 7|
|Southern End of Freeway|
|272.16||438.00||—||I-680||I-680 passes under US 62/SR 7 northwest-south; access from southbound US 62/SR 7 to I-680 and from I-680 to northbound US 62/SR 7 only (I-680 exit 6).|
|273.42||440.03||—||SR 289 to US 422 east Wilson Ave / Himrod Road||SR 289 passes over US 62/SR 7 west–east; northbound exit/southbound entrance only.|
|—||US 422 west – Warren|
|Northern End of Freeway|
|To US 422 east / Albert Street|
|Trumbull||Hubbard||279.94||450.52||SR 304||SR 304 joins from the west.|
|280.78||451.87|| SR 304
|SR 304 continues to the east; SR 616 ends to the south (northern terminus).|
|Hubbard Township||282.06||453.93||Elmwood Road||Former routing of US 62|
|282.16||454.09||I-80||I-80 passes over US 62/SR 7 west–east (I-80 exit 234).|
|282.92||455.32||US 62||US 62 leaves to the northeast; northbound split of concurrency; no access from southbound to northbound on either route.|
|283.35||456.01||To US 62||Connector provides access from southbound on either route to northbound on the other route.|
|Brookfield Township||285.81||459.97||SR 82||SR 82 crosses west–east.|
|Brookfield Center||286.19||460.58||Warren–Sharon Road||Former routing of SR 82|
|Hartford Township||291.49||469.11||SR 305||SR 305 crosses west–east.|
|Vernon Township||296.75||477.57||SR 88||SR 88 crosses west–east.|
|Kinsman Township||300.74||483.99||SR 5||SR 5 joins from the west.|
|301.93||485.91||SR 87||SR 87 ends to the west (eastern terminus).|
|302.28||486.47||SR 5||SR 5 leaves to the east.|
|Ashtabula||Williamsfield Township||307.42||494.74||US 322||US 322 crosses west–east.|
|Andover||312.55||503.00|| US 6
|US 6 joins from the west; SR 85 begins to the east (western terminus).|
|Richmond Township||320.00||514.99||US 6||US 6 leaves to the east.|
|Pierpont Township||322.56||519.11||SR 167||SR 167 joins from the west.|
|323.47||520.57||SR 167||SR 167 leaves to the east.|
|Monroe Township||330.24||531.47||SR 84||SR 84 crosses west–east.|
|Conneaut||333.95||537.44||I-90||I-90 passes under SR 7 west–east; full-access interchange (I-90 exit 241).|
|335.93||540.63||US 20||US 20 joins from the west.|
|336.15||540.98||US 20||US 20 leaves to the east.|
|337.37||542.94||SR 531||SR 531 ends to the west (eastern terminus).|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
State Route 7 Alternate in Bridgeport
|Length:||0.72 mi (1.16 km)|
State Route 7 Alternate (SR 7A) is a short 0.72-mile-long (1.16 km) connecting loop signed as SR 7 that serves as a link from SR 7, US 40, and US 250 to I-70 in Bridgeport. Its western (southern) terminus is at SR 767, and its eastern (northern) terminus is along US 40 at its intersection with US 250 and the northern terminus of SR 767. SR 7A begins at the intersections of Howard Street and SR 767 (South Lincoln Avenue). SR 7A continues west as Howard Street until it intersects Marion Street. It then runs north as Marion Street, intersects I-70, and then intersects US 40, Main Street. SR 7A continues east on US 40 until it ends at US 250 and SR 767, just 370 feet (110 m) west of the West Virginia state line.
|0.00||0.00||SR 767 (South Lincoln Avenue) to SR 7 south||Interchange with SR 7|
|I-70 – Wheeling, WV, Columbus||Exit 225 (I-70)|
|0.46||0.74||US 40 west (Main Street)||Western end of US 40 concurrency|
|0.72||1.16||US 40 east / US 250 (Main Street) to SR 7 north / SR 767 south (South Lincoln Avenue)||Eastern end of US 40 concurrency; northern terminus of SR 767|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
State Route 767
|Length:||0.30 mi (0.48 km)|
State Route 767 (SR 767) is a north–south state highway in the eastern portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. Currently, it is signed as an alternate route of SR 7. Its southern terminus is at an exit ramp on SR 7 in Bridgeport. The route serves as a connector from northbound SR 7 to SR 7 Alternate, US 40, and US 250. The route's northern terminus is where these U.S. routes overlap eastbound to cross the Ohio River into West Virginia. SR 7A serves as a connector for all of these routes to I-70.
Business State Route 7 from Middleport to Pomeroy
Business State Route 7 stretched from 1 3⁄4 miles (2.8 km) west of Middleport to about 4 miles (6.4 km) east of Pomeroy. The route followed the former alignment of State Route 7 that was replaced by the Pomeroy Bypass, and ran through the downtown areas of Middleport and Pomeroy. It joined with State Route 833 (the former alignment of U.S. Route 33) from one mile (1.6 km) west of Pomeroy to 1 3⁄4 miles (2.8 km) east of Pomeroy, including a brief concurrency with State Route 124, and then headed northeast to the eastern U.S. Route 33/State Route 7 interchange. The route was deleted between 2013 and 2015.
|State Route 7T|
|Length:||0.36 mi (0.58 km)|
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SR 0007T - Route Deleted, J.E. 5/2/2007