Ohio State Route 711

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State Route 711 marker

State Route 711
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 3.35 mi[1] (5.39 km)
Existed: 1974 – present
Major junctions
South end: I-680 in Youngstown
  US 422 in Youngstown
North end: I-80 / SR 11 near Girard
Counties: Mahoning, Trumbull
Highway system
SR 710 SR 714
Route 711's southern terminus with Interstate 680 in Youngstown

State Route 711 (SR 711), also known as the "Robert E. Hagan Memorial Highway" between its southern terminus and US 422,[2] is a three-mile (5 km), four-lane, north–south, limited access freeway. It is located in Mahoning and Trumbull counties. Its termini are I-680 to the south and the I-80 / SR 11 interchange to the north. The north-end ramps are directional, only serving travelers to and from the east via Interstate 80 and the north via State Route 11.


Local leaders first suggested a highway linking Girard and Youngstown in 1968. Originally the four-lane divided highway ended at US 422 and Burlington Street when it was completed in 1971. Money wasn't made available for the US 422 to I-80 connector until 1999, and construction on the section began in 2002. The project was finished in 2005, opening October 24 of that year,[3] with a total cost of about $60 million.

Exit list[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Exit Destinations Notes
Mahoning Youngstown 0.00–
I-680 – Cleveland, Pittsburgh Exit 3A (I-680)
0.67 1.08 Stephens Street / Salt Springs Road Southbound exit / entrance only
1.24 2.00 US 422 (Martin Luther King Boulevard) / Burlington Street – Youngstown, Girard
county line
YoungstownGirard line 2.00 3.22 To SR 193 (Belmont Avenue) / Gypsy Lane
Trumbull Liberty Township 3.16–
I-80 east / SR 11 north – New York City, Ashtabula No access to westbound I-80 / southbound SR 11; exit 228A (I-80)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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