Ohio State Route 711
|Maintained by ODOT|
|Length:||3.35 mi (5.39 km)|
|Existed:||1974 – present|
|South end:||I-680 in Youngstown|
|US 422 in Youngstown|
|North end:||I-80 / SR 11 near Girard|
State Route 711 (SR 711), also known as the "Robert E. Hagan Memorial Highway" between its southern terminus and US 422, 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, with a total cost of about $60 million.
|—||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|
|Youngstown–Girard line||2.00||3.22||—||To SR 193 (Belmont Avenue) / Gypsy Lane|
|—||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