Ohio State Route 82

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State Route 82 marker

State Route 82
Route of SR 82 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length88.57 mi[1] (142.54 km)
Existed1924–present
Major junctions
West end SR 57 near Elyria
  I-71 in Strongsville
I-77 in Broadview Heights
SR 11 near Niles
East end US 62 / CR 331 in Masury
Location
CountiesLorain, Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage, Trumbull
Highway system
SR 81SR 83

State Route 82 (SR 82) is a state route in northeastern Ohio, with a western terminus at State Route 57 in Lorain County, southeast of Elyria.


Route description[edit]

Depiction of State Route 11 / State Route 82 modified cloverleaf interchange near Warren, Ohio
SR 82's western terminus at SR 57.

The route travels predominantly eastward through the southern suburbs of Cleveland as it traverses part of Lorain County, the southern tier of Cuyahoga County, the northern tier of Summit County, and enters Portage County. This segment of State Route 82 is very heavily traveled, and intersects with four interstate highways. Six-ramp interchanges join the route with Interstate 71 and Interstate 77, a partial interchange joins 82 with Interstate 271, and a diamond interchange intersects with Interstate 480/State Route 14. The route also passes through the Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Brecksville, where it crosses the Cuyahoga River on the Brecksville-Northfield High Level Bridge.

After passing through the northern tier of Portage County, State Route 82 crosses central Trumbull County, becoming a freeway for ten miles (16 km) along with State Route 5 as it bypasses the city of Warren. East of Warren, the route continues as a 4-lane divided highway, with level intersections at most secondary roads and interchanges with most other state highways, including a modified cloverleaf interchange with State Route 11. Just before the Pennsylvania state line, State Route 82 meets its eastern terminus with a full cloverleaf interchange in Masury at U.S. Route 62 and Trumbull CR 331 (Hubbard-Masury Road), which continues south.

History[edit]

The former alignment of State Route 82 in Trumbull followed Market Street through Warren (concurrent with State Route 5 to Elm Road), and then continued east on what is now Warren-Sharon Road through Howland, Vienna, and Brookfield Center. The former eastern terminus of the route was where Warren-Sharon Road meets the Pennsylvania state line, and State Street in Sharon, Pennsylvania continues east.

In 2012, three men were sentenced to prison for a plot to blow up the Route 82 bridge in Cuyahoga Valley National Park.[2]

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
LorainCarlisle Township0.000.00 SR 57 (Grafton Road) – Grafton, Elyria
Eaton Township2.574.14 SR 83 (Avon-Belden Road) – Belden, North Ridgeville
Columbia Township8.0813.00 SR 252 (East River Road) – Mallet Creek
CuyahogaStrongsville11.0917.85 SR 237 north (Prospect Road)Southern terminus of SR 237
12.2819.76 US 42 (Pearl Road)
13.44–
13.73
21.63–
22.10
I-71 – Columbus, ClevelandExit 231 (I-71)
North Royalton17.6328.37 SR 3 (Ridge Road)
18.1629.23 SR 94 (State Road)
Broadview Heights20.2332.56 SR 176 (Broadview Road)
21.98–
22.33
35.37–
35.94
I-77 – Akron, ClevelandExit 149 (I-77)
Brecksville23.3737.61 SR 21 (Brecksville Road)
SummitMacedonia29.0746.78 SR 8 to I-271 south
29.55–
29.63
47.56–
47.68
I-271 north to I-90 – Erie, PAExit 19 (I-271); northbound I-271 entrance / southbound I-271 exit only
Twinsburg32.76–
32.89
52.72–
52.93
I-480 / SR 14 – Youngstown, ClevelandExit 36 (I-480)
33.4153.77 SR 91 (Darrow Road) – Solon, Hudson
PortageAurora38.5261.99 SR 43 (Aurora Road)
38.7662.38 SR 306 (Chillicothe Road) – Mentor, Streetsboro
Mantua Township45.4173.08 SR 44 (Painesville–Ravenna Road) to Ohio Turnpike / I-80 – Chardon, Mantua
Hiram49.4879.63 SR 700 north (Garfield Road) / SR 305 east (Wakefield Road) – BurtonWestern end of SR 700 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 305
Hiram Township50.2080.79 SR 700 south (Garfield Road)Eastern end of SR 700 concurrency
Garrettsville52.8385.02 SR 88 (North Street / South Street)
TrumbullBraceville Township60.1196.74 SR 303 west (Hudson–Braceville Road) – WindhamEastern terminus of SR 303
60.3197.06 SR 534 – West Farmington, Newton Falls
63.99102.98 SR 5 west to Ohio Turnpike – RavennaWestern end of SR 5 concurrency
Warren TownshipWestern end of freeway
65.60–
65.74
105.57–
105.80
West Market Street / Homeview Avenue – Warren
67.00–
67.39
107.83–
108.45
US 422 (Parkman Road) – Cleveland
Champion Township69.20–
69.54
111.37–
111.91
SR 45 (Mahoning Avenue) – Ashtabula
Bazetta Township71.31–
71.64
114.76–
115.29
Perkins-Jones Road / Larchmond Avenue Extension
72.62–
72.90
116.87–
117.32
SR 5 east (Elm Road) – CortlandEastern end of SR 5 concurrency
Howland Township75.15–
76.14
120.94–
122.54
East Market Street – Warren
76.68–
76.97
123.40–
123.87
SR 46 (Niles–Cortland Road Southeast) – Cortland, Niles
Eastern end of freeway
Vienna Township78.11–
78.75
125.71–
126.74
SR 11 to I-80 – Youngstown, AshtabulaExit 51 (SR 11)
80.71–
81.00
129.89–
130.36
SR 193 (Youngstown–Kingsville Road Southeast) – Youngstown, Youngstown-Warren Regional AirportInterchange
Brookfield Township85.84138.15 SR 7 (Haddon–Brookfield Road) – Yankee Lake, Conneaut, Hubbard
88.16–
88.57
141.88–
142.54
US 62 / CR 331 (Hubbard-Masury Road) – Hubbard, Sharon, PAInterchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

Route map:

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b "DESTAPE". Ohio Department of Transportation. July 16, 2013. Retrieved August 17, 2014.
  2. ^ Winter, Michael (November 20, 2012). "3 sentenced to prison for plot to blow up Ohio bridge". USA Today.