Ohio State Route 91

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State Route 91 marker

State Route 91
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length 44.12 mi[1] (71.00 km)
Existed 1912 – present
Major junctions
South end US 224 in Springfield Township
  I-76 in Akron
US 422 in Solon
I-90 in Willoughby Hills
North end SR 283 on the Timberlake/Eastlake border
Counties Summit, Cuyahoga, Lake
Highway system
SR 90 SR 92
State Route 91 in Hudson

State Route 91 (SR 91), formerly known as Inter-county Highway 91 until 1921[2] and State Highway 91 in 1922,[3] is a north–south state highway in the northeastern portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. Its southern terminus is at U.S. Route 224 (East Waterloo Road) in Springfield Township, east of Akron. Its northern terminus is at State Route 283 (Lake Shore Boulevard) on the Timberlake/Eastlake border less than one mile (1.6 km) south of Lake Erie.

The route is known as "Canton Road" from its southern terminus to just north of its interchange with Interstate 76 (Canton Road continues south as County Route 66,[4] a former portion of State Route 8). North of this interchange, it is called "Darrow Road" until it enters the city of Tallmadge, where it is named "South Avenue" south of the Tallmadge Circle, and "North Avenue" north of the circle. It next passes through the Munroe Falls village limits and is known as "South Main Street" and "North Main Street." It becomes "Darrow Road" once again in the city of Stow and for its remaining length in Summit County, aside from within the Hudson city limits, where it is "South" and "North Main Street."

In Cuyahoga and Lake Counties, State Route 91 is known as "SOM Center Road," named for the fact that it runs through the centers of the original Solon, Orange and Mayfield Townships in Cuyahoga County.[5]

The State Route 91 corridor includes views of some of the best examples of Connecticut Western Reserve town planning, particularly the quaint public squares of Hudson, Tallmadge, and Mayfield. It also dissects several other picturesque and affluent communities of Northeast Ohio, including Gates Mills, Pepper Pike, Hunting Valley, Moreland Hills and Solon (which also has remnants of a Western Reserve public square).


  • 1912 – Route runs from Stow to Chagrin Falls
  • 1923 – Rerouted from Tallmadge to 3 miles (4.8 km) east of Wickliffe.[6]
  • 1926 – Extended south to 3 miles (4.8 km) north of Lakemore along a previously unnumbered road.[6]
  • 1966 – Upgraded to 4 lanes from U.S. Route 6 to 3 miles (4.8 km) east of Wickliffe by this time.[6]
  • 1970 – Extended south to Springfield Township along the former State Route 8 alignment; extended north to Eastlake as a divided highway.[6]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Summit Springfield Township 0.00 0.00 US 224 (East Waterloo Road) / CR 56 (Canton Road) – Lakemore
Akron 1.81 2.91 SR 18 west (East Market Street) / Robindale Avenue Eastern terminus of SR 18
Tallmadge 5.01–
SR 261 to I-76 – Brimfield, Kent, Cuyahoga Falls, Akron Tallmadge Circle
Stow 9.10 14.65 SR 59 (Kent Road)
Hudson 14.67 23.61 SR 303 (Streetsboro Street)
Twinsburg 19.15–
I-480 / SR 14 – Youngstown, Cleveland Exit 37 (I-480)
19.60 31.54 SR 82 (East Aurora Road)
Cuyahoga Solon 24.71 39.77 SR 43 (Aurora Road)
US 422 – Warren, Cleveland Exit 18 (US 422)
Pepper Pike 30.00 48.28 SR 87 (Woodland Road)
Mayfield Heights 34.20 55.04 US 322 (Mayfield Road) to I-271
Lake Willoughby Hills 38.86 62.54 US 6 (Chardon Road)
I-90 – Erie, Pa., Cleveland Exit 189 (I-90)
Willoughby 40.23 64.74 SR 84 (Ridge Road)
41.45 66.71 US 20 (Euclid Avenue)
Eastlake 42.15–
SR 2 – Painesville, Cleveland Exit 211 (SR 2)
42.68 68.69 SR 640 (Vine Street)
44.12 71.00 SR 283 (Lake Shore Boulevard)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b "DESTAPE". Ohio Department of Transportation. July 16, 2013. Retrieved September 21, 2014. 
  2. ^ Ohio Department of Highways and Public Works (September 1921). Highway Map of Ohio Showing Conditions for Travel (MrSID) (Map). c. 1:563,200. Columbus: Ohio Department of Highways and Public Works. 
  3. ^ Ohio Department of Highways and Public Works (April 1922). Map of Ohio State Highways Showing All Improved Roadways and Indicating System Constructed Under Administration of Gov. Harry L. Davis (MrSID) (Map). c. 1:563,200. Columbus: Ohio Department of Highways and Public Works. 
  4. ^ Official Summit County 2005 Highway Map, Summit County Engineer
  5. ^ Sartin, V. David (2007-08-31). "SOM Center Road has origins in three townships". PD Extra. Retrieved 2009-07-20. 
  6. ^ a b c d Route 91 (The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site) by John Simpson[unreliable source] Archived December 26, 2004, at the Wayback Machine.

External links[edit]

Route map: Google

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