Ohio State Route 94

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State Route 94 marker

State Route 94
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length: 54.50 mi[1] (87.71 km)
Existed: 1924 – present
Major junctions
South end: US 250 / SR 241 in Mount Eaton
 

US 30 in Dalton
I‑76 / US 224 in Wadsworth
I‑271 near Brunswick

I‑480 in Cleveland
North end: US 42 / SR 3 in Cleveland
Location
Counties: Wayne, Medina, Cuyahoga
Highway system
SR 93 SR 95

State Route 94 (SR 94) is a north–south state highway in the U.S. state of Ohio. It stretches 54 miles (87 km) from U.S. Route 250 and SR 241 in the village of Mount Eaton to U.S. Route 42 in Cleveland.

History[edit]

SR 94 south of Wadsworth
  • 1924: State Route 94 was formed. It originally ran from Riceland, a village south of Orrville, to what was then State Route 36[2] (now State Route 585) north of Orrville.
  • 1926: Extended north to Cleveland and its current northern terminus along a formerly unnumbered road.
  • 1935: Extended again, this time southward to U.S. Route 250.
  • 1938: Extended past U.S. Route 250 to the town of Fredericksburg.
  • 1963: The route is truncated from Fredericksburg to U.S. Route 30 at Riceland. The former route is now Wayne County Route 94A (Carr Road).
  • 1969: State Route 57 is extended along the existing route of State Route 94 from Riceland to State Route 585[2] (formerly State Route 5). State Route 94 is rerouted from Wadsworth to its current southern terminus at Mount Eaton.[3]

Major junctions[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Wayne Mount Eaton 0.00 0.00 US 250 (Main Street) / SR 241 (Market Street) – Wooster, Massillon, New Philadelphia
Dalton 7.13 11.47 US 30 – Wooster, Massillon
7.39 11.89
US 30 Alt. east (Main Street) / Mill Street
Southern end of US 30 Alt. concurrency
7.59 12.21
US 30 Alt. west (Main Street) / Church Street
Northern end of US 30 Alt. concurrency
Chippewa Township 18.21 29.31 SR 585 south / SR 604 west – Wooster, Congress Southern end of SR 585 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 604
19.07 30.69 SR 585 north – Norton Northern end of SR 585 concurrency
Medina Wadsworth 24.78 39.88 SR 261 east (Akron Road) Western terminus of SR 261
25.48–
25.56
41.01–
41.13
I‑76 / US 224 – Akron, Lodi Exit 9 (I-76)
Sharon Township 29.42–
29.46
47.35–
47.41
SR 162 – Lafayette, Copley Traffic circle
SharonGranger
township line
32.03 51.55 SR 18 – Medina, Akron
Granger Township 35.95–
36.09
57.86–
58.08
I‑271 – Erie, Pa., Columbus Exit 3 (I-271)
GrangerHinckley
township line
36.70 59.06 SR 3 south / CR 135 (Ledge Road) Southern end of SR 3 concurrency
Hinckley Township 37.73 60.72 SR 606 (Weymouth Road / Hinckley Hills Road)
39.23 63.13 SR 3 north (Ridge Road) / SR 303 west (Center Road) – Brunswick, Cleveland Northern end of SR 3 concurrency, Southern end of SR 303 concurrency
40.10 64.53 SR 606 south (Hinckley Hills Road) – Hinckley Reservation Northern terminus of SR 606
40.22 64.73 SR 303 east (Center Road) – Richfield Northern end of SR 303 concurrency
Cuyahoga North Royalton 45.73 73.60 SR 82 (Royalton Road)
Parma-Cleveland
city line
53.09 85.44 SR 17 (Brookpark Road) to SR 176
Cleveland 53.24–
53.31
85.68–
85.79
I‑480 – Youngstown, Toledo Exit 16 (I-480)
54.50 87.71 US 42 / SR 3 (Pearl Road) / Henzrite Avenue
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

Route map: Bing

  1. ^ a b "DESTAPE". Ohio Department of Transportation. July 16, 2013. Retrieved September 12, 2014. 
  2. ^ a b Simpson, John. "Route 585". The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site. Retrieved 2008-03-30. [dead link][unreliable source?]
  3. ^ Simpson, John. "Route 94". The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site. Retrieved 2008-03-30. [dead link][unreliable source?]