Ohio State Route 229
|Maintained by ODOT|
|Length:||50.97 mi (82.03 km)|
|Existed:||1931 – present|
|West end:||SR 47 near Waldo|
| US 23 near Waldo
US 42 in Ashley
US 36 in Mount Vernon
US 62 near Martinsburg
|East end:||US 36 near Nellie|
|Counties:||Delaware, Marion, Morrow, Knox, Coshocton|
State Route 229 (SR 229) is an east-west state highway in the central part of the U.S. state of Ohio. The western terminus of State Route 229 is at a T-intersection with State Route 47 just 0.25 miles (0.40 km) south of the village limits of Waldo. Its eastern terminus is more than 50 miles (80 km) to the east at a T-intersection with U.S. Route 36 about 5.5 miles (8.9 km) west of the village of Nellie.
State Route 229 runs through portions of five counties: Marion, Delaware, Morrow, Knox and Coshocton. No part of this state highway is included within the National Highway System, a system of highways deemed most vital to the nation's economy, mobility and defense.
When it was first established in 1930, State Route 229 ran from its junction with State Route 61 west of Marengo to downtown Mount Vernon. In 1937, the highway was extended on the western end to a new endpoint at U.S. Route 23 south of Waldo. Two years later, State Route 229 was extended again, this time on the east side, to its current eastern terminus in extreme western Coshocton County west of Nellie at what was then State Route 715, which would later trade alignments with U.S. Route 36. By 1974, the route officially took on the routing that it has today when it was extended slightly on the western end, running a short distance west of the U.S. Route 23 expressway before turning north onto the former two-lane alignment of U.S. Route 23, and following that roadway up to its current western terminus just south of Waldo where State Route 47 comes in and takes over the old routing of U.S. Route 23.
|Marion||Waldo Township||0.00||0.00||SR 47|
|Delaware||Marlboro Township||1.30||2.09||US 23|
|Morrow||Bennington Township||14.91||24.00||SR 61|
|South Bloomfield Township||21.38||34.41||SR 314 north||Western end of SR 314 concurrency|
|21.55||34.68||SR 314 south||Eastern end of SR 314 concurrency|
|22.03||35.45||SR 656 south||Northern terminus of SR 656|
|Knox||Clinton Township||32.17||51.77||US 36 west / SR 3 south||Western end of US 36/SR 3 concurrency|
|Mount Vernon||33.13||53.32||SR 13 north||Western end of SR 13 concurrency|
|33.25||53.51||US 36 east / SR 3 north||Eastern end of US 36/SR 3 concurrency; traffic circle|
|33.37||53.70||SR 13 south||Eastern end of SR 13 concurrency|
|Gambier||38.02||61.19||SR 308 north||Southern terminus of SR 308|
|Harrison Township||44.16||71.07||US 62|
|Coshocton||Newcastle Township||50.97||82.03||US 36|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Ohio Department of Transportation. "Technical Services Straight Line Diagrams". Retrieved 2010-10-05.
- National Highway System: Ohio (PDF) (Map). Federal Highway Administration. December 2003. Retrieved 2010-10-05.
- Ohio State Map (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1929.
- Ohio State Map (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1930.
- Ohio State Map (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1936.
- Ohio State Map (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1937.
- Ohio State Map (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1938.
- Ohio State Map (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1939.
- Ohio State Map (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1973.
- Ohio State Map (Map). Ohio Department of Transportation. 1974.
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