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Ohio State Route 199 (SR 199) is a north-south highway in northwest Ohio. Its southern terminus is at an interchange with US 23 just south of Upper Sandusky, and its northern terminus is at US 20 and SR 795 in Perrysburg.

State Route 199 marker

State Route 199
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length62.160 mi[1] (100.037 km)
Existed1924–present
Major junctions
South end US 23 near Upper Sandusky
  US 23 / US 30 near Upper Sandusky
US 6 through New Rochester
North end US 20 / SR 795 in Perrysburg
Location
CountiesWyandot, Seneca, Wood
Highway system
SR 198SR 200
Barns at the Armstrong Farm along the highway near Upper Sandusky

The route begins northerly into Upper Sandusky, and then on to Carey, where it joins US 23. The two routes run concurrently from Carey to Fostoria. From there, SR 199 continues to West Millgrove and to US 6, whose route it joins for a mile (1.6 km) as it crosses the Portage River. The route then continues north to Perrysburg.

HistoryEdit

Most of SR 199 was formerly the route of US 23. Before 1966, SR 199 was truncated at the south in Fostoria, followed most of the current route of US 23, and was truncated at the north just east of Toledo, Ohio. In 1966, SR 199 was extended along its current route to Upper Sandusky along US 23's current route from Fostoria to Carey and its old route from Carey to Upper Sandusky. In 1969, it switched routes with US 23 from Fostoria to Perrysburg.

Major intersectionsEdit

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
WyandotPitt Township0.0000.000   US 23 / CR 61 – Marion, CareyInterchange
Upper Sandusky4.3426.988   SR 53 east / SR 67 north (Sandusky Avenue) / Wyandot AvenueSouthern end of SR 53 / SR 67 concurrency
4.5067.252   SR 53 west / SR 67 south (8th Street)Northern end of SR 53 / SR 67 concurrency
7.053–
7.160
11.351–
11.523
    US 23 / US 30 to I-75 – MarionInterchange
Carey14.21822.882  SR 103 east – SycamoreSouthern end of SR 103 concurrency
15.40124.786    US 23 south / SR 103 west (Vance Street) / SR 568 west (Findlay Street)Northern end of SR 103 concurrency; southern end of US 23 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 568
SenecaLoudon Township24.78139.881  US 224 – Findlay, Tiffin
Fostoria29.579–
29.588
47.603–
47.617
  SR 18 east (East Lytle Street)Southern end of SR 18 concurrency
30.09348.430  SR 12 west (West Lytle Street)Southern end of SR 12 concurrency
30.394–
30.465
48.914–
49.029
  SR 12 east (East South Street)Northern end of SR 12 concurrency
SenecaHancock
county line
30.91849.758   SR 18 west / SR 613 west (West North Street)Northern end of SR 18 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 613
SenecaWood
county line
31.84051.242  US 23 north (North County Line Street)Northern end of US 23 concurrency
WoodMontgomery Township40.95365.907  SR 281 (Defiance Pike) – Defiance, Wayne, Bradner
Freedom Township46.31374.534  US 6 east – FremontSouthern end of US 6 concurrency
47.28476.096  US 6 west – Bowling GreenNorthern end of US 6 concurrency
Webster Township50.18880.770  SR 105 – Bowling Green, Pemberville
54.42087.581  SR 582 – Haskins, Luckey, Woodville
Perrysburg62.160100.037   US 20 (Louisiana Avenue) / SR 795 east (Indiana Avenue)Western terminus of SR 795
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

ReferencesEdit

Route map:

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b "DESTAPE". Ohio Department of Transportation. July 3, 2014. Retrieved September 1, 2014.