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State Route 44 (SR 44) is a north–south state highway in the northeastern portion of Ohio, a U.S. state. It runs from a southern terminus at State Route 43 in Waynesburg to a northern terminus at the entrance to Headlands Beach State Park near Painesville. spans from Painesville Township in the north to Waynesburg in the south. Various sections of SR 44 are named for individuals.[2]

State Route 44 marker

State Route 44
Route of SR 44 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by ODOT
Length81.23 mi[1] (130.73 km)
Existed1924–present
Major junctions
South end SR 43 near Waynesburg
  US 30 in East Canton

US 62 in Nimishillen Township
US 224 in Randolph Township
I-76 / SR 5 near Ravenna
I-80 / Ohio Turnpike near Mantua
US 422 in Auburn Township
US 322 in Munson Township
US 6 in Chardon

I-90 in Concord
SR 2 in Painesville
North endCR 518 at Headlands Beach State Park, in Painesville Township
Location
CountiesStark, Portage, Geauga, Lake
Highway system
SR 43SR 45

Major junctionsEdit

 
SR 44 north from SR 43 in Waynesburg
CountyLocationmikmExitDestinationsNotes
StarkSandy Township0.000.00  SR 43 (Waynesburg Drive)
Osnaburg Township7.8412.62  US 30 east – MinervaSouthern end of US 30 concurrency
East Canton8.6813.97  US 30 west (Walnut Street) / Wood StreetNorthern end of US 30 concurrency
8.8414.23  SR 172 (Nassau Street)
Louisville12.7420.50  SR 153 (Main Street)
Nimishillen Township14.28–
14.52
22.98–
23.37
  US 62 – Alliance, CantonInterchange
NimishillenMarlboro
township line
17.1927.66  SR 173 east / CR 31 (State Street) – AllianceWestern terminus of SR 173
Marlboro Township20.6933.30  SR 619 – Hartville, Alliance
PortageRandolph Township26.1042.00  US 224 – Barberton, Canfield
Rootstown Township31.52–
31.70
50.73–
51.02
   I-76 / SR 5 begins – Youngstown, AkronExit 38 (I-76); southern end of SR 5 concurrency
31.9751.45SR 44C / CR 74 (South Prospect Street) – RavennaNorthbound exit / southbound entrance only; southern terminus of unsigned SR 44C
Ravenna Township34.98–
35.39
56.29–
56.95
   SR 5 north / SR 14 east – WarrenInterchange; northern end of SR 5 concurrency; southern end of SR 14 concurrency
35.7357.50  SR 59 – Warren
Ravenna37.3060.03  SR 88 (Freedom Street) – Garrettsville, Hiram College
Ravenna Township38.1061.32  SR 14 west / North Chestnut Street – StreetsboroNorthern end of SR 14 concurrency
Shalersville Township42.3768.19  SR 303 – Streetsboro, Windham
42.81–
43.07
68.90–
69.31
   I-80 / Ohio Turnpike – Youngstown, ClevelandExit 193 (Ohio Tpk.)
Mantua Township47.4076.28  SR 82 – Aurora, Hiram, Hiram College
GeaugaAuburn Township52.50–
52.59
84.49–
84.64
  US 422 – Warren, ClevelandExit 29 (US 422)
Newbury Township58.8594.71  SR 87 – Burton, Cleveland
Munson Township63.12101.58  US 322 – Orwell, Cleveland
Chardon66.55107.10  US 6 west (Water Street) / South Hambden StreetSouthern end of US 6 concurrency
66.80107.50  US 6 east (North Hambden Street) / North StreetNorthern end of US 6 concurrency
LakeConcord Township73.65–
73.89
118.53–
118.91
  I-90 – Erie, Pa., ClevelandExit 200 (I-90)
Southern end of freeway
75.35–
75.96
121.26–
122.25
75   SR 84 to US 20 – Mentor, Painesville
Painesville77.00123.9276  To US 20 (Jackson Street)Southbound exit; northbound entrance
Painesville Township77.56–
78.22
124.82–
125.88
77  SR 2 east – PainesvilleSouthern end of SR 2 concurrency; exit 221 (SR 2)
Mentor78.68–
78.83
126.62–
126.86
220  SR 2 west – ClevelandNorthern end of SR 2 concurrency
Northern end of freeway
79.40–
79.68
127.78–
128.23
79   SR 283 / LECT – Grand River, MentorInterchange
Painesville Township81.23130.73CR 518 (Headlands Road) / Headlands Beach State Park entrance
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

SR 44CEdit

State Route 44C (SR 44C) is the 0.19-mile (0.31 km) approach of former SR 44 to the State Route 44/State Route 5 interchange in Rootstown Township, just north of Interstate 76.[3]

ReferencesEdit

Route map:

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  1. ^ "DESTAPE". Ohio Department of Transportation. July 3, 2014. Retrieved October 1, 2014.
  2. ^ Ohio Revised Code Chapter 5533
  3. ^ Ohio Department of Transportation. "Technical Services Straight Line Diagrams: SR 44-C" (PDF). Retrieved January 5, 2014.