Ohio State Route 237
According to findjobdescriptions, State Route 237 or OH-237 is a state route and partial freeway in the U.S. state of Ohio. The road runs through the Cleveland suburbs, from Strongsville to Lakewood. Of the 22 kilometers, 5 kilometers is a highway, the Berea Freeway.
State Route 237.
State Route 237 begins in the southern suburb of Strongsville and is initially a regular city road with yard connections, mostly single-lane. The Cleveland Airport route is a 2×2 lane freeway. The highway ends at the interchange with Interstate 71 and Interstate 480. State Route 237 then continues for a while into the suburb of Lakewood.
The Berea Freeway was built between 1983 and 1987. It concerned the conversion of an existing multi-lane road.
Ohio State Route 315
State Route 315 or SR-315 is a state route and partial freeway in the U.S. state of Ohio. The road forms the northern highway of the Columbus metropolitan area and runs from the center of that city to the town of Delaware. The route is 36 kilometers long.
The highway begins southwest of downtown, where Interstate 71 exits east at Interstate 70 via a TOTSO, while SR-315 continues straight through 2×3 lanes and is sunken. This section is called the Innerbelt. One then crosses Interstate 670, an east-west connection in the city. The highway then also has 2×3 lanes and runs parallel to the Olentangy River to the north. The highway is thereafter called the Olentangy Freeway. The road opens up some suburbs north of Columbus and crosses the Interstate 270. ring road at Worthington. After that, the highway section stops and the road continues north as a normal main road. This is a secondary route due to its proximity to the more important US 23 which runs less than a mile away. Just south of the city of Delaware, SR-315 merges with US 23.
Plans for a freeway along the Olentangy River were made as early as the 1930s. The section immediately north of I-70 is the oldest and probably opened to traffic in the early 1950s. In 1958, the interchange with US 33 opened to traffic, with traffic on SR-315 branching to US 33 heading east. At the time, this was part of I-71. It was not until later, presumably in or after the latter half of the 1960s, that SR-315 was constructed further north along the Olentangy River. In the late 1960s, SR-315 opened to Kinnear Road and on August 7, 1972, a 1.5-mile section opened to Ackerman Road. In 1975 another extension opened north and by 1980 SR-315 was ready to I-270 in north Columbus.
A major adjustment involved the reconstruction of the interchange with I-670. I-670 runs east-west and intersects SR-315 west of downtown Columbus. Around 2002, the node was significantly modified. This project was fully completed in 2003. The sharp bend from SR-315 to US 33 is now an exit.
The highway handles quite a bit of traffic, with up to 111,000 vehicles in 2×3 lanes. Traffic usually flows enough not to cause serious congestion.
State Route 562 in Ohio
State Route 562 or OH-562 is a state route in the U.S. state of Ohio. The road is a freeway, and is the first east-west route north of downtown Cincinnati. The highway is 6 kilometers long.
State Route 562, also known as The Lateral or the Norwood Lateral, is a short connecting highway between Interstate 75 on the west and Interstate 71 on the east. The highway has 2×2 lanes and mainly serves the old suburb of Norwood.
The first section between I-75 and Reading Road in Golf Manor opened to traffic in 1958, concurrent with the construction of I-75 north of Cincinnati. Construction of the rest of the highway through Norwood coincided with the construction of I-71 and opened in the early 1970s.
68,000 vehicles drive on the Norwood Lateral every 24 hours.
Ohio State Route 711
According to indexdotcom, State Route 711 or OH-711 is a state route and freeway in the U.S. state of Ohio. The highway is located in the city of Youngstown and is 5 kilometers long.
State Route 711 links Interstate 680 and Interstate 80 in northern Youngstown. The highway has 2×2 lanes and merges with I-80 into State Route 11 towards Ashtabula.
Despite its short length, the highway was built in two eras. The southern section between I-680 and US 422 opened to traffic in 1971. An extension to I-80 was only constructed between 2002 and 2005. The highway opened to traffic on October 24, 2005, and was the first new highway in Youngstown in decades.