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Interstate 280
Auxiliary route of the Interstate Highway System
Length: 12.41 mi[1] (19.97 km)
South end: I-80 / I-90 / Ohio Tpk. / SR 420 in Lake Township
North end: I-75 in Toledo
Ohio highways
< SR 279 SR 281 >
Interstates - U.S. Routes - State Routes

Interstate 280 (abbreviated I-280) is a 12.41-mile-long highway that connects Interstate 75 in northeast Toledo, Ohio with Interstate 80/Interstate 90 (part of the Ohio Turnpike) southeast of the city in northeastern Wood County, Ohio.

As of June 25, 2007, the Veterans' Glass City Skyway was opened, replacing the Craig Memorial Bridge, thus taking I-280 off the short list of drawbridges in the Interstate Highway system. After the Glass City Skyway opened, the Craig Bridge was rehabilitated and now carries State Route 65.

Exit list

# Destinations Notes
SR 420 south
1A I-80 / I-90 / Ohio Tpk.Cleveland, Chicago
1B Bahnsen Road TO Hanley Road, Latcha Road
2 SR 795Perrysburg
4 Walbridge
6 SR 51 (Woodville Road) / Curtice Road
7 SR 2Oregon
8 Starr Avenue southbound exit and northbound entrance
9 SR 65 (Front Street)
11 SR 25 south (Greenbelt Parkway) – Downtown Toledo
12 Manhattan Boulevard
(13A) I-75 south - to I-475.svg I-475 northbound exit and southbound entrance — LEFT LANE ONLY
(13B) I-75 north - Detroit northbound exit and southbound entrance — RIGHT 2 LANES

References

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