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State Route 25
Length: 34.57 mi[1] (55.64 km)
Formed: 1926
South end: I-75.svg I-75 near Cygnet
Major
junctions:
US 6 near Bowling Green

I-475 / US 23 in Perrysburg
US 20A / US 24 in Toledo
I-75 in Toledo

North end: I-280.svg I-280 in Toledo
Counties: Wood, Lucas
Ohio highways
< SR 21 SR 26 >
Interstates - U.S. Routes - State Routes

State Route 25 is a largely north–south highway in northwestern Ohio. Its termini are on Interstate 75 near Cygnet (south) and at Interstate 280 in Toledo (north).

Between Perrysburg and Cygnet it is the relic of an old U.S. Route 25 that passes through Bowling Green as largely a divided surface highway. North of Perrysburg it is the Anthony Wayne Trail, formerly U.S. Route 24, which Interstate 75 cuts off as a designation. (U.S. Route 24 in greater Toledo takes, as far south as Perrysburg, the path of what used to be U.S. Route 25, more distant from the newer freeway, having had its route switched with that of old U.S. Route 25). North of this former terminus, State Route 25 runs through downtown Toledo before becoming the Greenbelt Parkway, which is cut off at Interstate 280, terminating the route.

Ohio State Route 25 in Portage.

See also

References

  1. ^ Mileages retrieved from Technical Services Straight Line Diagrams unless otherwise noted.

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