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OH-37.svg
State Route 37
Length: 174.14 mi[1] (280.25 km)
Formed: 1924
West end: OH-12.svg SR 12 in Findlay
Major
junctions:
I-71.svg I-71 near Sunbury
I-70.svg I-70 near Hebron
East end: OH-78.svg SR 78 near Malta
Counties: Hancock, Hardin, Wyandot, Marion, Union, Delaware, Licking, Fairfield, Perry, Morgan
Ohio highways
< SR 34 SR 38 >
Interstates - U.S. Routes - State Routes
Along State Route 37 at Marseilles in Wyandot County.

State Route 37 is a northwest-southeast highway (signed west–east) in Ohio. Its western terminus is at State Route 12 in Findlay, and its eastern terminus is at State Route 78 near Malta.

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Counties Traversed

State Route 37 goes through the following counties (from west to east):

History

State Route 37 is an original state highway that went from Lancaster to Marietta. In 1932, the route was extended to Findlay along its current route. In 1935, its eastern terminus was shortened to its current terminus, giving that route to State Route 78 and the now defunct State Route 77 (now part of State Route 60).

References

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

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