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State Route 420
Length: 2.40 mi[1] (3.86 km)
Formed: 1970
South end: US 20.svgUS 23.svg US 20/US 23 in Troy Township
North end: I-80.svgI-90.svgOhioTurnpike.svgI-280.svg I-80/I-90/OH Tpk./I-280 in Lake Township
Counties: Wood
Ohio highways
< SR 416 SR 421 >
Interstates - U.S. Routes - State Routes

State Route 420 or OH 420 is a north–south state highway in the northwestern portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. The highway is divided in its entirety (though it is an at-grade divided highway). Its southern terminus is an interchange with the US 20/US 23 duplex near the hamlet of Lemoyne, nearly 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Perrysburg. The route’s northern terminus is at the southern terminus of I-280, where the two routes interchange with the Ohio Turnpike; this interchange is almost 2.5 miles (4.0 km) north of OH 420’s southern terminus. The route’s main purpose is to link drivers from US 20/US 23 to I-280 and the Ohio Turnpike.



County Location Mile Roads intersected Notes
Wood Troy Township 0.00[1] US 20.svgUS 23.svg US 20/US 23 Southern terminus at a trumpet interchange.
Troy Township - Lake Township Line 1.64 OH-163.svg OH 163
Lake Township 2.40 I-80.svgI-90.svgOhioTurnpike.svg I-80/I-90/OH Tpk. Northern terminus at a double trumpet interchange. Continues north as I-280.


  • 1970 – Original route certified; the entire route was OH 120 from 1955 to 1970[2]. No significant changes to its routing since its certification.
  • Fall 2006 - The new freeway interchange at the southern terminus fully opens to traffic, replacing the confusing (and somewhat dangerous) at-grade interchange that was in use for many years.


  1. ^ a b Mileages retrieved from Technical Services Straight Line Diagrams unless otherwise noted.
  2. ^ Route 420 (The Unofficial Ohio State Highways Web Site) by John Simpson

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