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AdamsState Route 136
  
The road known as state route number one hundred thirty-six, running in a north and south direction through the counties of Adams and Highland and through the municipal corporations of Sugartree Ridge, Winchester, Cherry Fork, Bentonville, and Manchester shall be known as the "Governor Thomas Kirker highway."
AdamsState Highway 7
  
The road known as state highway number seven, extending along the Ohio river between Cincinnati, Ohio, and Gallipolis, Ohio, and through the counties of Hamilton, Clermont, Brown, Adams, Scioto, Lawrence, and Gallia and through the municipal corporations of Cincinnati, New Richmond, Neville, Higginsport, Ripley, Aberdeen, Manchester, Portsmouth, Ironton, Protorville, and Gallipolis is designated as "the Atlantic and Pacific highway." In Rome township, Lawrence county, the said Atlantic and Pacific highway shall follow state highway number five hundred and nine instead of number seven.
AdamsState Route 41
  
The road known as state route number forty-one, running in a northeasterly and southwesterly direction, commencing at the village of Aberdeen, in Brown county, as the junction of United States route number fifty-two, and extending through the counties of Adams, Highland, and Pike to the junction of state route number forty-one with state route number fifty, at the west junction thereof, in Ross county, shall be known as the "Old Zane Trace Memorial Highway."
AdamsState Route 41
  
In addition to any other name prescribed in the Revised Code or otherwise, that portion of the road known as state route number forty-one, commencing at the intersection of that state route and Rarden road within the municipal corporation of Peebles and proceeding in a northerly direction to the intersection of that state route and the road known as cemetery road to the west of that state route and as frog hollow road to the east of that state route, within Adams county only, shall be known as the "Specialist 4 Samuel A. Johnson Memorial Highway."
AdamsState Route 41
  
In addition to the designation in section 5533.20 of the Revised Code, that portion of the road known as state route number forty-one, commencing at the intersection of that state route and state route number thirty-two and proceeding in a northerly direction to the intersection of state route forty-one and Shaker Run road in the village of Peebles in Adams county only, shall be known as the "Corporal Lucas C. Scott Memorial Highway."
AllenInterstate Route 75
  
The road known as interstate route seventy-five, running in a southerly direction from the city of Toledo, Lucas county, through the counties of Wood, Hancock, Allen, Auglaize, Shelby, Miami, Montgomery and Warren to the city of Cincinnati, Hamilton county, shall be known as the "American Legion Memorial Highway."
AllenInterstate Route 75
  
In addition to the designation in section 5533.24 of the Revised Code, the road known as interstate route seventy-five, running in a southerly direction from the city of Toledo in Lucas county, through the counties of Wood, Hancock, Allen, Auglaize, Shelby, Miami, Montgomery, Warren, and Butler to the city of Cincinnati in Hamilton county, also shall be known as the "Pearl Harbor Memorial Highway."
AllenState Route 309
  
That portion of the road known as state route number three hundred nine, running in a northwesterly and southeasterly direction, commencing at the intersection of that road and Piquad road and extending to the intersection of that road and Baty road in Allen county only, shall be known as the "Captain Dennis Pintor Memorial Highway."
AllenState Route 309
  
That portion of the road known as state route three hundred nine, running in an easterly and westerly direction, commencing at the intersection of that road and south Phillips road and extending to the intersection of that road and south Pevee road in Allen county only, shall be known as the "Army Cpl. Nathan B. Carse Memorial Highway."
AshlandState Route 3
  
The road known as state route number three, and popularly known as the "Three C Highway," running in a northeasterly and southwesterly direction across the state through the counties of Cuyahoga, Medina, Wayne, Ashland, Holmes, Knox, Delaware, Franklin, Madison, Fayette, Clinton, Warren, and Hamilton and through the municipal corporations of Cleveland, Medina, Wooster, Mount Vernon, Columbus, Washington C.H., Wilmington, and Cincinnati shall be known as the "Thirty-seventh Division Memorial Highway."
AshlandState Route 42
  
The road known as state route number forty-two, running in a northeasterly and southwesterly direction across the state through the counties of Cuyahoga, Medina, Wayne, Ashland, Richland, Morrow, Delaware, Union, Madison, Clark, Greene, Warren, Butler, and Hamilton and through the municipal corporations of Cleveland, Medina, Ashland, Mansfield, Mt. Gilead, Delaware, London, Xenia, Lebanon, and Cincinnati shall be known as the "Forty-second `Rainbow' Division Memorial Highway."
AshlandInterstate Route 71
  
In addition to the name prescribed by section 5533.32 of the Revised Code, that portion of the highway known as interstate number seventy-one, running in a northerly and southerly direction within Ashland county between mile marker number one hundred eighty-nine and mile marker number one hundred ninety-one, also shall be known as the "Trooper James R. Gross Memorial Highway."
AshlandU.S. Route 250
  
That portion of the road known as United States route number two hundred fifty, commencing at the intersection of that United States route and county road number seven hundred fifty-eight and proceeding in a southerly direction to the intersection of that United States route and township road number eight hundred fifty-six, within Ashland county only, shall be known as the "Sheriff's Lieutenant John P. Gisclon Memorial Highway."
AshlandState Route 60
  
The road known as state route number sixty, running in a northerly and southerly direction through Ashland county only, shall be known as the "Thomas A. Van Meter Memorial Highway."
AshlandState Route 179
  
That portion of the road known as state route number one hundred seventy-nine, commencing at the intersection of that state route and College street within the municipal corporation of Hayesville and proceeding in an easterly and then southeasterly and then southerly direction to the intersection of that state route and township road number two thousand six hundred fifty, within Ashland county only, shall be known as the "Specialist Damon G. Winkleman Memorial Highway."
AshlandU.S. Route 250
  
The portion of the road known as United States route two hundred fifty, commencing in Ashland county at the intersection of that route and cottage street and extending in a southeasterly direction to the intersection of that route and United States route forty-two, shall be known as the "Ashland County Veterans' Memorial Highway."
AshlandState Route 39
  
In addition to any other name prescribed in the Revised Code or otherwise, that portion of the road known as state route number thirty-nine, running in a northwesterly and southeasterly direction between the municipal corporations of Perrysville and Loudonville, within Ashland county only, shall be known as the "Fireman First Class Irving Eugene Peters Memorial Highway."
AshlandInterstate Route 71
  
In addition to any other name prescribed in the Revised Code or otherwise, that portion of the highway known as interstate route number seventy-one, commencing at the southwest boundary of Ashland county and proceeding in a southwesterly direction to the interchange of that interstate highway and state route number thirty-nine in Richland county shall be known as the "Lt. Col. Albert L. Allen, Jr., Memorial Highway."
AshtabulaU.S. Route 6
  
The road known as United States route number six, extending across the northern portion of the state through the counties of Williams, Henry, Wood, Sandusky, Erie, Lorain, Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, and Ashtabula and through the municipal corporations of Bryan, Napoleon, Bowling Green, Fremont, Sandusky, Lorain, Cleveland, and Chardon shall be known as "the Grand Army of the Republic highway."
AshtabulaU.S. Route 20
  
The road known as United States route number twenty, extending across the northern portion of the state through the counties of Williams, Fulton, Lucas, Wood, Sandusky, Huron, Lorain, Cuyahoga, Lake, and Ashtabula and through and municipal corporations of Fremont, Norwalk, Elyria, Cleveland, Painesville, and Ashtabula shall be known as the "General McPherson highway."
AshtabulaOhio Route 11
  
The road known as Ohio route number eleven beginning at Ashtabula, Ohio, and running in a northerly and southerly direction through the counties of Ashtabula, Trumbull, Mahoning, and Columbiana to East Liverpool, shall be known as the "Lake to River Highway."
AshtabulaOhio Route 11
  
In addition to the designation contained in section 5533.28 of the Revised Code, that portion of the road known as state route eleven, located only within Ashtabula county and running in a northerly and southerly direction, shall be known as the "Marine Private Henry Kalinowski Memorial Highway."
AshtabulaInterstate Route 90
  
The road known as interstate route ninety, extending from the Pennsylvania border in Ashtabula county to its intersection with the Ohio turnpike in Lorain county, shall be known as the "Amvets highway."
AshtabulaU.S. Route 20
  
The bridge spanning the Conneaut creek, located in the municipal corporation of Conneaut in Ashtabula county and being part of the highway known as United States route number twenty, shall be known as "The Ohio Veterans Memorial Bridge."
AshtabulaU.S. Route 20
  
The viaduct spanning the Ashtabula River, located in the city of Ashtabula and Ashtabula Township and being a part of the highway known as United States route number twenty, shall be known as the "Reverend Dr. Sam Wells, Jr., Memorial Viaduct."
AshtabulaU.S. Route 20
  
The road known as United States route number twenty, commencing at the eastern-most boundary of the municipal corporation of Ashtabula and extending in a northeasterly direction to the western-most boundary of the municipal corporation of North Kingsville, shall be known as the "World War I Veterans Highway."
AshtabulaU.S. Route 322
  
That portion of the road known as United States route number three hundred twenty-two, located within the municipal corporation of Orwell in Ashtabula county only, shall be known as the "Sgt. Kurt D. Schamberg, Orwell Veterans Highway."
AthensU.S. Route 50
  
The highway known as United States route number fifty and alternate fifty, extending across the entire southern portion of the state through the counties of Washington, Athens, Vinton, Ross, Highland, Brown, Clermont, and Hamilton, and through the municipal corporations of Marietta, Belpre, Athens, Chillicothe, Hillsboro, and Cincinnati shall be known as the "George Washington Highway."
AthensU.S. Route 33
  
The bridge spanning the Hocking River at the eastern edge of the municipal corporation of Athens in Athens county and being part of the highway known as United States route number thirty-three, shall be known as the "Captain Robert C. Hess Jr. Veterans Bridge."
AthensU.S. Route 33
  
The bridge spanning the Hocking River near the community of The Plains in Athens county and being part of the highway known as United States route number thirty-three, shall be known as the "Lt. Lloyd Thomas Memorial Bridge."
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