State Route 619
|Maintained by ODOT|
|Length||28.98 mi (46.64 km)|
|West end||I-76 / US 224 in Barberton|
|SR 241 in Green|
|East end||SR 183 near Alliance|
State Route 619 (SR 619) is an east–west state highway in the northeastern portion of the U.S. state of Ohio. The western terminus of State Route 619 is at an interchange with the Interstate 76/U.S. Route 224 freeway in Barberton. Its eastern terminus is at State Route 183 in Lexington Township, just north of Alliance.
State Route 619 travels through Summit and Stark Counties. There are no stretches of the route that are incorporated within the National Highway System.
First designated in 1937, SR 619 has generally followed the Barberton-to-Alliance alignment that it maintains today since its inception. With the exception of some minor re-alignments in Barberton, the highway has not seen any other significant changes since making its first appearance.
|Summit||Akron||0.00||0.00||I-76 / US 224 / East Avenue / Kenmore Boulevard – Lodi, Canton||Exit 17 (I-76)|
|New Franklin||4.87||7.84||SR 93 (Manchester Road) – Canal Fulton, Akron|
SR 241 (Massillon Road) to I-77 – Massillon
|Stark||Hartville||16.65||26.80||SR 43 north (Kent Avenue) / Steffy Avenue – Kent||Western end of SR 43 concurrency|
|17.20||27.68||SR 43 south (Prospect Avenue) – Canton||Eastern end of SR 43 concurrency|
|Marlboro Township||21.56||34.70||SR 44 (Ravenna Avenue) – Ravenna, Louisville|
|Lexington Township||28.98||46.64||SR 183 (Iowa Avenue NE) / Gaskill Drive NE – Limaville|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|