Ohio State Route 292 runs from Kenton to Zanesfield, in Hardin and Logan Counties. The northern start to Ohio Route 292 occurs as it splits from Ohio Route 31 on the south side of Kenton. Ohio Route 292 runs southerly from there to East Liberty, where it reaches the US Route 33 corridor. Instead of cutting east to Ohio Route 347, where it might then reach Ohio Route 347's interchange with US Route 33, Ohio Route 292 diverts westerly onto a northern frontage road of US Route 33. Then, it ends at a different interchange with US Route 33, near Zanesfield.
My photo for Ohio State Route 292 comes from the point where it joins a northern frontage road of US Route 33 to take it west. This is in the southwestern outskirts of East Liberty, Ohio. The signage depicted serves westbound travelers on the frontage road, to tell them that Ohio Route 292 is reached by a turn toward the right (north). The signage fails to mention, though, that Ohio Route 292 also turns west onto the frontage road, into the background (as evidenced by the trailblazer you can also see). This photo was taken on Leap Day 2016, as I used the US Route 33 corridor to come home from Columbus. Back to Ohio Routes 200-299. Back to the Ohio main page. Back to the home page.