Wyandot County’s extensive transportation infrastructure dates back to 1913 when the Lincoln Highway was built. The Lincoln Highway, U.S. Route 30, was the first road across America, reaching coast-to-coast from Atlantic City New Jersey to Astoria, Oregon. Today, Wyandot County is at the intersection of U.S. Route 30 and U.S. Route 23, two four lane, divided freeways built to standards similar to those of interstate highways. In addition, we are home to nine State Routes (53, 67, 199, 37, 231, 568, 103, 182, and 294). This combination of state and federal highways facilitates the seamless movement of people and products throughout the region.
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A close up view of the highways going through Wyandot County can be found by clicking the map below.