Length: 155.21 mi. Direction: south-north. Ohio State Route 41 (SR 41) is a highway in the southern and western part of Ohio that begins in Aberdeen, and ends near Covington. Part of the highway in the area of Troy is called "Sheriff's Sgt. Robert "Bobby" Elliott Memorial Highway". The road passes through the counties of Brown, Adams, Highland, Pike, Ross, Fayette, Madison, Clark, and Miami. It was opened in 1924.
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