Pennsylvania Route 324
|Maintained by PennDOT|
|Length:||13.304 mi (21.411 km)|
|South end:||SR 3038 (River Road) in Martic Township|
|PA 741 in Pequea Township|
|North end:||US 222 / PA 272 in Lancaster|
Pennsylvania Route 324 (PA 324) is a 13.3-mile-long (21.4 km) state highway located in the western part of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The southern terminus is at River Road (SR 3038) in Martic Township. The northern terminus is at US 222/PA 272 in Lancaster. PA 324 is one of the few signed traffic routes in Pennsylvania that has at least one terminus at an unsigned road.
PA 324 along its route has many other route names it goes by. The streets on the route are Pequea Boulevard, Marticville Road, New Danville Pike, and Queen Street.
The route begins in the village of Pequea at the intersection of River Road, a mile from the Pequea Creek Recreational Area. The very rural route winds north through Martic and Pequea township to the intersection, and small concurrency with PA 741. The route continues north, paralleling the Conestoga River into Lancaster City, before terminating at US 222/PA 272 (Northbound) on Queen Street.
The entire route is in Lancaster County.
|Martic Township||0.000||0.000||SR 3038 (Susquehanna Street)|
|Pequea Township||9.740||15.675||PA 741 east (Long Lane) – Willow Street, Strasburg||Southern terminus of PA 741 concurrency|
|10.223||16.452||PA 741 west (Millersville Road) – Millersville||Northern terminus of PA 741 concurrency|
|Lancaster||13.055||21.010||US 222 / PA 272 south (Prince Street)|
|13.304||21.411||US 222 / PA 272 north (Queen Street / Highland Avenue)||Northbound only|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "Pennsylvania state roads". Pennsylvania Spatial Data Access. Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. 2013. Retrieved March 14, 2013.