Pennsylvania Route 46
|Maintained by PennDOT|
|Length:||43.0 mi (69.2 km)|
|South end:||PA 120 in Emporium|
|North end:||US 219 / PA 346 in Bradford|
Pennsylvania Route 46 (PA 46) is a 43-mile-long (69 km) state highway located in northern Pennsylvania. The southern terminus of the route is at Pennsylvania Route 120 in Emporium. The northern terminus is at the Bradford Bypass, carrying U.S. Route 219 and Pennsylvania Route 346, in Bradford roughly two miles south of the New York-Pennsylvania border.
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PA 46 was first signed in 1927, extending from U.S. Route 6 in Smethport north to US 219 in Bradford. The route was extended southward to Emporium in 1928 when the eastern segment of Pennsylvania Route 47, which ran along present-day PA 46 from PA 120 in Emporium to US 6 in Smethport, was decommissioned after only one year of service.
|Cameron||Emporium||0.0||0.0||PA 120 (4th Street / Bucktail Trail Highway) – Renovo, St. Marys|
|McKean||Norwich Township||17.7||28.5||PA 146 west – Clermont, Mt. Jewett||Eastern terminus of PA 146|
|Keating Township||25.0||40.2||US 6 east (East Street) – Coudersport||South end of US 6 concurrency|
|Smethport||25.8||41.5||US 6 west (East Street) – Kane||North end of US 6 concurrency|
|Keating Township||28.7||46.2||PA 446 north – Eldred||Southern terminus of PA 446|
|Foster Township||35.9||57.8||PA 646 (Main Street) – Aiken, Olean|
|39.4||63.4||PA 246 east (Looker Mountain Trail) – Eldred||Western terminus of PA 246|
|Bradford||43.0||69.2||US 219 / PA 346 – Ridgway, Foster Brook, Salamanca||Interchange|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Google Inc. "Pennsylvania Route 46". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. https://maps.google.com/maps?saddr=Woodland+Ave&daddr=41.8605241,-78.4483517+to:N+Kendall+Ave&hl=en&ll=41.735454,-78.379211&spn=0.842373,1.783905&sll=41.860612,-78.448144&sspn=0.003284,0.006968&geocode=FZBoeQIdkQ5W-w%3BFay9fgIdIflS-ymR7GhuEo_NiTHIoubLl8YGZg%3BFSJlgAIdBzVQ-w&mra=dpe&mrsp=1&sz=18&via=1&t=m&z=10. Retrieved June 8, 2013.
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