Former state routes in Pennsylvania

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The following is a list of former state routes in Pennsylvania. These roads are now either parts of other routes or no longer carry a traffic route number.

PA 1[edit]

PA Route 1
Location: HookstownMorrisville
Existed: 1924–1929

Pennsylvania Route 1 was the designation for the Lincoln Highway in Pennsylvania between 1924 and 1929. It is now US 30 west of Philadelphia and US 1 east of Philadelphia.

PA 2[edit]

PA Route 2
Location: PhiladelphiaGreat Bend
Length: 163 mi[1] (262.32 km)
Existed: 1924–1930

The former Pennsylvania Route 2 was formed in 1924,[2] and ran south to north from Philadelphia to the New York state line for a distance of 163 miles (262 km).[1] The route passed through Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Northampton, Monroe, Wayne, Lackawanna, Wyoming, and Susquehanna Counties.

Deleted in 1930,[1] PA 2 followed the former U.S. Route 611, now PA Route 611, from Philadelphia, to Scranton, and the current U.S. Route 11 from there to the New York state line near Great Bend.

Browse numbered routes
PA 1 PA PA 3


PA 3[edit]

PA Route 3
Location: Hanover TownshipEaston
Existed: 1924–1930

Pennsylvania Route 3 was the designation for the William Penn Highway running from Hanover Township to Easton. It was replaced by US 22. Currently parts of old PA 3 are PA 60 from Robinson Township to Pittsburgh, US 322 from Harrisburg to Hershey, US 422 from Hershey to Wyomissing, US 422 Business from Wyomissing to Reading, US 222 Business from Reading to Laureldale, US 222 from Laureldale to Dorneyville (except the Kutztown and Trexlertown/Wescosville bypasses), and PA 222 from Dorneyville to Allentown.

PA 4[edit]

PA Route 4
Location: ShrewsburyLawrenceville
Length: 209 mi[3] (336.35 km)
Existed: 1924–1930

The former Pennsylvania Route 4 was formed in 1924,[2] and ran south to north from the Maryland state line near Shrewsbury to the New York state line near Lawrenceville for a distance of 209 miles (336 km).[3] The route passed through York, Cumberland, Dauphin, Perry, Juniata, Snyder, Northumberland, Lycoming, and Tioga Counties.

Deleted in 1930, PA Route 4 followed the former US 111 alignment from Maryland state line to Harrisburg; US 22 from Harrisburg to Amity Hall; US 11 along with the former US 111 from Amity Hall to Northumberland; the former US 120 from Northumberland to Williamsport; and again the former US 111 from Williamsport to the New York state line.

Browse numbered routes
PA 3 PA PA 5


PA 5[edit]

PA Route 5
Location: EriePhiladelphia
Existed: 1924–1936

Pennsylvania Route 5 was the designation for the Lakes-to-Sea Highway running from Erie to Philadelphia. It is now US 19, US 322, and PA 3.

PA 6[edit]

PA Route 6
Location: SalisburyBradford
Existed: 1924–1930

Pennsylvania Route 6 is the former designation for what is now US 219.

PA 7[edit]

PA Route 7
Location: ErieMatamoras
Existed: 1924–1930

Pennsylvania Route 7 is the former designation for what became US 6 between Erie and Matamoras.

PA 9 (1920s)[edit]

PA Route 9
Location: West SpringfieldNorth East
Existed: 1924–1930

Pennsylvania Route 9 is the former designation for what is now US 20 in Erie County.

PA 9 (1950s)[edit]

PA Route 9
Location: Plymouth MeetingClarks Summit
Existed: 1955–1996

Pennsylvania Route 9 was the designation for the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike from 1955 to 1996, when it was replaced by I-476.

PA 10[edit]

PA Route 10
Location: BlairsvilleDuBois
Existed: 1924–1930

Pennsylvania Route 10 is the former designation for what is now US 119 between Blairsville and DuBois.

PA 11[edit]

PA Route 11
Location: West AlexanderAddison
Existed: 1924–1926

Pennsylvania Route 11 is the former designation for what is now US 40 in Pennsylvania.

PA 12 (1920s)[edit]

PA Route 12
Location: NottinghamPhiladelphia
Existed: 1924–1930

Pennsylvania Route 12 is the former designation for the Baltimore Pike, being replaced with US 1.

PA 12 (1930s)[edit]

PA Route 12
Location: Center ValleyStokcertown
Existed: 1930s–1961

Pennsylvania Route 12 is the former designation for what became PA 191 between Center Valley and Stokcertown.

PA 13[edit]

PA Route 13
Location: State LineChestnut Hill
Length: 169 mi[4] (271.98 km)
Existed: 1926–1928

Pennsylvania Route 13 was an 169-mile-long (272 km) state highway located in Franklin, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lebanon, Berks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties in Pennsylvania. The western terminus was at the Maryland state line in State Line. The eastern terminus was at US 309 in Chestnut Hill. The route was replaced by US 11, US 22 and US 120.

Browse numbered routes
US 13 PA PA 14


PA 15[edit]

PA Route 15
Location: Wilkes-BarreMount Pocono
Existed: 1927–1928

Pennsylvania Route 15 is the former designation for what became PA 115 between Wilkes-Barre and Mount Pocono.

PA 19[edit]

PA Route 19
Location: LewistownDarbytown
Existed: mid-1920s–late-1920s

Pennsylvania Route 19 was a state highway in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. It ran from Lewistown northeast to the Delaware River across from Narrowsburg, New York,[5] and became parts of U.S. Route 522, U.S. Route 11, and U.S. Route 106 in the 1928 renumbering.

Spurs off the former PA 19 - PA 139, PA 239, PA 339, PA 439, PA 539, and PA 639 - were numbered as PA 39;[6] several three-digit numbers ending in 19 were already used by U.S. Routes (US 119 and US 219).

Browse numbered routes
US 19 PA US 20


PA 22[edit]

PA Route 22
Location: AllentownWilkes-Barre
Length: 60 mi[7] (96.56 km)
Existed: 1927–1930

Pennsylvania Route 22 was an 60-mile-long (97 km) state highway located in Lehigh, Carbon, and Luzerne counties in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at PA 3 in Allentown. The northern terminus was at PA 19 in Wilkes-Barre. The route was replaced by PA 309.

PA 37[edit]

PA Route 37
Location: GreeleyShohola
Existed: 1928–1967

Pennsylvania Route 37 is the former designation for what is now PA 434 between Greeley and Shohola.

PA 43[edit]

PA Route 43
Location: HarrisburgBethlehem
Length: 87.41 mi[8] (140.67 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 43 was a route that ran from U.S. Route 22, U.S. Route 11, and Pennsylvania Route 5 in Harrisburg to Pennsylvania Route 12 in Bethlehem. When the highway was truncated in 1932 along Susquehanna Street from Allentown to Bethlehem, its previous alignment was designated as U.S. Route 22.

PA 47 (west)[edit]

PA Route 47
Location: MeadvillePittsfield Township
Existed: 1927–1928

Pennsylvania Route 47 is the former designation for what became PA 27 between Meadville and Pittsfield Township.

PA 47 (east)[edit]

PA Route 47
Location: EmporiumSmethport
Existed: 1927–1928

Pennsylvania Route 47 is the former designation for what became PA 46 between Emporium and Smethport.

PA 55 (west)[edit]

PA Route 55
Location: SharonFranklin
Existed: 1927–1928

Pennsylvania Route 55 was the designation for what became PA 65 (now US 62) between Sharon and Franklin.

PA 55 (east)[edit]

PA Route 55
Location: RidgwayClinton County
Existed: 1927–1930

Pennsylvania Route 55 was the designation for what would become US 120 between Ridgway and Clinton County.

PA 57[edit]

PA Route 57
Location: Oil CityFryburg
Existed: 1927–1932

Pennsylvania Route 57 was the designation for what became US 62 (now PA 157) between Oil City and Fryburg.

PA 62[edit]

PA Route 62
Location: Chadds FordPleasant Corners
Existed: 1927–1932

Pennsylvania Route 62 was the designation for what became PA 100 between Chadds Ford and Pleasant Corners.

PA 67 (west)[edit]

PA Route 67
Location: MeadvilleRiceville
Existed: 1927–1928

Pennsylvania Route 67 was the designation for what became PA 77 between Meadville and Riceville.

PA 67 (east)[edit]

PA Route 67
Location: WyalusingMilford
Existed: 1927–1930

Pennsylvania Route 67 was the designation for what became US 106 (now PA 706) between Wyalusing and Milford.

PA 70[edit]

PA Route 70
Location: CarbondaleGreat Bend
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 70 was the designation for what is now PA 171.

PA 71[edit]

PA Route 71
Location: North Bethlehem TownshipGreensburg
Length: 40 mi[9] (64.37 km)
Existed: 1928–1964

Pennsylvania Route 71 (PA Route 71 or PA 71) was a state highway in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, serving the Washington-Greensburg corridor that Interstate 70 now serves. The western terminus of the route was at U.S. Route 40 in North Bethlehem Township. The eastern terminus was at U.S. Route 30 in Greensburg.

Following its decommissioning in 1964, the routing of PA 71 became Pennsylvania Route 917 from US 40 to then-Interstate 70S (now Interstate 70) in Bentleyville, I-70S from Bentleyville to Pennsylvania Route 201 near North Belle Vernon, PA 201 from I-70S to Pennsylvania Route 136 near West Newton, and PA 136 from PA 201 to US 30.

In 1948, a drive-in theater was built on PA 71 in Rostraver Township, just off of I-70, and was named after its route: Super 71 Drive-In. This name was kept throughout its entire existence (1948-1995), even after the stretch of PA 71 it was located on was decommissioned and renumbered PA 201.

Browse numbered routes
PA 70 PA PA 72


PA 76[edit]

PA Route 76
Location: WarfordsburgReedsville
Existed: 1930–1964

Pennsylvania Route 76 was the designation for what is now PA 655.

PA 78[edit]

PA Route 78
Location: Brady TownshipRichmond Township
Length: 55 mi[10] (88.51 km)
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 78 was a 55-mile-long (89 km) north–south state highway located in western Pennsylvania. The southern terminus of the route was at Pennsylvania Route 8 in Brady Township. The northern terminus was at Pennsylvania Route 408 in Richmond Township.

The route was deleted in 1961 and replaced with Pennsylvania Route 173 from PA 8 to Pennsylvania Route 27 and Pennsylvania Route 198 from PA 27 to Gilbert Road four miles (6 km) south of PA 408.

Browse numbered routes
I-78 PA I-79


PA 79[edit]

PA Route 79
Location: Concord TownshipUnion City
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 79 was the designation for what is now State Route 2010, a Quadrant Route located in southeastern Erie County, Pennsylvania. The southern terminus of the route is at Pennsylvania Route 89 in the Concord Township hamlet of Concord Corners. The northern terminus is at U.S. Route 6 and Pennsylvania Route 8 in Union City. PA 79, designated in 1928, was replaced by PA 178 in 1961.[11]

Browse numbered routes
I-79 PA I-80


PA 80[edit]

PA Route 80
Location: PittsburghGlen Campbell
Length: 96 mi[12] (154.50 km)
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 80 was a 96-mile-long (154 km) east–west state highway in western Pennsylvania. The western terminus of the route was at Interstate 70, U.S. Route 22, and U.S. Route 30 in Pittsburgh. The eastern terminus was at U.S. Route 219 northeast of Glen Campbell.

The route was deleted in 1961 and replaced by Pennsylvania Route 380 from US 22/US 30 to Dallas Avenue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Route 8 from Dallas Avenue to US 22 exit 8 in Wilkinsburg, US 22 from Wilkinsburg to Pennsylvania Route 286 and PA 286 from US 22 to US 219.

80 as a route number in Pennsylvania was taken by I-80.

Browse numbered routes
I-80 PA I-81


PA 81[edit]

 

PA Route 81
Location: West AlexanderAddison
Existed: 1926–1930

Pennsylvania Route 81 was the unsigned designation for US 40 between 1926 and 1930.

PA 83[edit]

PA Route 83
Location: WyolaConnor
Length: 71 mi[13] (114.26 km)
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 83 was a 71-mile-long (114 km) east-west state highway located in east central Pennsylvania. The original eastern terminus of the route was at Pennsylvania Route 252 in Wyola. The western terminus was at U.S. Route 122 (originally U.S. Route 120), locally called Connor or Connor's Crossing, between Cressona and Schuylkill Haven in North Manheim Township.

In 1961 the route was split and renumbered to avoid duplication with Interstate 83. The route is now Pennsylvania Route 183 from Reading to Connor and Pennsylvania Route 724 from approximately Interstate 176 in Ridgewood (southeast of Reading) to Pennsylvania Route 23 near Phoenixville. The section from Reading to Ridgewood was downgraded to local roads. The section between Wyola and PA 23 reverted to local roads as well, though the segment between PA 23 and Swedesford Road north of Devon is now part of a realigned PA 252.

PA 84[edit]

PA Route 84
Location: Piatt TownshipWells Township
Length: 68 mi[14] (109.44 km)
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 84 was a 64-mile-long (103 km) north-south state highway located in northern central Pennsylvania. The southern terminus of the route was at U.S. Route 220 in the Piatt Township hamlet of Larrys Creek. The northern terminus was at Pennsylvania Route 549 a half-mile south of the New York-Pennsylvania border in Wells Township.

The route is now Pennsylvania Route 287 from Larrys Creek to U.S. Route 15 northeast of Tioga and Pennsylvania Route 328 from US 15 to PA 549.

PA 90[edit]

PA Route 90
Location: StockertownHancock, New York
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 90 was the designation for what is now PA 191 between Stockertown and Hancock, New York.

PA 91[edit]

PA Route 91
Location: HonesdaleWest Damascus
Length: 11 mi[15] (17.70 km)
Existed: 1936–1946

Pennsylvania Route 91 was an 11-mile-long (18 km) state highway located in Wayne county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at US 6/US 106 in Honesdale. The northern terminus was at PA 371 in West Damascus. No state route replaced the road.

Browse numbered routes
PA 90 PA PA 92


PA 95[edit]

PA Route 95
Location: Centre HallLewisburg
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 95 was the designation for what is now PA 192.

PA 101[edit]

PA Route 101
Location: BristolSouth Langhorne
Length: 5 mi[16] (8.05 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 101 was an 5 mile long state highway located in Bucks county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at US 13 in Bristol. The northern terminus was at US 1 in South Langhorne. The route was replaced with PA 413.

PA 105[edit]

PA Route 105
Location: HavertownArdmore
Length: 2 mi[17] (3.22 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 105 was a route in Delaware County. The western terminus was at PA 3 in Havertown. The eastern terminus was at US 30/PA 201 in Ardmore. It is now SR 1005.

PA 112[edit]

PA Route 112
Location: MarkhamTanguy
Length: 4.75 mi[18] (7.64 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 112 (known formerly by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways as SR 0112) was the former designation for Cheyney Road from 1928 to 1946.

PA 123[edit]

PA Route 123
Location: GulphBridgeport
Length: 4 mi[19] (6.44 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 123 was an 4-mile-long (6.4 km) state highway located in Montgomery county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at PA 23 in Gulph. The northern terminus was at US 202 in Bridgeport. PA 123 was not replaced by any route.

Browse numbered routes
US 122 PA PA 124


PA 126[edit]

PA Route 126
Location: WarfordsburgBreezewood
Length: 23 mi[20] (37.01 km)
Existed: 1928–1964

Pennsylvania Route 126 was a 23-mile-long (37 km) state highway located in Fulton and Bedford counties in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus is at US 522 in Warfordsburg. The northern terminus is at US 30 in Breezewood. The route was replaced by I-70.

PA 129[edit]

PA Route 129
Location: MarkhamGradyville
Length: 5 mi[21] (8.05 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 129 was an 5-mile-long (8.0 km) state highway located in Delaware county in Pennsylvania. The western terminus was at US 202 in Markham. The eastern terminus was at PA 352 in Gradyville. It was not replaced by any route.

Browse numbered routes
PA 128 PA PA 130


PA 131[edit]

PA Route 131
Location: New Buena VistaSchellsburg
Length: 3 mi[22] (4.83 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 131 was an 3-mile-long (4.8 km) state highway located in Bedford county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at PA 31 in New Buena Vista. The northern terminus was at US 30 near Schellsburg. It was not replaced by any route.

Browse numbered routes
PA 130 PA PA 132


PA 133[edit]

PA Route 133
Location: Port CarbonSt. Clair
Length: 2 mi[23] (3.22 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 133 was an 2-mile-long (3.2 km) state highway located in Schuylkill county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at US 209 in Port Carbon. The northern terminus was at US 122 in St. Clair. It was not replaced by any route.

Browse numbered routes
PA 132 PA PA 134


PA 135[edit]

PA Route 135
Location: ThompsontownCocolamus
Length: 7 mi[24] (11.27 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 135 was an 7-mile-long (11 km) state highway located in Juniata county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at US 22/US 322 in Thompsontown. The northern terminus was at PA 35 near Cocolamus. It was not replaced by any route.

Browse numbered routes
PA 134 PA PA 136


PA 137[edit]

PA Route 137
Location: GreeleyShohola
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 137 was the designation for what became PA 37 (now PA 434) between Greeley and Shohola.

PA 139[edit]

PA Route 139
Location: West NanticokeSilkworth
Length: 8 mi[25] (12.87 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 139 was an 8-mile-long (13 km) state highway located in Luzerne county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at US 11 in West Nanticoke. The northern terminus was at PA 29 in Silkworth. It was replaced by PA 29.

PA 141[edit]

PA Route 141
Location: MariettaMount Joy
Length: 4 mi[26] (6.44 km)
Existed: 1928–1984

Pennsylvania Route 141 was an 4 mile long state highway located in Lancaster county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at PA 441 in Marietta. The northern terminus was at PA 230 in Mount Joy. It was replaced by PA 772.

PA 142[edit]

PA Route 142
Location: FrackvilleZions Grove
Length: 14 mi[27] (22.53 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 142 was a 14-mile-long (23 km) state highway located in Schuylkill county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at US 122 in Frackville. The northern terminus was at PA 44 in Zions Grove. Part of the route was replaced by PA 924, while the other part was not replaced by any route.

Browse numbered routes
PA 141 PA PA 143


PA 149[edit]

PA Route 149
Location: KnoxvilleAustinburg
Length: 4 mi[28] (6.44 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 149 was an 4-mile-long (6.4 km) state highway located in Tioga county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at PA 49 in Knoxville. The northern terminus was the New York state line near Austinburg. It was replaced by PA 249.

PA 159[edit]

PA Route 159
Location: CornplanterCorydon
Length: 10 mi[29] (16.09 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 159 was an 10-mile-long (16 km) state highway located in Warren county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at PA 59 in Cornplanter. The northern terminus was the New York state line in Corydon. It was replaced by PA 346.

PA 161[edit]

PA Route 161
Location: LinwoodChelsea
Length: 4 mi[30] (6.44 km)
Existed: 1928–1954

Pennsylvania Route 161 was an 4-mile-long (6.4 km) state highway that ran along Chichester Avenue in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at PA 452 in Linwood. The northern terminus was at US 322 in Chelsea. It was not replaced by any route.

Browse numbered routes
PA 160 PA PA 162


PA 163 (1920s)[edit]

PA Route 163
Location: PhiladelphiaHuntingdon Valley
Existed: by 1930–1940

Pennsylvania Route 163 is the former designation for what became PA 232 between Philadelphia and Huntingdon Valley.

PA 163 (1930s)[edit]

PA Route 163
Location: Willow GroveBethayres
Existed: by 1940–1950

Pennsylvania Route 163 is the former designation for Edge Hill Road and Terwood Road between Willow Grove and Bethayres, having replaced a former portion of PA 63.

PA 172[edit]

PA Route 172
Location: WrightsdaleUnicorn
Length: 8 mi[31] (12.87 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 172 was an 8-mile-long (13 km) state highway located in Lancaster county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at US 222 near Wrightsdale. The northern terminus was at US 222 in Unicorn. It was not replaced by any route. Today it is signed as Little Britain Road.

Browse numbered routes
PA 171 PA PA 173


PA 176[edit]

PA Route 176
Location: Fort LittletonOrbisonia
Length: 20 mi[32] (32.19 km)
Existed: 1928–1964

Pennsylvania Route 176 was an 20-mile-long (32 km) state highway located in Fulton and Huntingdon counties in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at US 522 near Fort Littleton. The northern terminus was at US 522 in Orbisonia. It was replaced by PA 475.

PA 178[edit]

PA Route 178
Location: Concord TownshipUnion City
Length: 8 mi[33] (12.87 km)
Existed: 1961–1983

Pennsylvania Route 178 was the designation for what is now State Route 2010, a Quadrant Route located in southeastern Erie County, Pennsylvania. The southern terminus of the route is at Pennsylvania Route 89 in the Concord Township hamlet of Concord Corners. The northern terminus is at U.S. Route 6 and Pennsylvania Route 8 in Union City. PA 178, designated in 1961 to replace PA 79, was decommissioned in 1983.[33]

Browse numbered routes
I-178 PA PA 179


PA 180[edit]

PA Route 180
Location: Penn HillsKregar
Length: 40 mi[34] (64.37 km)
Existed: 1928–1961

Pennsylvania Route 180 was an 40 mile long state highway located in Allegheny and Westmoreland counties in Pennsylvania. The western terminus was at PA 380 in Penn Hills. The eastern terminus was at PA 381 near Kregar. It was replaced by PA 130.

PA 189[edit]

PA Route 189
Location: CorryWayne Township
Existed: by 1930s–1950

Pennsylvania Route 189 was the designation for what became PA 426 between Corry and Wayne Township.

PA 202[edit]

PA Route 202
Location: Wind GapBangor
Existed: 1928–1932

Pennsylvania Route 202 was the designation for what became PA 702 (now PA 512) between Wind Gap and Bangor.

PA 229[edit]

PA Route 229
Location: Emmaus – Wennersville
Existed: 1941–1960

Pennsylvania Route 229 was the designation for Cedar Crest Boulevard between Walbert Avenue (US 309/PA 29) in Wennersville to Chestnut Street (PA 29) in Emmaus.

PA 237[edit]

PA Route 237
Location: LackawaxenShohola Township
Length: 3.88 mi[35] (6.24 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 237 (formerly designated by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation as SR 0237) ran from PA 37 and PA 590 in Lackawaxen to PA 137 (now PA 434) in Shohola Township from 1928 to 1946.

PA 245[edit]

PA Route 245
Location: Slatington – Berlinsville
Length: 2.10 mi[36] (3.38 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 245 (PA 245) ran from US 309 in Slatington and PA 45 in Berlinsville between 1928 and 1946.

PA 543[edit]

PA Route 543
Location: PaxtangLinglestown
Length: 5.23 mi[37] (8.42 km)
Existed: 1928–1955

Pennsylvania Route 543 was the designation for Progress Avenue between US 22 in Paxtang and PA 39 in Linglestown between 1928 and 1955.[38] The route is now SR 3015.[39]

PA 602[edit]

PA Route 602
Location: Great BendHallstead
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 602 was the designation for what became PA 70 (now PA 171) between Great Bend and Hallstead.

PA 672[edit]

PA Route 672
Location: LancasterManheim
Length: 9 mi[40] (14.48 km)
Existed: 1929–1946

Pennsylvania Route 672 was a 9-mile-long (14 km) state highway located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. The southern terminus was at PA 72 in Lancaster. The northern terminus was at PA 72 in Manheim. The road is now known as its name, Fruitville Pike and is signed as Quadrant Route 4011.

Browse numbered routes
PA 670 PA I-676


PA 692[edit]

PA Route 692
Location: OaklandGreat Bend
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 692 was the designation for what became PA 70 (now PA 171) between Oakland and Great Bend.

PA 702[edit]

PA Route 702
Location: Wind GapBangor
Existed: 1932–1946

Pennsylvania Route 702 was the designation for what became PA 512 between Wind Gap and Bangor.

PA 709[edit]

PA Route 709
Location: Riverton
Existed: 1940–1946

Pennsylvania Route 709 was the designation for the approach of the Riverton–Belvidere Bridge in Riverton.

PA 746[edit]

PA Route 746
Location: AikenRew
Existed: 1930–1946

Pennsylvania Route 746 was the designation for what became PA 646 between Aiken and Rew.

PA 752[edit]

PA Route 752
Location: Horsham
Length: 1.8 mi[41] (2.90 km)
Existed: 1930–1940

Pennsylvania Route 752 was a state highway located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The route connected PA 63 to US 611 in Horsham between 1930 and 1940. The route is today known as Dresher Road.

PA 763[edit]

PA Route 763
Location: HatboroLower Moreland Township
Existed: 1930–1940

Pennsylvania Route 763 was a route that connected PA 263 in Hatboro to PA 232 in Lower Moreland Township, following Byberry Road.[42] It was created by 1930 with the designation removed by 1940.[43][44]

Browse numbered routes
PA 760 PA PA 764


PA 790[edit]

PA Route 790
Location: Hemlock Grove – Greentown
Length: 1.62 mi[45] (2.61 km)
Existed: 1930–1946

Pennsylvania Route 790 (formerly designated by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways as SR 0790) ran from PA 290 near Hemlock Grove to PA 507 in Greentown between 1930 and 1946.

PA 823[edit]

PA Route 823
Location: Big ShantyLewis Run
Length: 3.47 mi[46] (5.58 km)
Existed: 1929–1932

Pennsylvania Route 823 (formerly designated by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways as SR 0823) ran from Big Shanty to US 219 in Lewis Run between 1929 and 1932.

PA 825[edit]

PA Route 825
Location: Janesville
Existed: 1930s–early 1940s

Pennsylvania Route 825 was the designation for what became PA 729 in Janesville.

PA 855[edit]

PA Route 855
Location: MarsEvans City
Length: 6 mi[47] (9.66 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 855 was a former state highway located in Butler County, Pennsylvania. When the highway was established in 1928, it became a spur route of PA 68. The highway was deleted in 1946. Today, it is more commonly known as the Mars-Evans City Road (SR 3015) because of its link between the boroughs of Mars and Evans City.

A local attraction along the route was feeding tame fish in a small pond near a gas station in Callery.[48]

Browse numbered routes
PA 854 PA PA 856


PA 894[edit]

PA Route 894
Location: PaxtoniaPiketown
Length: 7 mi[37] (11.27 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 894 (PA 894) was a Pennsylvania state route. It was established in 1928, and deleted in 1946 after being extended from its original terminus outside of Linglestown through Piketown in the mid-1930s.

PA 945[edit]

PA Route 945
Location: Smithfield TownshipMiddle Smithfield Township
Length: 6 mi[49] (9.66 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 945 ran from PA 402 in Smithfield Township to US 209 in Middle Smithfield Township between 1928 and 1946.

PA 951[edit]

PA Route 951
Location: PrescottvilleLuthersburg
Length: 10 mi (16.09 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 951 was a 10-mile-long (16 km) state highway located in Jefferson and Clearfield counties in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. The route connected US 322 in Prescottville, Jefferson County with US 219/US 322 in Luthersburg, Clearfield County. PA 951 existed from 1928 to 1946.

Browse numbered routes
PA 950 PA PA 952


PA 962[edit]

PA Route 962
Location: Silver SpringMilford
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 962 was the designation for what is now SR 2001 between Silver Spring and Milford.

PA 963[edit]

PA Route 963
Location: MatamorasMillrift
Length: 3.95 mi[50] (6.36 km)
Existed: 1928–1946

Pennsylvania Route 963 (known formerly by the Pennsylvania Department of Highways as SR 0963) ran from US 6 and US 209 in Matamoras to Millrift between 1928 and 1946.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 2
  2. ^ a b U.S. 22 - The William Penn Highway
  3. ^ a b Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 4
  4. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 13
  5. ^ Rand McNally Auto Road Atlas, 1926, accessed via the Broer Map Library
  6. ^ Pennsylvania Department of Highways, 1929 state highway map
  7. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 22
  8. ^ DeLorme Street Atlas USA 2007, Toggle Measure Tool using old 1930 maps
  9. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 71
  10. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 78
  11. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 79
  12. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 80
  13. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 83
  14. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 84
  15. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 91
  16. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 101
  17. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 105
  18. ^ Yahoo! Inc. "overview map of former PA 112". Yahoo! Maps (Map). Cartography by Navteq. http://maps.yahoo.com/#mvt=m&lat=39.935237&lon=-75.520449&zoom=15&q1=39.879076%2C-75.506888&q2=39.891095%2C-75.505986&q3=39.903606%2C-75.511651&q4=39.913219%2C-75.518475&q5=39.929875%2C-75.523367&q6=39.94083%2C-75.530234. Retrieved June 5, 2009.
  19. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 123
  20. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 126
  21. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 129
  22. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 131
  23. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 133
  24. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 135
  25. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 139
  26. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 141
  27. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 142
  28. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 149
  29. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 159
  30. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 161
  31. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 172
  32. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 176
  33. ^ a b Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 178
  34. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 180
  35. ^ Yahoo! Inc. "overview map of former PA 237". Yahoo! Maps (Map). Cartography by Navteq. http://maps.yahoo.com/#mvt=m&lat=41.469244&lon=-74.966166&zoom=17&q1=41.461976%2C-74.918981&q2=41.471824%2C-74.969535&q3=41.477773%2C-74.984727. Retrieved 2008-12-24.
  36. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 245
  37. ^ a b DeLorme Street Atlas USA 2007. Toggle Measure Tool. Retrieved April 25, 2007.
  38. ^ "1930 Pennsylvania Transportation Map (back)" (PDF). PennDOT. see Harrisburg cutout. Retrieved 2012-06-14. 
  39. ^ PennDOT (2005). Dauphin County Traffic Map (Map). ftp://ftp.dot.state.pa.us/public/pdf/BPR_pdf_files/MAPS/Traffic/Traffic_Volume/2005/dauphin_2005_tv.pdf. Retrieved 2007-07-25.
  40. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 672
  41. ^ Google Inc. "overview of Dresher Road". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=Pennsylvania+63+%26+Dresher+Rd,+Horsham,+Montgomery,+Pennsylvania&daddr=PA+611+and+dresher+road&hl=en&geocode=FbPRZAId_kiF-ynHYYLm_q_GiTHdEbdncSo-HA%3BFYcjZQIdWJWF-ynvYk0vlq_GiTGv4kkZ-ZMXAA&mra=pd&sll=40.161715,-75.151106&sspn=0.007379,0.021136&ie=UTF8&t=h&z=14. Retrieved February 24, 2011.
  42. ^ ADC Map (2006). Montgomery County, Pennsylvania (Map). 1"=2000' (18th ed.). ISBN 0-87530-775-2.
  43. ^ Pennsylvania Department of Highways (1930). Tourist Map of Pennsylvania (Map). ftp://ftp.dot.state.pa.us/public/pdf/BPR_pdf_files/Maps/Statewide/Historic_OTMs/1930fr.pdf. Retrieved 2010-06-24.
  44. ^ Pennsylvania Department of Highways (1940). Official Road Map of Pennsylvania (Map). ftp://ftp.dot.state.pa.us/public/pdf/BPR_pdf_files/Maps/Statewide/Historic_OTMs/1940fr.pdf. Retrieved 2010-06-24.
  45. ^ Yahoo Maps (2008). Overview map of former PA 790 (Map). http://maps.yahoo.com/#mvt=m&lat=41.304194&lon=-75.303046&zoom=17&q1=41.301873%2C-75.311779&q2=41.322922%2C-75.306243. Retrieved 2008-12-24.
  46. ^ Yahoo! Inc. "overview map of former PA 823". Yahoo! Maps (Map). Cartography by Navteq. http://maps.yahoo.com/#mvt=m&lat=41.86455&lon=-78.657089&zoom=15&q1=Lafayette%20Avenue%2C%20Big%20Shanty%2C%20PA&q2=41.87254%2C-78.663354. Retrieved 2008-11-24.
  47. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 855
  48. ^ *Parisi, Larry D., Butler County, Arcadia Publishing, 2004, ISBN 0-7385-3517-6., pp. 116.
  49. ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 945
  50. ^ Yahoo! Inc. "overview map of former PA 963". Yahoo! Maps (Map). Cartography by Navteq. http://maps.yahoo.com/#mvt=m&lat=41.40892&lon=-74.742285&zoom=18&q1=41.370839%2C-74.698093&q2=41.40719%2C-74.743723. Retrieved June 11, 2009.