Pennsylvania Route 934

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PA Route 934 marker

PA Route 934
Route information
Maintained by PennDOT
Length: 10.884 mi[1] (17.516 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 322 / PA 241 in South Annville Township
  US 422 in Annville
US 22 in East Hanover Township
North end: I-81 in Fort Indiantown Gap
Counties: Lebanon
Highway system
PA 933 PA 935

Pennsylvania Route 934 (PA 934) is a 10.9-mile-long (17.5 km) state route located in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. The southern terminus is at a junction with the U.S. Route 322/Pennsylvania Route 241 concurrency in the South Annville Township hamlet of Fontana. Its northern terminus is at Interstate 81 at the southern edge of the Fort Indiantown Gap Military Reservation. The route passes through Annville in between.

Along its routing, PA 934 intersects U.S. Route 422 in Annville and U.S. Route 22 in the East Hanover Township hamlet of Harpers Tavern.

Route description[edit]

PA 934 begins at an intersection with US 322/PA 241 in South Annville Township, Lebanon County. From this intersection, the route heads north-northwest on two-lane undivided White Oak Street, passing through open agricultural areas with a few homes. The road crosses Quittapahila Creek into Annville Township, where it passes homes in the community of Annville as it comes to the US 422 intersection. Following this intersection, PA 934 passes by the Lebanon Valley College campus and comes to a bridge over Norfolk Southern's Harrisburg Line. The route enters North Annville Township and becomes Bellegrove Road as it heads into areas of farms, woods, and homes, making a turn to the west prior to heading to the north. PA 934 passes through the community of Bellegrove as it turns to the northwest and crosses into East Hanover Township before reaching a bridge over the Swatara Creek. After the creek, the route reaches an interchange with US 22, at which point the road widens to four lanes and becomes Fisher Avenue. Following this interchange, PA 934 becomes a divided highway and heads north to its terminus at the I-81 interchange, with Fisher Avenue continuing north onto the grounds of Fort Indiantown Gap.[2][3]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Lebanon County.

Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
South Annville Township 0.00 0.00 US 322 / PA 241 (Horseshoe Pike) – Cornwall, Hershey, Harrisburg
Annville Township 3.341 5.377 US 422 (Main Street) – Hershey, Lebanon
East Hanover Township 10.368 16.686 US 22 (William Penn Highway) – Harrisburg, Allentown Interchange
10.884 17.516 I-81 – Harrisburg, Hazleton, Allentown Exit 85 (I-81)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]


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