Pennsylvania Route 58
|Maintained by PennDOT|
|Length:||71.2 mi (114.6 km)|
|West end:||SR 5 near Jamestown|
|East end:||PA 68 in Sligo|
|Counties:||Mercer, Butler, Armstrong, Clarion|
PA 58 travels eastward from the Ohio state line in northwestern Mercer County just over 4 miles (6.4 km) to the borough of Jamestown, where, after passing through a low-clearance tunnel beneath an abandoned railroad right-of-way, it intersects with US 322. The two routes join together and continue eastward nearly 0.3 miles (0.48 km) where US 322 leaves northward. PA 58 continues eastward, then turns southeasterly, and about 6 miles (9.7 km) later, joins PA Route 18 just north of the Greenville borough line. The concurrency continues 0.4 miles (0.64 km) into the borough to its junction with PA Route 358. The three routes form a concurrency and head westward – this segment is what is known as a “reverse concurrency,” because PA 58 is signed east at the same time that Route 358 is signed west. The concurrency lasts only a quarter mile, and then PA 58 leaves the concurrency, heading south-southeast nearly 15 miles (24 km) to the borough of Mercer. Here, the route first meets the US 19/US 62 concurrency. The three routes form a concurrency south 0.2 miles (0.32 km) to the intersection of PA Route 258. At this complex intersection, the concurrency ends, US 62 continues westward, concurrent with Route 258, US 19 continues south, and Routes 58 and 258 join to the east. Also at this point, the PA 58/PA 258 concurrency is split – eastbound follows S. Diamond St., and westbound follows N. Diamond St. in the middle of town. At the east end of the “square,” the concurrency ends as Route 258 heads southward and PA 58 continues east, then later turns southeast. It crosses both I-80 and I-79 near the interchange of the two interstates, just over 4 miles (6.4 km) from Mercer, and enters the borough of Grove City about 4.5 miles (7.2 km) later. In Grove City, the route intersects with the southern terminus of the PA Route 173/PA Route 208 concurrency, and overlaps with Route 173, continuing southeast. About 0.3 miles (0.48 km) later, the concurrency ends; Route 173 continues south, and PA 58 continues southeast just over 3 miles (4.8 km) to the Butler county line after spending 39 miles in Mercer County.
A mile after entering Butler County, PA 58 intersects with PA Route 8 in the borough of Harrisville. The route then travels nearly 7 miles (11 km) to intersect with PA Route 308. The next major intersection is about 4.6 miles (7.4 km) later at PA Route 38 in the borough of Eau Claire. The route then travels nearly 6 miles (9.7 km) before crossing the next county line. The road spends about 18.5 miles in Butler County.
PA 58 has a very short stay in Armstrong County, passing through its extreme northwestern tip. Just 0.4 miles (0.64 km) from the county line, the route intersects with PA Route 268, it then crosses Allegheny River on the Foxburg Bridge, leaving the county just about 0.2 miles (0.32 km) later.
Turning northeasterly, the route passes through the borough of Foxburg upon entering Clarion County, and then heads northeast to enter the borough of St. Petersburg a little over 2 miles (3.2 km) later. Here, PA 58 intersects with the eastern terminus of PA Route 478, and then about 1.9 miles (3.1 km) later, it intersects with the western terminus of PA Route 338 at the village of Alum Rock. The route then winds southeastward 5.3 miles (8.5 km) to intersect with the eastern terminus of PA Route 368 just east of the borough of Callensburg. PA 58 then travels east-southeast nearly 3.5 miles (5.6 km) to its terminus at PA Route 68 in the borough of Sligo The road spends 13 miles in Clarion County.
||This article is in a list format that may be better presented using prose. (October 2014)|
|Length:||3 mi (4.83 km)|
- 1927 – Originally signed from New Wilmington to Greenville on the current PA 18 alignment.
- 1928 – Moved to the Mercer-to-Greenville alignment.
- 1946 – Connecting PA 458 is decommissioned and reassigned as PA 58, extending the route from its previous western terminus at PA 322 in Jamestown to its current location at the Ohio state line.
- 1967 – Eastern terminus moved from PA 8 in Harrisville to its current location.
|Mercer||Greene Township||0.0||0.0||SR 5 (Street Road)||Continuation into Ohio|
|Jamestown||4.4||7.1||US 322 west (Gibson Street)||West end of US 322 concurrency|
|4.7||7.6||US 322 east (Depot Street)||East end of US 322 concurrency|
|Hempfield Township||10.8||17.4||PA 18 north (Packard Avenue)||West end of PA 18 concurrency|
|Greenville||11.2||18.0||PA 358 east (Main Street)||West end of PA 358 concurrency|
|11.5||18.5||PA 18 south / PA 358 west (Main Street)||East end of PA 18/358 concurrencies|
|Mercer||26.1||42.0||US 19 north / US 62 north (Franklin Street)||West end of US 19/62 concurrencies|
|26.3||42.3||US 19 south / US 62 south / PA 258 north (Erie Street)||East end of US 19/62 concurrencies,
West end of PA 258 concurrency
|26.5||42.6||PA 258 south (Pitt Street)||East end of PA 258 concurrency|
|Grove City||35.7||57.5||PA 173 north / PA 208 (Center Street)||West end of PA 173 concurrency|
|36.0||57.9||PA 173 north (Liberty Street)||East end of PA 173 concurrency|
|Butler||Harrisville||40.2||64.7||PA 8 (Main Street)|
|Marion Township||47.0||75.6||PA 308 (West Sunbury Road)|
|Eau Claire||51.6||83.0||PA 38 (Washington Street)|
|Armstrong||Hovey Township||58.0||93.3||PA 268 (Kittaning Pike)|
|Clarion||St. Petersburg||60.5||97.4||PA 478 (Salem Avenue) to I-80||Eastern terminus of PA 478|
|Richland Township||62.4||100.4||PA 338||Western terminus of PA 338|
|Licking Township||67.7||109.0||PA 368 (Main Street)||Eastern terminus of PA 368|
|Sligo||71.2||114.6||PA 68 (Front Street, Colleran Street)|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi