Talk:Former state routes in Pennsylvania

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PA 80[edit]

For this route, which was decomissioned because 80 was taken for I-80 elsewhere in Pennsylvania, I find:

"The western terminus of the route was at Interstate 70, U.S. Route 22, and U.S. Route 30 in Pittsburgh."

I think I see reference (on the PA 380 page ) to terminus at what is now I-579, which would not be quite at US 22/30, right? Anyway, can someone try to update the reference to I-70? Apparently, I-70 was planned to go through downtown Pittsburgh on the "Parkway", but the Parkway heading east from downtown has seen two Interstate route-number changes since then: I-76, then I-376. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 15:28, 1 June 2012 (UTC)

PA 61 of the 1920s[edit]

See talk page for U.S. Route 322 in Pennsylvania. That PA 61 ran along Concord Road near Chester in Delaware County.

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