Talk:Pennsylvania Route 17
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OK, so what about the official designation in Pa.?
Because there had been 2 segments of PA 17 (one of which has since been replaced by I-86), I am asking about official designations. Notice this:
Usually, the official designation of a numbered route in Pennsylvania is the same as the route number. The 2 exceptions I know of at this writing each involve an Interstate and a Pa. state route:
I-283 and PA 283 (the latter is officially SR 300)
I-380 and PA 380 (the latter is officially SR 400)
So what was done for official designation of these 2 disconnected occurrences of PA 17? (Presumably, the still-existing PA 17 is also SR 17, so this question refers to the PA 17 which became part of I-86.)— Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 18:19, 2 June 2012 (UTC)
- A year later, both segments were designated "SR 0017." See  and . —Mr. Matté (Talk/Contrib) 00:41, 2 June 2013 (UTC)
If following N-bound US 11/15, don't confuse PA 17 with NY 17.
Does that sign still exist? I.e., if you are on N-bound US 11/15 and reach the intersection with PA 17, there's also a sign which includes the NY state-route shield and the number 17, with drivers being instructed to continue ahead if they're going to NY 17 instead of PA 17. If you get on PA 17 there, there was a "PENNA" rectangular sign above the keystone-shield sign for PA 17, to reiterate that this is PA, not NY.