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Pennsylvania Route Families 00-09

Families:00–0910–1920–2930–3940–49
50–5960–6970–7980–8990–99
Spur Routes:800–849850–899900–949950–999

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Color
Codes

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Route
Part of family
Former
Route

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Assigned

Unrelated to family

 

0 0 Never assigned. There is no x00 family in the usual sense. x00 routes are used for renumbering other routes to avoid duplication among Interstate, US, and PA routes.
100 Exists in Lehigh, Berks, Montgomery, Chester, and Delaware Counties. Continued south into Delaware as DE 100. Replaced 62 when US 62 was signed.
200 Never assigned?
300 SR 0300 is the SR designation for 283 to avoid duplication with I-283. 283 is signed as PA 283 and SR 0300.
400 SR 0400 is the SR designation for 380 to avoid duplication with I-380. 380 is signed as PA 380 and SR 0400.
500 Never assigned?
600 Never assigned?
700 Never assigned?

1

1 Now 68 and 65 from the Ohio State line to Pittsburgh, US 30 from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia, and US 1 from Philadelphia to the New Jersey state line. Intersected 101-601 from east to west.
101 Now 413 from US 1 to US 13 in Bucks County. Intersected 1 (now US 1). 101 is the only case of a child route being identically a child of a US route and PA route of the same number: US 1 and 1.
201 Now SR 1001 and SR 1014 in Delaware County and SR 3043 in Montgomery County from US 30 to US 1. Intersected 1 (now US 30).
201 Exists in Westmoreland and Fayette Counties. Unrelated to x01 family. Replaced 711 west of US 119 and 71 south of 31 (now 136). A modern "random" number, appropriately odd for a north-south route.
301 Now SR 1019 from US 30 to 201 (now SR 1001) in Delaware County. Intersected 1 (now US 30).
401 Exists in Chester and Berks Counties. Intersected 1 (now US 30).
501 Exists in Lancaster, Lebanon, and Schuylkill Counties. Intersected 1 (later US 30, now 462).
601 Exists in Somerset County. Intersected 1 (now US 30).
701 Now SR 2002 and SR 2029 from US 13 in Tulleytown to US 13 in Bristol. Probably also intersected 1 (now US 1).
1 1Exists in Bucks, Philadelphia, Delaware, and Chester Counties. Had 1928 numbers of 1 (New Jersey to Philadelphia) and 12 (Philadelphia to Maryland).
101 Now 413 from US 1 to US 13 in Bucks County. Intersected 1 (now US 1). The only case of a child route being identically a child of a US route and PA route of the same number: US 1 and 1.
2 2 Now 611 from Philadelphia to I-380, I-380 and 435 from 611 to US 11, and US 11 from 611 to the New York state line. Intersected 102-602 from south to north, and 702 replaced 202.
102 Now SR 2025 from 2 (now 611) to 12 (now 191) in Northampton County. Intersected 2.
102 Exists in Crawford County. Unrelated to x02 family. Swapped routes with 98 from the 98 & 102 junction to US 19. A moderately old "random" number, appropriately even for a north-south route.
202 Now 512 from 12 (now 191) to 2 (later US 611, now SR 1015) in Northampton County. Replaced first by 702 when US 202 was signed. Intersected 2 (now SR 1015).
302 Now 611 or 191 from US 209/US 611 (now Business US 209) to where 191 and 611 cross in Monroe County. Intersected 2 (now 611).
402 Exists in Pike and Monroe Counties. Once extended south along US 209 to 2. Intersected 2 (later US 611, now 611).
502 Exists in Lackawanna County. Intersected 2 (later US 611, then 611, now 435).
602 Now SR 1033 from US 11 to the New York State Line in Susquehanna County. Intersected 2 (now US 11).
702 Now 512 from 12 (now 191) to 2 (later US 611, now SR 1015). Replaced 202 when US 202 was signed on US 122 (formerly 52). Intersected 2.
2 202Exists in Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, and Delaware Counties. Replaced US 122 (formerly 52 and 29). Part of US x02 family.
3 3 Now US 22 from the Ohio state line to 76, 76 from US 22 to 53 (now US 322), US 322 and US 22/US 322 from 76 to Harrisburg, US 322 and US 422 from Harrisburg to Reading, US 222 from Reading to Allentown, and US 22 from Allentown to the New Jersey state line. Intersected 103-503 from east to west.
3 Exists in Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. Replaced 5 from US 322 to 611. Unrelated to the x03 family. 3 was an old "random" number, appropriately odd for an east-west route.
103 Exists in Mifflin and Huntingdon Counties. Intersected 3 (now US 22/US 522).
203 Now 866 from US 22 to Williamsburg and SR 2011 from 866 to 164 in Blair County. Intersected 3 (now US 22).
203 A now-sub-secondary road from 60 at Thornburg to either US 22/US 30 at Rosary Farms or to 50 in Carnegie, all in Allegheny County. Unrelated to x03 family. A modern "random" number, appropriately odd for a north-south route.
303 Now SR 1011 and SR 1016 from US 22 to US 22 in Blair County. Intersected 3 (now US 22) twice.
403 Exists in Indiana, Cambria, and Somerset Counties. Intersected 3 (now US 22).
503 Now 48 from US 22 to 130. Intersected 3 (now US 22).
603 Never assigned?
703 Never assigned?
4 4 Now US 15 from the New York state line to I-180, I-180 and 147 from US 15 to US 11, US 11/US 15 from 147 to I-83, and I-83 from US 11/US 15 to the Maryland state line. Intersected 104-604 from south to north.
104 Exists in Union, Snyder, Juniata, and Perry Counties. Intersected 4 (now US 11/US 15) and 304.
204 Exists in Union and Snyder Counties. Intersected 4 (later US 11/US 15, now US 522) and 304.
304 Exists in Union County. Intersected 104, 204, 404 (now US 15) and probably 4 (later US 111, then US 15, now 147).
404 Now US 15 from US 11 to I-180/US 220 in Snyder, Union, and Lycoming Counties. Intersected 4 (now US 11/US 15), 4 (later US 111/US 120/US 220/14), 304, and 604.
504 Now 54 from 44 to I-180. Intersected 4 (later US 111, then US 15, then 147, now I-180).
504 Exists in Centre County. Unrelated to x04 family. A moderately old "random" number, even and east-west like a modern "randomly" assigned route.
604 Now SR 2064 from US 220 to 654 in Lycoming County. Intersected 4 (later US 15/US 220, now US 220).
704 Never assigned?
5 5 Now 3 from 611 to US 322, US 322 from 3 to 144, 144 from US 322 to 655, 655 from 144 to US 22, US 22 from 655 to Truck 45/453, 453 from US 22 to US 220, US 220 from 453 to 350, 350 from US 220 to 970, 970 from 350 to 53, 53 from 970 to US 322, US 322 from 53 to US 19, US 19 from US 322 to US 20. Intersects 105-505 from east to west.
5 Exists in Erie County. The section of the original 5 (now US 19) from 97 to US 20 switched routes with 99 from the New York state line to 9 (now US 20). This relocation allowed NY 5 to continue into Pennsylvania as 5.
105 Now SR 1002 north from 3 in Delaware County. Intersected 5 (now 3).
205 Now SR 4006 from US 322 to 282 in Chester County. Intersected 5 (now US 322).
305 Exists in Centre, Huntingdon, and Mifflin Counties. Intersected 5 (later 76, now 655).
405 Now 350 from 970 to US 322/53. Intersected 5 (now US 322) and 5 (now US 322/53).
405 Exists in Lycoming and Northumberland Counties. Replaced 14 (later 147). Unrelated to x05 family. A moderately old "random" number, odd and running north-south like a modern "randomly" numbered route.
505 Exists in Erie County. Intersected 5 (later US 6/US 19, now 97).
605 Never assigned?
705 Never assigned?
6 6

6 was a pre-1928 number for US 219 from US 119 to Maryland) and was eliminated in favor of 10 and 60 in the 1928 system to avoid duplication with US 6.

106 Exists in Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties. Replaced US 106 from US 11 to US 6 (now Business US 6). Part of US x06 family.
206 Never assigned? There is a US 206.
306 Never assigned?
406 Never assigned?
506 Never assigned?
606 Never assigned?
706 Exists in Susquehanna and Bradford Counties. Replaced US 106 from US 11 to US 6. Part of US x06 family.
6 6A main east-west route across northern Pennsylvania from the New York state line to the Ohio state line. Intersected US 6N, US 106 (now 706 and 106), and US 206 from west to east. Replaced the pre-1928 route 7, then 7 was returned to the route as a hidden number in 1928.
6NExists in Erie County. Replaced 79. Intersects US 6.
106Now 706, US 11, 106, Business US 6, US 6, and 652 from west to east in Bradford, Susquehanna, and Wayne Counties. Intersected US 6 twice. Had 1928 numbers of ?? (New York to US 6), 47 (Carbondale to Kingsley), and 67 (New Milford to Wyalusing).
106 Exists in Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties. Replaced US 106 from US 11 to US 6 (now Business US 6). Part of US x06 family.
206Exists in Pike County. Intersected US 6.
706 Exists in Susquehanna and Bradford Counties. Replaced US 106 from US 11 to US 6. Part of US x06 family.
7 7 Now US 6 from 5 (now US 19) to the New York state line. Intersects 107-607 from east to west.
107 Exists in Lackawanna and Wyoming Counties.
207 Possibly now 347 from SR 2020 to US 6 in Lackawanna County. Intersected 7 (now US 6).
207 Now the Greensburg Pike (SR 2097) from US 22 to SR 2112 in Allegheny County. Unrelated to x07 family. A modern "random" number, appropriately odd for a north-south route. (Shown only on a 1963 Gulf Tour Guide map. Did it really exist?)
307 Exists in Lackawanna County. Intersected 7 (now US 6/US 11).
407 Exists in Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties. Intersected 7 (now US 6/US 11).
507 Exists in Pike, Wayne, and Monroe Counties. Intersected 7 (now US 6).
607 Exists in Potter County. Once extended east along 872 to US 6. Intersected 7 (now US 6).
707 Now 632 from 407 to US 11. Intersected 7.
8 8 Exists in Erie, Crawford, Venango, Butler, and Allegheny Counties. Intersects 108-408 from south to north. Once extended south of Pittsburgh along current US 19.
108 Exists in Butler and Lawrence Counties. Intersects 8.
208 Exists in Clarion, Venango, Mercer, and Lawrence Counties. Intersects 8.
308 Exists in Venango and Butler Counties. Intersects 8 twice and 208 once.
408 Exists in Crawford County. Intersects 8.
508 Never assigned?
608 Never assigned?
708 Never assigned?
9 9 Now US 20 from the Ohio state line to the New York state line. There is no x09 family beyond 9 probably because there is a US x09 family.
9 Now I-476/NE Extension Pennsylvania Turnpike from I-81 to I-276.
109 Never assigned?
209 Never assigned? There is a US 209.
309 Exists in Wyoming, Luzerne, Carbon, Schuylkill, Lehigh, Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. Replaced US 309 (formerly 29). Part of US x09 family.
409 Exists in Bradford County. Unrelated to other x09s. An old "random" number, appropriately odd for an east-west route.
509 Never assigned?
609 Never assigned?
709 Now SR 1004 from 611 to the New Jersey state line in Northampton County. Unrelated to other x09s. An old "random" number, appropriately odd for an east-west route.
9 209Exists in Pike, Monroe, Carbon, Schuylkill, and Dauphin Counties. Replaced 33 east from 14 (now 147). Intersected US 9.
309Now US 220 from the New York state line to US 6, US 6 from US 220 to 29, 29 from US 6 to 309, 309 from US 6 to 611. Intersected US 209. Had 1928 numbers 29 (Wilkes-Barre to Hazleton), 93 (Hazleton to Mauch Chunk), 45 (Lehighton to Palmerton), ?? (93?) (Palmerton to Schnecksville), 29 (Schnecksville to Allentown), ?? (Allentown to Center Valley), and 12 (Center Valley to Philadelphia).
309 Exists in Wyoming, Luzerne, Carbon, Schuylkill, Lehigh, Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. Replaced US 309. Part of US x09 family.

 

Families:00–0910–1920–2930–3940–49
50–5960–6970–7980–8990–99
Spur Routes:800–849850–899900–949950–999

 


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