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Pennsylvania Route Families 10-19

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10 10

Now US 119 from US 219 to US 22. Replaced 76. Intersected 110-410 from south to north.

10 Exists in Berks, Lancaster, and Chester Counties. Replaced 42 (later US 120, later US 122) from US 222 to US 1. Unrelated to x10 family.
110 Exists in Indiana County. Intersected 10.
210 Exists in Indiana and Armstrong Counties. Intersected 10.
310 Exists in Jefferson County. Intersected 10.
410 Exists in Jefferson and Clearfield Counties. Intersected 10.
510 Never assigned?
610 Never assigned?
710 Never assigned?
11 11 11 was the pre-1928 number for US 40 and was eliminated in favor of 81 to avoid duplication with US 11. There is no x11 family, probably because of the existence of the US x11 family.
111 Never assigned? There was a US 111.
211 Never assigned?
311 Never assigned?
411 Never assigned?
511 Never assigned?
611 Exists in Monroe, Northampton, Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. Replaced US 611, which earlier had been 2. Related to US x11 family but not to other PA x11s.
711 Exists in Fayette, Westmoreland, and Indiana Counties. Geographically close to 11 (now US 40), but probably is unrelated. 711 is the parent route for the x11 family, which consists of 711 alone.
1111Exists crossing from New York to Maryland via Scranton, Selinsgrove, Harrisburg, and Chambersburg. Intersected US 11, US 111, US 611, and US 711. Had 1928 numbers 2 (New York to Scranton), 39 (Scranton to Northumberland), 4 (Northumberland to Harrisburg), and 33 (Harrisburg to Maryland).
111 Now US 15, I-180, 147, US 22/US 322, I-83 from New York to Maryland. Intersected US 11 and US 711. Had 1928 numbers 4 (New York to Northumberland and Harrisburg to Maryland).
611Now I-380, 435, and 611 from Scranton to Philadelphia. Intersected US 11. Had the 1928 number 2.
611 Exists in Monroe, Northampton, Bucks, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. Replaced US 611, which earlier had been 2. Related to US x11 family but not to other PA x11s. Now orphaned.
711Replaced by US 220, PA 405, and US 111 from New York to US 11. Intersected US 11 and US 111.
12 12 Now bypassed by 33 and 512 from US 209 to US 22 and 378 from Allentown to 309. Once extended south along 309 and US 1 to Maryland. Intersected 112-612 from south to north.
12 Exists in Berks County. Unrelated to x12 family.
112 Now SR 4015 from 352 to 12 (now US 1). Intersected 12.
212 Exists in Bucks County. Intersected 12 (old 309) and runs concurrently as 212/412.
312 Now SR 3001 and SR 4063 from 12 (now 309) at Center Valley to 12 (now 309) at Quakertown. Intersected 12 (now 309) and maybe 212.
412 Exists in Bucks and Northampton Counties. Intersected 12 (now 309) and runs concurrently as 212/412.
512 Exists in Northampton County. Intersected 12.
612 Now SR 2002 or SR 2004 from 33 to 191. Intersected 12.
712 Now 512 from 611 to 191, now SR 1015 from 191 to 611.
13 13

13 was the pre-1928 number for the Philadelphia-Chambersburg highway via US 422, US 322, and US 11. 13 was discarded in 1928 to avoid duplication with US 13. 13 became 17 (Philadelphia to Harrisburg), 43? (Harrisburg to Carlisle), and 33 (Carlisle to Maryland). Nonetheless, there is an x13 family based on parent route 113.

113 Exists in Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester Counties. Used to extend east on 313 and the current 413. 113 is the parent route for the x13 family since 13 was discarded to avoid duplication with US 13. Intersected 13, 213, 313, both 413s, 513, 613, and even 813.
213 Exists in Bucks County. Intersected 113 (now 413) and current 413.
313 Exists in Bucks County. Intersected 113 (now 313).
413 Connected 309 in Sellersville with 113 between junctions with 152 and 313. Intersected 113.
413 Exists in Bucks County. Replaced 113 south of US 202. Intersects 113 (now 413), 213, and 513. Possibly the earlier 413 evolved piecewise into the present route, in which case there was only one 413. Continues into New Jersey as NJ 413.
513 Exists in Bucks County. Intersected 113 (now 413).
613 Now SR 4101 and SR 4041 from 212 to 313. Intersected 113 and 313.
713 Now 413 from US 1 to US 13. Intersected 113 and 513 and was replaced by 413.
813 Possibly is now SR 4035 from Perkasie to Souderton. Intersected 113. The number 813 may have been chosen for an seventh child route of 113.child route.
1313Exists in Bucks, Philadelphia, and Delaware Counties. Had 1928 numbers 32 (Morrisville to Philadelphia) and 91 (Philadelphia to Delaware).
14 14 Exists in Lycoming, Tioga, and Bradford Counties. Once extended south via US 15, I-180, PA 147, US 11/US 15, and US 15 to at least Gettysburg and may have followed current 97 south to Maryland. 14 intersected 114-514 from south to north and continues into New York as NY 14, which intersects NY 414. Both 14 and NY 14 fit into each state's numbering system.
14Continuation of PA 14 in New York. Intersects 14 and NY 414.
114 Exists in Cumberland and York Counties. Intersected 14.
214 Now SR 2014 from 641 to US 15. Intersected 14 and 114.
214 Exists in York County. Probably unrelated to x14 family.
314 Now SR 1013 from 944 to 214. Intersected 14 and 214.
314 Exists in Monroe County. Unrelated to x14 family.
414 Exists in Bradford, Tioga, and Lycoming Counties. Intersects 14 and 514.
414Exists in New York and intersects NY 14. Probably a x14 numbering coincidence.
514 Exists in Bradford County. Intersects 14 and 414.
614 Never assigned?
714 Never assigned?
15 15 15 was eliminated in 1928 to avoid duplication with US 15. 115 is the parent of x15 family.
115 Exists in Monroe and Luzerne Counties. Once extended west along 118, 239, 154, and 87 to I-180. Swapped routings with 154 and then with 642. Intersected 315, 415, 615 and comes very close to 715. 115 is the parent route for the x15 family.
215 Now SR 2016 and SR 2035 from Thornhurst to Pittston. Intersected 315.
215 Exists in Erie County. Unrelated to x15 family.
315 Exists in Luzerne County. Intersected 115 and 215.
415 Exists in Luzerne and Wyoming Counties. Intersected 115 and 515. Now orphaned.
515 Now SR 1415 along east shore of Harveys Lake. Intersected 415 twice.
615 Now 940 from 423 to 191. Intersected 115 (now 940).
715 Exists in Monroe County. Intersected 115.

15

15Exists as a major north-south route from the New York border to the Maryland border via Williamsport and Harrisburg. Had 1928 numbers of 14 (Harrisburg to Gettysburg) and 34? (Gettysburg to Maryland).
16 16 Exists in Adams, Franklin, and Fulton Counties. 16 is the parent route for 116, 316, and 416, intersecting those routes from east to west. 116 then intersects 216 and 516, and 216 connects to 616.
116 Exists in Adams and York Counties. Intersects 16, 216, and 516.
216 Exists in York County. Intersects 216, 516, and 616.
316 Exists in Franklin County. Intersects 16.
416 Exists in Franklin County. Intersects 16.
516 Exists in York County. Intersects 116 and 216.
616 Exists in York County. Intersects 216.
716 Never assigned?
17 17 Exists in Perry County as part of the 17 that became US 224 and US 422 in two segments across the state. Intersected 117-317 from east to west. OH 17 was a continuation of the original 17.
17 Now I-86 from I-90 to New York state line. Unrelated to other x17s but was a continuation of NY 17.
17Exists in Bradford County. NY 17 dips into Pennsylvania.
17 Now US 224. Continuation of 17 in Ohio.
117 Exists in Lebanon County. Intersected 17 (now US 422).
217

Possibly now US 422 from New Castle to the Ohio state line. Intersected 17 and 317.

217 Exists in Indiana and Westmoreland Counties. Unrelated to other x17s.
317 Now US 224 from Ohio state line to US 422. Swapped routes with 17 when US 224 was signed.
317 Exists in Lawrence County. Replaced 17 from New Castle to Ohio.
417 Exists in Venango County. Unrelated to other x17s.
517 Never assigned?
617 Never assigned?
717 Never assigned?
18 18 Exists in Erie, Crawford, Mercer, Lawrence, Beaver, Washington, and Greene Counties. Intersected 118-618 from south to north. Also intersects 718 and comes close to the curent 218.
118 Now 168 and SR 3016 from SR 3027 to 18. Intersected 18.
118 Exists in Lycoming, Columbia, and Luzerne Counties. Replaced 115 and original 642.
218 Now 208 and 551 from 18 in New Wilmington to 18 near West Middlesex. Intersected 18.
218 Exists in Greene County and extends as WV 218 into West Virginia. Intersects US 19/21 near 18.
318 Exists in Mercer County. Intersected 18, 418 (now 718), and 718.
418 Exists in Mercer County. Intersected 18, 518, and 718.
518 Exists in Mercer County. Intersects 18 twice and 418.
618 Exists in Crawford County. Intersects 18.
718 Exists in Mercer County. Intersects 318 and 418.
19 19

19 was the pre-1928 number for US 11 (Scranton to Selinsgrove), and US 522 (US 11 to US 22). 19 was eliminated in favor of 39 to avoid duplication with US 19. There is no x19 family because of the existence of the US x19 family.

119 Never assigned?
219 Never assigned?
319 Now 857 from US 119 to Maryland state line. Intersected US 119 and may be related to US x19 family
419 Exists in Berks and Lebanon Counties. Unrelated to other x19s.
519 Exists in Washington County. Intersects US 19 and may be related to the US x19 family.
619 Never assigned?
719 Never assigned?
1919Exists as a major north-south route from Erie to the West Virginia state line via Pittsburgh. Intersects US 119 and US 219. Not sure of the 1928 numbers.
119Exists in Clearfield, Jefferson, Indiana, Westmoreland, and Fayette Counties. Intersects US 19 and US 219. Had 1928 numbers 10 (DuBois to Blairsville) and 66 (New Alexandria to West Virginia).
219Exits as a major north-south route from New York to Maryland via Dubois and Johnstown. Intersects US 19 and US 219. Had 1928 numbers 10 (New York to DuBois) and 60 (DuBois to Maryland).
319 Now 857 from US 119 to Maryland state line. Intersected US 119 and may be related to US x19 family.
519 Exists in Washington County. Intersects US 19 and may be related to the US x19 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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