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Pennsylvania Route Families 20-29

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
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Unrelated to family

 

20

20

Never assigned? 20 wasn't used because US 20 and its family existed in the state. The parent route for x20 is 320, which intersected both 420 and 520.

120 Exists in Elk, Cameron, and Clinton Counties. Related to US x20 family but unrelated to PA x20 family.
220 Never assigned? There is a US 220.
320 Exists in Delaware and Montgomery Counties. Intersected 420 and 520. Acts as parent route for x20 family since numbers 20-220 were given to US routes.
420 Exists in Delaware County. Intersected 320 and 520.
520 Now SR 2006 from 320 to US 13 in Delaware County. Intersected 320 and 420.
620 Never assigned?
720 Never assigned?
2020Exists in Erie County. Intersected US 120. Was also 9 in 1928.
120Now 8, 97, US 6, 321, US 219, 120, US 220, I-180, 147, 61, and US 422 from west to east. Intersected US 20 and US 220. Had the 1928 number 55 (Ridgway to Lock Haven), 45 (Northumberland to Centralia), and 42 (Centralia to Reading).
120 Exists in Elk, Cameron, and Clinton Counties. Related to US x20 family but unrelated to PA x20 family. Replaced US 120 from US 219 to US 220. Intersects US 220.
220Exists in Bradford, Sullivan, Lycoming, Clinton, Centre, Blair, and Bedford Counties. Intersected US 120 and 120. Had the 1928 numbers 64 or 42 (New York to Beech Glen), 64 (Beech Glen to Mill Hall), 50 (Mill Hall to Bellefonte), 64 (Bellefonte to Maryland).
21 21 Exists in Greene and Fayette Counties. Intersected 121 and maybe 221.
121 Now SR 2011 from 21 to 88. Intersected 21.
121 Exists in Allegheny County. Unrelated to x21 family.
221 Exists in Washington and Greene Counties. Does not intersect other x21s but is geographically close, possibly orphaned.
321 Exists in McKean and Elk Counties. Unrelated to x21 family.
421 Never assigned?
521 Never assigned?
621 Never assigned?
721 Never assigned?
22 22

22 was a pre-1928 number that became 29 in 1928 to avoid duplication with US 22. There is no PA x22 family, most likely because there is a US x22 family instead.

122 Never assigned?
222 Exists in Lehigh County as an extension of US 222. Related to US x22 family but unrelated to PA x22 family.
322 Never assigned?
422 Never assigned?
522 Never assigned?
622 Never assigned?
722 Exists in Lancaster County. Intersected US 222. May be related to US 222.
2222Exists crossing the state as a main east-west route from New Jersey to West Virginia. Intersected US 122, US 122, US 222, US 322, US 422, US 422, US 522, and US 622. Had the 1928 number 3.
122Now US 202 from New Jersey to Delaware. Existed before the other US 122. Intersected US 22 (in New Jersey), US 322, and the eastern US 422. Had 1928 numbers 52 (New Jersey to West Chester) and 29 (West Chester to Delaware).
122Now 61 from US 11/147 to Business US 222 and now 10 from Business US 222 to US 1. Replaced US 120 and existed after previous US 122. Intersected US 22, US 222, US 322, and US 422.
222Exists in Lehigh, Berks and Lancaster Counties. Intersected US 22, the latter US 122, US 222, US 322, and US 422. Had 1928 numbers ?? (Reading to Lancaster) and 72 (Lancaster to Maryland).
222 Exists in Lehigh County. Replaced US 222 north of I-78/309, which continues as US 222 south of that intersection.
322Exists crossing the state as a main east-west route from New Jersey to Ohio. Intersected both US 122s, US 222, US 322, US 422, and US 522. Had 1928 numbers 58 and 27? (Ohio to Meadville) and 5 (Meadville to Water Street).
422Exists in Dauphin, Lebanon, Berks, Montgomery, and Chester Counties as the eastern US 422. Intersected US 22, both US 122s, US 222, and US 322. Had the 1928 number 17.
422Exists in Cambria, Indiana, Armstrong, Butler, and Lawrence Counties as the western US 422. Intersected US 22, but now orphaned. Had the 1928 number 17.
522Exists in Snyder, Mifflin, Huntingdon, and Fulton Counties. Intersects US 22 and US 322. Had the 1928 numbers 39 (Selinsgrove to Lewistown) and ?? (Lewistown to Maryland).
622Now US 522 from US 22 to 928 and now 928 from US 522 to Maryland state line. Intersected US 22 and was replaced by US 522.
23 23 Exists in Lancaster, Berks, Chester, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties. Intersected 123-223 from east to west and replaced 123..
123 Now 23 and 320 from US 202 to Gulph Mills. Intersected 23.
223 Now SR 1012 in Chester County and SR 3031 in Montgomery County from 23 to 23. Intersected 23 twice.
323 Never assigned?
423 Exists in Wayne and Monroe Counties. Replaced 490. Unrelated to x23 family.
523 Exists in Somerset County. Replaced 53 south of Ursina. Unrelated to x23 family.
623 Never assigned?
723 Never assigned?
24 24 Exists in York County. Intersected 124 and 224 in backwards order, from north to south.
124 Exists in York County. Used to extend east along 425 and 324 to 999. Intersected 24, 224 (now 624), 324, and 624.
224 Now 624 from 24 to 462 (former US 30). Intersected 24 and 124. 224 was probably decommissioned to avoid duplication with US 224.
324 Exists in Lancaster County. Intersected 124.
424 This route should have existed early on because 624 existed.
424 Exists in Luzerne County. Unrelated to x24 family. May have been numbered to match the last two digits of nearby 924.
524 This route should have existed early on because 624 existed.
524 Exists in Lackawanna County. Unrelated to x24 family.
624 Exists in York County. Intersects 24 and 124 and replaced 224.
724 Exists in Berks and Chester Counties. Replaced 83 from US 222 to 23. Unrelated to x24 family.
24224Exists in Lawrence County. Related to US x24 family but unrelated to PA x24 family. Had the 1928 number 317.
25 25 Exists in Schuylkill and Dauphin Counties. Acts as parent route, intersecting 125 and 225 from east to west, but then 225 takes over as the parent route, intersecting the former 325 and 425 from south to north.
125 Exists in Schuylkill and Northumberland Counties. Intersects 25 and and replaced part of 225.
225 Exists in Dauphin and Northumberland Counties. Intersected 25, 125, both 325s, and 425. North of 25, 225 acts like the parent route with the former 325 and 425, which it intersects from south to north. Replaced by 125 southeast of Shamokin.
325 Now SR 3012 from 147 to 225. Intersected 225.
325 Exists in Dauphin and Schuylkill Counties. Intersects 25 and 225.
425 Now 3010 from 147 to 225. Intersected 225.
425 Exists in York County. Unrelated to x25 family.
525 Never assigned?
625 Exists in Lancaster and Berks Counties. Replaced 73 from 23 to Business US 222. Unrelated to x25 family.
725 Never assigned?
26 26 Exists in Fulton, Bedford, Huntingdon, and Centre Counties. Intersected 126 and 326-426 from south to north, but did not intersect 226, which was a spur off of 126.
126 Now pieces of SR routes, 643, 731, and 484 paralleling I-70 south of Breezewood. Intersected 26 and the 226 (now 484).
226 Now 484 from 731 to US 522. Intersected 126.
226 Exists in Erie County. Replaced 179. Unrelated to x26 family.
326 Exists in Bedford County. Intersected 26, but is now orphaned.
426 Now 36 from Loysburg to 26. Intersected 26.
426 Exists in Erie and Warren Counties in PA and crosses into and out of New York. Replaced 189, which was renumbered to match NY 426. Unrelated to x26 family.
526 Never assigned?
626 Never assigned?
726 Never assigned?
27 27 Exists in Warren, Venango, and Crawford Counties. Intersected 127, 227, and 427 from east to west. 327 and 527 were spurs off 227.
127 Exists in Warren and Forest Counties. Intersected 27, 227, and maybe 327.
227 Exists in Forest and Venango Counties. Intersected 27, 127, 327, and 527.
327 Now 227 from Neiltown to 127 and now 127 from 227 to West Hickory. Intersected 227 and maybe 127.
427 Exists in Venango and Crawford Counties. Intersects 27.
527 Near SR 4002 north of Tionesta. Intersected 227.
627 Never assigned?
727 Never assigned?
28 28 Exists in Jefferson, Clarion, Armstrong, Butler, and Allegheny Counties. Once extended south to West Virginia state line along 50. Intersected 128 and 228 from south to north, though both routes are now orphaned.
128 Exists in Armstrong County. Intersected 28. Now orphaned.
228 Exists in Butler County. Intersected 28. Now orphaned.
328 Now SR 3007 from 8 south.
328 Exists in Bradford and Tioga Counties. Was 826, 84 and later 287, then renumbered to match NY 328 and to eliminate the US 15/287 duplex. Unrelated to x28 family.
428 Exists in Crawford and Venango Counties. Unrelated to x28 family but related to 427.
528 Exists in Butler County. Unrelated to x28 family.
628 Never assigned?
728 Never assigned?
29 29 Exists in two pieces in Susquehanna, Wyoming, and Luzerne Counties and Lehigh, Berks, Montgomery, and Chester Counties. 29 is a north-south route with an east-west number, and the two segments of the route were contiguous before the designation of US 309 to its middle section. Intersects 129-629 from south to north except for the missing 429.
129 Now SR 4006 and SR 4016 from 352 to US 202/US 322. Intersected 29 (now US 202).
229 Now SR 1019 and 29 from 309 to Emmaus. Intersected 29.
329 Exists in Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Intersected 29. Now orphaned.
429 Never assigned? This route should have existed because 529, 629, and 729 were assigned. One possibility is that 429 was assigned to US 309 (Palmerton to Schnecksville) but not shown on maps.
529 Now SR 1010 from US 11 to 92. Intersected 29 twice.
629 Now SR 3001 from Clarks Summit to Ransom. Intersected 29.
729 Now SR 1023 from 29 to 100. Intersected 29.
729 Exists in Clearfield County. Unrelated to x29 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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