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Pennsylvania Route Families 70-79

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

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76 76 77 78 78 79 79

 

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70

70 Now 171 from US 11 to Business US 6 in Susquehanna and Lackawanna Counties. Renumbered to 171 because 70 duplicated I-70. Intersected 170-470 from south to north as well as 570 and 670. Several x70 routes were decommissioned for use in the I-x70 interstate family.
170 Exists in Wayne County. Intersected 70 (now 171).
270 Now SR 2046 from 171 to 92. Intersected 70 (now 171).
370 Exists in Susquehanna and Wayne Counties. Intersected 70 (now 171), 570, and 670.
470 Now SR 1009 and SR 1005 in Susquehanna County and SR 4039 in Wayne County from 171 to 171. Intersected 70 (now 171) twice and 570 once.
570 Now 370, SR 4016, SR 4012, and SR 4039 in Wayne County and SR 1001 in Susquehanna County from 90 (now 191) to 170 (now SR 2046). Intersected 70 (now 171), intersected 170, replaced by 370, replaced 470, intersected 670.
670

Exists in Wayne County. Intersects 170 and 370.

770 Exists in McKean County. Replaced 59 from Marshburg to 646. Unrelated to x70 family.
70 70 Exists in Fulton, Bedford, Somerset, Westmoreland, and Washington Counties.
I-70S Now I-70 from I-76 to the West Virginia state line.
71 71 Now 136, 201, I-70, and 917 from US 30 to US 40 in Westmoreland and Washington Counties. Intersected 171, the only other member of the x71 family.
171 Now near SR 3109 from 201 to 51. Intersected 71 (now 201).
171 Exists in Susquehanna and Lackawanna Counties. Replaced 70 according to the renumbering rule because 70 duplicated I-70.
271 Exists in Cambria, Somerset, and Westmoreland Counties. Replaced US 219 from Johnstown to US 22 and 933 from US 22 to US 219. Unrelated to x71 family.
371 Exists in Wayne and Susquehanna Counties. May have been an original number for its route. Unrelated to x71 family but related to 471.
471 Now SR 4014 from 267 to 858. Unrelated to x71 family but related to 371.
571 Never assigned?
671 Never assigned?
771 Never assigned?
72 72 Exists in Lebanon and Lancaster Counties. Once extended south along US 222. Intersected 172-472, 772, and 672 from south to north. 672 and 772 were later additions.
72 Now SR 2001 and SR 2005 from 29 to US 11 in Luzerne County. Unrelated to x72 family. Existed simultaneously with the original 72.
172 Now SR 2003 from US 222 to US 222 in Lancaster County. Intersected 72 (now US 222) twice and 272 once.
272 Exists in Berks, Lancaster, and Chester Counties and extends into Maryland as MD 272. Curiously, 272 fits into both the Pennsylvania and Maryland state route numbering systems. Intersected 72 (now US 222) a few times and 172 and 372 each once.
372 Exists in Chester, Lancaster, and York Counties. Intersected 72 (now US 222), 272 (formerly 72), 372, and 472.
472 Exists in Lancaster and Chester Counties. Intersected 72 (now US 222), 372, and 572.
572 Now 372 from SR 2026 in Lancaster County to 41 in Chester County. Intersected 372.
672 Now SR 4011 from 72 to 772 in Lancaster County. Intersected 72 and 772.
772 Exists in Lancaster County. Intersected 72 and 672.
73 73 Exists in Berks, Montgomery, and Berks Counties. Continues into New Jersey as NJ 73. Once extended west into Reading and south along 625 to 23. 73 is a perfectly good parent route that may not have had any child routes 173-773.
173 Exists in Crawford, Mercer, and Bradford Counties. Replaced 78. Unrelated to x73 family.
273 Never assigned?
373 Never assigned?
473 Never assigned?
573 Never assigned?
673 Never assigned?
773 Never assigned?
74 74 Exists in Juniata, Perry, Cumberland, and York Counties. Intersected 174-274 from south to north.
174 Now SR 1012 west of 404 (now US 15) in Union County. Replaced 974. Unrelated to x74 family.
174 Exists in Cumberland County. Intersects 74.
274 Exists in Perry and Franklin Counties. Intersects 74.
374 Exists in Susquehanna County. Unrelated to x74 family.
474 Exists in Erie County. Continuation of NY 474 (formerly NY 74). Unrelated to PA x74 family, but related to NY 74 and NY 474.
574 Never assigned?
674 Never assigned?
774 Never assigned?
75 75 Exists in Juniata and Franklin Counties. Signed north-south but possibly once was an east-west route. 75 is the only member of the x75 family.
175 Never assigned?
275 Never assigned?
375 Never assigned?
475 Exists in Huntingdon and Fulton Counties. Replaced 76 (later 377, then 176) from US 522 in Orbisonia to US 522 in Knobsville. Unrelated to x75 family.
575 Never assigned?
675 Never assigned?
775 Never assigned?
76 76 Now 655 and 829 from US 322 to the Maryland state line in Mifflin, Huntingdon, and Fulton Counties.. Intersected 176-376 from south to north. The x76 family was renumbered to avoid duplication with the I-x76 family.
176 Now 475 from US 522 to 994 in Huntingdon and Fulton Counties. Intersected 76 (now 655) and 376 (now SR 2005).
276 Now 747 from US 22 to 994 in Huntingdon County. Intersected 76 (now 655) and 376 (now 944).
376 Now 655, SR 2022, and SR 2005 from US 22 to 475 in Huntingdon County. Intersected 76 (now 829 and 655), 176 (now 475), and 276 (now 747).
476 Now 484 from I-70/US 522 to 655. Intersected 76 (now 655).
576 Never assigned?
676 Never assigned?
776 Never assigned?
76 76 Exists from the Ohio state line to the New Jersey state line, mainly as the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Continues into Ohio and New Jersey. Intersects I-676, I-476, I-276, I-176, and I-376 from east to west.
176 Exists in Berks County. Intersects I-76.
276 Exists in Montgomery and Bucks Counties. Intersects I-76 and I-476.
376 Exists in Allegheny County. Intersects I-76 and Future I-576.
476 Exists from Scranton to Chester , mainly as the Northeast Extension Pennsylvania Turnpike. Intersects I-76 and I-276.
576 Future designation for the Southern Beltway and Monroevilla Spur of the Mon-Fayette Expressway in Allegheny County.
676 Exists in Philadelphia County and extends into New Jersey. Intersects I-76.
876 Proposed number for I-579. Intersected I-76 (now I-376).
77 77 Exists in Erie and Crawford Counties. Intersected 177-277 from east to west.
177 Now 426 from US 6 to Spring Creek in Erie and Warren Counties. Intersected 77.
177 Exists in York County. Possibly an original number for this route. Unrelated to x77 family.
277 Now 77 and 426 from Spartansburg to US 6 in Crawford and Erie Counties.
377 Now 994 from 76 (now 655) or 276 (now 747) to 176 (now 475) in Huntingdon County. Unrelated to x77 family. Numbered sequentially from 376.
477 Exists in Centre and Clinton Counties. Replaced 880 from Loganton to 64. Unrelated to x77 family.
577 Never assigned?
677 Never assigned?
777 Never assigned?
78 78 Now 173 from 27 to 8 in Crawford, Mercer, and Butler Counties. 78 was renumbered to avoid duplication with the I-x78 family. 78 is the only member of the x78 family, but 178-378 were not too far away.
178 Now SR 2010 from US 6/8 to 89 in Erie County. Replaced 79. Unrelated to x78 family.
278 Now 208 and 551 from 18 in New Wilmington to 18 in West Middlesex in Lawrence and Mercer Counties. Unrelated to x78 family.
378 Now 58 and 478 from 368 to 38 in Venango and Clarion Counties.
378 Exists in Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Unrelated to x78 family but related to I-x78 family.
478 Exists in Venango and Clarion Counties. Replaced 378. Unrelated to x78 family.
578 Never assigned?
678 Never assigned?
778 Never assigned?
78 78 Exists from I-81 to the New Jersey state line in Lebanon, Berks, Lehigh, and Northampton Counties. Continues into New Jersey. Intersected I-378 (now 378)
178 Proposed spur from I-78 (now US 22) to Allentown. Would have intersected I-78.
378 Now 378 from US 22 to Bethlehem. Redesignated PA 378 when I-78 was moved from the US 22 freeway.
378 Exists in Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Replaced I-378. Unrelated to x78 family but related to I-x78 family.
79 79 Now US 6N from US 20 to US 6 in Erie County. Intersected 179. The x79 family was renumbered to avoid duplication with the I-x79 family.
179 Now 226 from US 6 to the Ohio state line. Intersected 79.
179 Exists in Bucks County. Replaced US 202. Continuation of NJ 179. Unrelated to x79 family.
279 Never assigned?
379 Never assigned?
479 Never assigned?
579 Never assigned?
679 Never assigned?
779 Never assigned?
79 79 Exists as a major north-south route in western PA. Intersects I-279.
179 Proposed number for I-79 north of I-90. Would have intersected I-79.
279 Exists in Allegheny County. Intersects I-79 twice.
479 Proposed number for I-579. Would have intersected I-279.
579 Exists in Allegheny County. Intersects I-279.

 

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

 


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