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Pennsylvania Route Families 80-89

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

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80 80 Now 380 from Pittsburgh to 286 and 286 from 380 to US 219 in Allegheny, Westmoreland, Indiana, and Clearfield Counties. Intersected 180-480 from east to west and 680. 80 was an east-west route as though it were an odd number. Parts of the x80 family were renumbered to avoid duplication with the I-x80 family.
180Now 130 from Pittsburgh to 381 in Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties. Intersected 80.
280Now 791 from Bus US 22 to 80 (now 380) in Alleghany County. Intersected 80.
380Exists in Allegheny and Westmoreland Counties. Replaced 80 west of 286. Intersected 80. Renumbered internally as SR 400 to avoid duplication with I-380.
480Now 403 from US 119 to US 422 in Indiana County. Intersected 80 and 580.
580Exists in Indiana and Clearfield Counties. Intersected 480.
680Now 217 from 80 (now 286) to 1 (now US 30) in Indiana and Westmoreland Counties. Intersected 80.
780Now 880 and SR 2002 in Clinton County. Unrelated to x80 family but numbered as a connecting road to 880. Existed simultaneously with the other 780.
780Exists in Westmoreland County. Intersected 380. Existed simultaneously with the other 780.
8080Exists as a major east-west freeway connecting the New Jersey and Ohio state lines. Intersected I-80S, current I-180, and I-380. Several I-x80 routes were renumbered to I-x76 when I-80S was renumbered as I-76.
I-80SNow I-76 east of I-80 from Ohio to New Jersey and I-676 between the I-76 interchanges. Intersected I-180 (now I-176), I-280 (now I-276), I-480 (now I-476), and I-680 (now I-76 between I-676 interchanges).
180Now I-176 from US 422 to I-76 in Berks County.
180Exists in Northumberland and Lycoming Counties. Intersects I-80.
280Now I-276 from I-76 to the New Jersey state line. Intersected I-80S (now I-76).
380Exists in Monroe and Lackawanna Counties. Replaced I-81E (formerly I-81S). Intersects I-80.
480Proposed number for I-476 south of I-276 before I-80S became I-76.
680Now I-676 in Philadelphia County. Intersected and swapped routes with I-80S (now I-76).
81 81 Now US 40 from the Maryland state line to the West Virginia state line. Intersected 181-481 from east to west. No renumbering took place in the x81 family upon designating I-81.
181Now SR 3002 and township roads or the Youghiogheny River Lake from US 40 to the Maryland stateline in Somerset and Fayette Counties. Intersected 81 (now US 40).
181Exists in York County. Replaced 24 from 382 to US 30. Unrelated to x81 family.
281Exists in Fayette and Somerset Counties. Replaced 53 from 523 to 31. Intersected 81 (now US 40).
381Exists in Fayette and Westmoreland Counties. Intersected 81 (now US 40).
481Exists in Washington County. Intersected 81 (now US 40).
581Exists in Cumberland County. Unrelated to x81 family but related to I-x81 family.
681Never assigned?
781Never assigned?
8181Exists as major northeast-southwest freeway from New York to Maryland. Intersects 581.
I-81SNow I-380 from I-81 to I-80. Replaced first by I-81E, then by I-380. Intersected I-81.
I-81ENow I-380 from I-81 to I-80. Replaced I-81S and replaced by I-380. Intersected I-81.
581Exists in Cumberland County. Intersects I-81.
82 82 Exists in Chester and Berks Counties. Continues into Delaware as DE 82. Intersected 182-482 from south to north.
182Now SR 3043 from 82 to 10 in Chester County. Intersected 82.
182Exists in York County. Unrelated to x82 family. May be an original number for the route or replaced part of 937 long after 937 was decommissioned.
282Exists in Chester County. Intersects 82.
382Now Elverson Road from 82 to 10 in Berks County. Intersected 82.
382Exists in York County. Replaced 24 from 181 to 114. Unrelated to x82 family.
482Now Furnace Road from 82 to 10 in Berks County. Intersected 82.
582Now SR 3011 and Cornell Road from US 22 (now SR 2002) to US 119. Unrelated to x82 family but numbered as a spur off 3 (now US 22) near 982.
682Never assigned?
782Never assigned?
83 83 Now 183 from 61 to Reading, 724 from Reading to 23, and 252 and SR 2021 from 23 to US 30. Intersected 183-483 from east to west and also intersected 683. Much of the x83 family was renumbered to avoid duplication with the I-x83 family, though 83 was curiously renumbered to 183.
183Now SR 4013 and SR 4014 in Montgomery County and SR 1043 in Chester County from US 422 (now SR 4031) to 83 (now 724). Replaced by 683 and intersected 83.
183Exists in Berks and Schuylkill Counties. Replaced 83 from US 422 (now Business US 422) to US 122 (now 61).
283Now 82 from 83 (now 724) to US 422 in Berks County. Intersected 83.
283Now SR 3001 from I-83/US 322 to 230 in Dauphin County. Unrelated to x83 family but related to I-x83 family.
283Exists in Dauphin and Lancaster Counties signed as 283 but internally numbered as SR 300. Unrelated to x83 family but related to I-x83 family.
383Now 73, SR 1003, and SR 4030 from US 222 to 83 (now 183) in Berks County. Intersected 83.
483Now 419 from 83 (now SR 4016) to 897 in Berks and Lebanon Counties. Intersected 83.
583Never assigned? This route should have existed because 683 existed.
683Replaced the original 183 in Montgomery and Chester Counties. Intersected 83 (now 724).
783Never assigned?
8383Exists in Dauphin, Cumberland, and York Counties. Intersected I-283 and the earlier 283.
283Exists in Dauphin County. Intersected 83 and both 283s.
283Now SR 3001 from I-83/US 322 to 230 in Dauphin County. Unrelated to x83 family but related to I-x83 family. Probably numbered in anticipation of I-283, which later paralleled and replaced this 283.
283Exists in Dauphin and Lancaster Counties signed as 283 but internally numbered as SR 300. Unrelated to x83 family but related to I-x83 family.
84 84 Now 287 from US 220 to US 15. Intersected 184-284 from south to north. 84 was renumbered to avoid duplication with I-84.
184Exists in Lycoming County. Intersected 84 (now 287).
284Exists in Lycoming County. Intersected 84 (now 287).
384Never assigned?
484Exists in Fulton County. Replaced 126 and 226. Unrelated to x84 family.
584Never assigned?
684Never assigned?
784Never assigned?
8484Exists in Lackawanna, Wayne, and Pike Counties. I-84 is the only member of the I-x84 family in Pennsylvania.
85 85 Exists in Armstrong and Indiana Counties. There is no x85 family beyond 85 and perhaps 185. If 85 ever extended west along current US 422, then 185 would intersect.
185Now SR 2002 east from US 422. Did not intersect any x85, but is geographically close to 85.
285Exists in Crawford County as an extension of the short OH 85. Unrelated to x85 family but related to OH 85.
385Never assigned?
485Never assigned?
585Never assigned?
685Never assigned?
785Never assigned?
86 86 Exists as SR 886 in Crawford County. Signed in the 1930s after the family routes system was established, so there is no x86 family. 86 was internally renumbered from SR 86 to SR 886 to avoid duplication with I-86, but the route remains signed as 86.
186Now 130 from 380 to Turtle Creek. Unrelated to x86 family.
286Exists in Allegheny, Westmoreland, Indiana, and Clearfield Counties. Replaced 80 east of 380. Unrelated to x86 family.
386Never assigned?
486Never assigned?
586Never assigned?
686Never assigned?
786Never assigned?
8686Exists in Erie County and soon in Bradford County. Replaced 17. There are no other routes in the I-x86 family because the designation is new.
87 87 Exists in Wyoming, Sullivan, and Lycoming Counties. Intersected 187, 287, and 487 from east to west. Now signed north-south upon the extension from 115 (now 154) to US 220.
187Exists in Wyoming and Bradford Counties. Intersected 87 and 387 and replaced 287.
287Now 187 from Stowell to 87 in Wyoming County. Intersected 87 and was replaced by 187.
287Exists in Lycoming and Tioga Counties. Replaced 84. Unrelated to x87 family.
387Now SR 2010 in from 187 to US 6 in Bradford County. Intersected 187.
487Exists in Sullivan, Luzerne, Columbia, and Northumberland Counties. Replaced portions of 115, 339, and 242. Intersects 87.
587Never assigned?
687Never assigned?
787Never assigned?
88 88 Exists in Fayette, Green, Washington, and Allegheny Counties. Originally extended as far north as Erie via US 19 (which replaced 88), was truncated at Pittsburgh, and then later extended through Pittsburgh along US 19 and 65 to New Castle. Replaced 857 and later was replaced by 65. Original route intersected 188, 288, and 488. Later route also intersected 388 and 588.
188Exists in Greene County. Intersects 88.
288Exists in Butler, Beaver, and Lawrence Counties. Replaced 488 from 88 (now 65) to 18. Intersected 88, 288, 388, 488, and 588.
388Exists in Lawrence County. Replaced by 88 (now 65) from 18 in New Brighton to 18 in Wampum. Intersected 88/288, 488, and 588.
488Exists in Lawrence and Butler Counties. Replaced by 288 from 88 (now 65) to 18. Intersected 88, 288, and 388.
588Exists in Beaver and Butler Counties. Intersected 88 (now 65), 288, and 388.
688Never assigned?
788Never assigned?
89 89 Exists in Erie and Crawford Counties. Intersected 189, the only other member of the x89 family.
189Now 426 from 89 to US 6 in two pieces severed by the southwest corner of New York. Replaced by 426 to create a continuous PA 426-NY 426-PA 426 numbering.
289Never assigned?
389Never assigned?
489Never assigned?
589Never assigned?
689Never assigned?
789Never assigned?

 

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

 


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