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22
30

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279
22
30

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19
TRUCK
19


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279
19
TRUCK
19
22
30


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279
TRUCK
19
22
30


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279
TRUCK
19


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376
22
30

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376
22

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I-279(N-S)/US 22(E-W)/US 30(E-W) Triplex


279 22 30

Interstate 279 joins the US 22/US 30 duplex for six miles from Pittsburgh to Rosslyn Farms in Allegheny County. The triplex is also joined by Truck US 19 for a quadruplex and US 19/Truck US 19 for Pennsylvania's lone quintuplex.


Douglas Kerr 12/7/03

Eastbound on US 22/US 30 at the interchange with I-79. Eastbound traffic can continue straight ahead as I-279 begins or exit only to I-79 south. There is no exit to I-79 north here.

 


Douglas Kerr 12/7/03

A closer view of the interchange along US 22/US 30 east. I-279 is about to begin. I-79 runs across the first visible overpass and across a second one hidden behind it. The westbound-to-southbound ramp is the diagonal overpass a little further in the distance.

 


Denny Pine 2003

Eastbound on US 22/US 30 after the I-79 overpasses. I-279 and Parkway West begin here.

 


Denny Pine 2003

Reassurance shields eastbound. The Parkway is known as Parkway West to the west of Pittsburgh. A few miles ahead, an interesting combination of multiplexes occurs when US 19 and Truck US 19 enter the picture.

 


Jeff Kitsko 10/21/02

Reassurance shields westbound on Parkway West in Carnegie.

 


Denny Pine 2003

Now heading westward, I-279 ends at the I-79 interchange. US 22/US 30 continues to the west on the Penn-Lincoln Parkway.

 

 

US 22(E-W)/US 30(E-W) Duplex


22 30

United States Routes 22 and 30 join for 30 miles from Monroeville to Imperial in Allegheny County. The western 8 miles are covered here. The other 22 miles involved triplexes, quadruplexes, and even a quintuplex with I-279, I-379, US 19, and Truck US 19 (see list at top of page).


Denny Pine 2003

Westbound on US 22/US 30 just past the I-79 interchange, where I-279 ends. US 22/US 30 is the Penn-Lincoln Parkway all the way across Pittsburgh because US 22 has historically been called the Willam Penn Highway and US 30 the Lincoln Highway. When US 22 and US 30 were moved from their old street alignments to the expressway in Pittsburgh, the expressway maintained the historical references.

 


Denny Pine 2003

US 22 and US 30 split at this interchange near Imperial. US 22 continues as an expressway through Pennsylvania, the West Virginia panhandle, and past Steubenville, Ohio. US 30 exits and runs northwestward to Liverpool, Ohio. Ohio is 18 miles to the west.

 


Denny Pine 2003

Now eastbound on US 22/US 30 approaching I-79 and the beginning of I-279.

 


Daniel Garnell 8/12/03

The approach to I-279/US 22/US 30 on I-79 north. I-279 and I-376 get precedence along the US 22/US 30/Penn-Lincoln Parkway, so this sign clarifies how to follow the William Penn and Lincoln Highways.

 

Local Names


North/East
279
19
TRUCK
19
22
30

Penn-Lincoln Parkway
Parkway West

Triplex
279
22
30

Penn-Lincoln Parkway
Parkway West

Duplex
22
30

Penn-Lincoln Parkway
Parkway West

West
22

William Penn Highway

West
30

Lincoln Highway

 

Terraserver Imagery

Adjacent Multiplexes

279
19
22
30


East to Pittsburgh

 
22
2

West to Weirton, WV

30
39

West to East Liverpool, OH

 

 

 
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