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PA 36(N-S)/PA 164(W-E) Duplex

36 164

Pennsylvania Routes 36 and 164 join for 2 miles through McKee and Roaring Spring in Blair County.


Timothy Reichard 11/5/04

Northbound on PA 36 at the southern split of the PA 36/PA 164 duplex. PA 164 west joins from the right, and the duplex begins straight ahead.

 


Timothy Reichard 11/5/04

A closer view of the keystone shields at the southern split. PA 164 leads to Martinsburg and then its end at PA 26. PA 36/PA 164 cuts through the outskirts of Roaring Spring and McKee.

 


Timothy Reichard 11/5/04

Two miles to the northwest, PA 36 leaves three-lane PA 164 to serve Hollidaysburg to the north. PA 164 continues to meet the newly extended Business US 220 and I-99/US 220 at Exit 23.

 


Timothy Reichard 11/5/04

Now eastbound on PA 164 at the northern split. PA 36 joins PA 164 immediately after PA 164 leaves Business US 220. The duplex begins ahead.

 


Timothy Reichard 11/5/04

PA 36/PA 164 is a three-lane road that dodges the centers of McKee and Roaring Spring as it cuts through the mountains of Blair County.

 


Timothy Reichard 11/5/04

PA 36/PA 164 used to cut through Roaring Spring on Main Street, but now it follows the perimeter of the town here.

 


Timothy Reichard 11/5/04

On the east side of town, the two routes split.

 

 

Local Names

North
36

Catfish Ridge Road

West
164

Woodbury Pike

Duplex
36
164

Woodbury Pike

South
36

Woodbury Pike

East
164

Main Street

 

Terraserver Imagery

 

Former Designations

36

1927–1928

PA 36 was designated.
164

1928–1936

PA 164 replaced PA 36.
36
164

1936–1972

PA 36 was extended southward along PA 164.
36
164

1972–

PA 164 was relocated to follow PA 36 from McKee to Leamersville, extending the duplex westward.

 

Adjacent Multiplexes

36


North to Altoona

BUSINESS
220
164


West to East Freedom

 

 

 

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