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Pennsylvania Route 58 joins US 19/US 62 for two blocks through Mercer in Mercer County. Part of the duplex is joined by Pennsylvania Route 258 in the US 19/US 62/PA 58/PA 258 quadruplex.
Northbound on US 19/US 62/PA 58 leaving Mercer. These three routes conspire with PA 258 for more than six multiplexes in the Mercer borough.
Two blocks north of the town square and southern split, PA 58 splits from US 19/US 62. I-79 is about four miles to the northeast along US 62.
Both PA 58 and US 19/US 62 enter Mercer from the north, and there is no reason to enter Mercer to go south on one route just to go back north on the other. Penn Street provides a shortcut east-west link between the two routes. This view is US 19/US 62 south, and a right turn takes you directly to PA 58.
Similarly, a left turn onto Penn Street from PA 58 east directs you to US 19/US 62.
Further south, reassurance shields stand for the southbound triplex.
United States Routes 19 and 62 join for a half-mile, same-way duplex through Mercer in Mercer County. The southern part of the duplex is joined by PA 58/PA 258 in the US 19/US 62/PA 58/PA 258 quadruplex.
Northbound on US 19/US 62 north of where PA 58 splits to the northnorthwest.
US 19/US 62 by itself is only a quarter-mile long, and the routes soon split apart.
The northern split.US 19 continues due north toward Sheakleyville while US 62 meets I-79 near Jackson Center.
A closer view of the signs at the split. US 19 leaves the Mercer multiplex mess to join another in Meadville with US 6/US 322.
US 62 splits into two separated lanes to meet US 19. US 62 south meets US 19 a tenth of a mile from where the two routes split, as seen in the above photos.
The northern split as seen from US 19 south.
US 19/US 62 south between where US 62 south joins US 19 and where US 19 north and US 62 north split.
The northern split passed by US 19/US 62 south.
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