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US 222(S)/PA 501(N-S) Duplex

222 501

United States Route 222 and Pennsylvania Route 501 join for half a mile north of Lancaster in Lancaster County. Only US 222 southbound follows PA 501.


Timothy Reichard 3/27/04

Southbound on US 222 on York Road, the westbound frontage road to the Lancaster bypass. The bypass, US 30, is the freeway on the left. US 222 exits US 30 onto this frontage road and passes PA 272/Oregon Pike to arrive here at PA 501/Lititz Pike. US 222 south makes a left onto PA 501 to arrive at PA 272 to the south. US 222 north does not follow this route but instead follows PA 272 north rather than PA 501 to meet US 30.

 


Timothy Reichard 3/27/04

Southbound on the Lititz Pike with its fairly new reassurance shields.

 


Timothy Reichard 3/27/04

PA 501 ends to the south and PA 272 takes over, even though PA 272 is poorly signed as it enters Lancaster with US 222.

 


Timothy Reichard 3/27/04

As PA 501 ends, US 222 south meets US 222/PA 272 north, giving the uncommon option of being able to turn northbound on the corresponding southbound route.

 

 

Local Names

North
222

Lincoln Highway
Oregon Pike (NB)
York Road (SB)

North
501

Lititz Pike

Duplex
222
501

Lititz Pike

South
222

Lititz Pike

 

Terraserver Imagery

  • 1996 Topo. · US 222/PA 501 duplex, old interchange configurations with US 30
  • 1999 Aerial · US 222/PA 501 northern split, US 30 interchanges under construction
  • 1999 Aerial · US 222/PA 501 southern end

 

Adjacent Multiplexes

30
222

North to Lancaster

222
272

South to Lancaster

501
722

North to Neffsville

 

 

 
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