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US 22(E-W)/PA 655(S-N) Duplex

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US 22 and PA 655 join for 1 1/2 miles through Mill Creek in Huntingdon County.


Timothy Reichard 4/6/02

US 22/PA 655 traverses both the riverside and mountain side of eastern Huntingdon County. Jacks Mountain stands to the east by the Juniata River on the west. This duplex is a three-lane road with alternating passing zones and center turning lane.

 


Timothy Reichard 4/6/02

A mile and a half south of the town of Mill Creek, PA 655 splits off of toward Mapleton and the Juniata River. US 22 climbs Jacks Mountain and parallels PA 655 for a couple of miles.

 


Timothy Reichard 4/6/02

Here is another view of the Y-shaped intersection/southern split. PA 655 enters from the lower right.

 


Timothy Reichard 4/6/02

Here is a close-up shot of the signs at the southern split.

 


Timothy Reichard 4/6/02

Here is a third view of the intersection looking downhill on US 22.

 


Timothy Reichard 4/6/02

Reassurance shields are posted near the southern split.

 


Timothy Reichard 4/6/02

A mile and a half to the north, PA 655 splits from US 22 in Mill Creek.

 


Timothy Reichard 4/6/02

Here is the northern split as viewed from PA 655 southbound. Mount Union, south of the US 22/PA 655, is the southwestern end of the recently truncated US 22/US 522 duplex.

 

 

Local Names


West
22


William Penn Highway

North
655

Route 655


Duplex
22
655

William Penn Highway

East
22

William Penn Highway

South
655

Route 655

 

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Adjacent Multiplexes

22


West to Duncansville

22
522

East to Mount Union

655
994

South to Three Springs

 

 

 
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