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BUSINESS
30
Bedford, PA

BUSINESS
30 A Brief History

Today US 30 bypasses the streets of Bedford by following an expressway bypass that passes through the northern part of the town. Before the bypass was finished in 1970, US 30 followed Pitt Street. When US 30 was moved to the bypass, Pitt Street was assigned the Business US 30 designation, which includes an interchange with Bedford's other bypass, US 220 to the west. US 30 and US 220 meet at an interchange on the northwest side of town, while Business US 30 and Business US 220 intersect in the middle of town. Bedford is one of only two towns in Pennsylvania to have two business routes (the other is Reading with Business US 222 and Business US 422).

Eastern End | Western End

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Eastern End · US 30, east of Bedford

No photos of the eastern end have been submitted.

Aerial photo (Terraserver/USGS, 1993): The eastern end interchange of Business US 30 and US 30.

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Western End · US 30, northwest of Bedford


Timothy Reichard 12/22/02

Westbound on Business US 30 at its end. Straight ahead is US 30 west.

 


Timothy Reichard 12/22/02

Business US 30 ends at a stop sign as the US 30 expressway begins to the right. US 30 is part of the Path of Progress/Heritage Route

 


Timothy Reichard 12/22/02

The view along US 30 eastbound, with Business US 30 beginning straight ahead while US 30 curves to the left.

Aerial photo (Terraserver/USGS, 1993): The western end of Business US 30 and the western end of the northern Bedford bypass.

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