A northern bypass was built around Everett in the early 1980s. US
30 was moved from the through-town route to the bypass, and Business
US 30 was signed on the town route. Business US 30 is Main Street
for its entire length and runs concurrently with PA 26 for two blocks.
Eastern End | Western
End · US 30, northeast of Everett
Eastbound along Main Street at the eastern end of Business US 30.
US 30 meets Business US 30 at the end of the bypass. Another Business
US 30 exists in Bedford, and the infamous missing link of I-70 can
be found amid gas stations in Breezewood.
photo (Terraserver/USGS, 1994): The eastern end of Business US
End · US 30, western Everett
On the other side of town, Business US 30 meets the other end of
the bypass at a partial interchange. Curiously, the END Business US
30 sign has an arrow below (usually no arrow is placed there), and
the arrow does not match the arrow below WEST US 30.
photo (Terraserver/USGS, 1993): The western interchange end of
Business US 30.