Pennsylvania Highways
PA 101 - PA 150

PA 101 Southern Terminus: US 13 in Bristol.
Northern Terminus: US 1 in South Langhorne.
Length: 5 miles
Names: New Rodgers Road and Bath Road
County: Bucks
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: PA 413:  Bath Road to South Langhorne
History: Signed in 1928.

PA 102 Southern Terminus: US 6/US 19/US 322 in Kerrtown.
Northern Terminus: PA 98 two miles north of Fredericksburg.
Length: 4 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: None
SR Designation: SR 0102
County: Crawford
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations:
US 6  (1926 - 1954):  US 19/US 322 to Mercer Street
US 19  (1926 - 1954):  US 6/US 322 to Mercer Street
US 322  (1926 - 1954):  US 6/US 19 to Mercer Street
PA 98  (1928 - 1954):  Mercer Street to PA 98
PA 98  (1954 - 1955):  US 6/US 19/US 322 to Mercer Street
BicyclePA Route Y BicyclePA Route: Spring Street to Harmonsburg Road
History: From 1928 to 1936, the route was signed from Shockertown to Easton in Northampton County.

In 1941, the route was signed on the current PA 98 alignment from the US 6/US 322 and US 19 intersection to the current PA 102 intersection.

In 1955, the designation used to bypass Meadville on the current PA 98 alignment, and in that year was moved to its current alignment.

Links: JCT US 6, 19, 322 & PA 102 - David Brunot
PA 102 Junction List
- Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 102 - Adam Prince

PA 103 Southern Terminus: US 522 in Allenport.
Northern Terminus: Business US 22 in Lewistown.
Length: 29 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Blind Camp Road, Ryde Road, Mattawanna Road, Pine Glen Road, Longfellow Road, Granville Road, First Avenue, Delaware Avenue, and Belle Avenue
SR Designation: SR 0103
Counties: Huntingdon and Mifflin
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the route was paved from McVeytown to Granville.  In 1936, the southern terminus was moved from US 522 in McVeytown to its current location.
Links: PA 103 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 103 - Adam Prince

PA 104 Southern Terminus: US 11/US 15 four miles south of McKees Half Falls.
Northern Terminus: PA 45 in Mifflinburg.
Length: 22 miles
National Highway System: Middleburg
Names: Wausau Road, Main Street, Market Street, and 10th Street
SR Designations: SR 0104
SR 0552:  Middleburg
Counties: Perry, Juniata, Snyder, and Union
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: US 522:  Middleburg
Truck PA 45:  Trails End Road to Mifflinburg
Truck PA 304:  Trails End Road to Mifflinburg
Former Designations: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1930, the route was moved from Hoffer Road and Meiserville Road to the current alignment between US 11/US 15 and Meiserville.  Also that year, the route was paved from Meiserville to US 522.

Originally turned at Wildwood Road and then followed the current PA 304 alignment into Mifflinburg until 1946.  It was in that year that the new alignment between Wildwood and Mifflinburg opened.

Links: PA 104 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 104 - Adam Prince

PA 105 Western Terminus: PA 3 in Bon Air.
Eastern Terminus: Bypass US 30/PA 201 in Ardmore Park.
Length: 2 miles
Name: Eagle Road
County: Delaware
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1928.

PA 106 Western Terminus: US 11 in Kingsley.
Eastern Terminus: Business US 6 in Carbondale.
Length: 21 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Main Street, Fallbrook Street, and Dundaff Street
SR Designation: SR 0106
Counties: Susquehanna and Lackawanna
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: PA 374:  Royal to West Clifford
Former Designations: US 6  (1926 - 1928)
US 106  (1928 - 1972)
History: Signed in 1972.
Links: US 106 (Decommissioned)
PA 106 Junction List - Tim Reichard
PA 106 Pictures - Steve Alpert
Terminus of PA 106 - Adam Prince

PA 107 Western Terminus: US 6/US 11 in Factoryville.
Eastern Terminus: US 6 at Exit 5 in Jermyn.
Length: 17 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Benton Road and Rushbrook Street
SR Designation: SR 0107
Counties: Wyoming and Lackawanna
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: None
BicyclePA Route Y BicyclePA Route: US 6 to Jermyn
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the route was paved from Factoryville to Fleetville, and from and PA 247 to Mayfield.  In 1996, the route was extended to meet US 6 on the Governor Robert P. Casey Highway.
Links: PA 107 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 107 - Adam Prince

PA 108 Western Terminus: Ohio state line one mile west of SNPJ.
Eastern Terminus: PA 8 in Adams Corners.
Length: 32 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Garfield Road, Mount Jackson Road, Croton Avenue, Harlandsburg Road, New Castle Street, and Franklin Street
SR Designations: SR 0108
SR 0018:  New Castle
Counties: Lawrence and Butler
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: PA 551:  Mount Jackson Road to Mount Jackson
PA 18:  New Castle
PA 168:  New Castle
PA 173:  Slippery Rock
Former Designations: PA 73  (1927 - 1928):  New Castle to Slippery Rock
PA 551  (1928 - 1936):  Mount Jackson to New Castle
PA 8  (1926 - 1941):  Slippery Rock to Adams Corners
BicyclePA Route V BicyclePA Route: Mount Jackson to New Castle
Washington's Trail Washington's Trail: Slippery Rock to PA 8
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1936, the western terminus was moved from New Castle to the Ohio state line.  In 1941, the eastern terminus was moved from Slippery Rock to Adams Corners.
Links: PA 108 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 108 - Adam Prince

PA 109

NEVER ASSIGNED

PA 110 Western Terminus: PA 954 in Creekside.
Eastern Terminus: US 119 four miles east of Ernest
Length: 5 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Indiana Road, Main Street, and Old Route 119
SR Designation: SR 0110
County: Indiana
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: US 119  (1926 - 1972):  Wida Road to US 119
PA 76  (1927 - 1928):  Wida Road to US 119
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1930, the section from Creekside to US 119 was paved.  In 1932, the route between Creekside and Gaibleton was paved.

In 1972, the eastern terminus was moved to its current location when the US 119 bypass opened to traffic.  Also, the western terminus was moved to Creekside from US 119 at Chambersville Road via current SR 4008.

Links: PA 110 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 110 - Adam Prince

PA 111

NEVER ASSIGNED

PA 112 Southern Terminus: US 1 in Markham.
Northern Terminus: PA 926 in Tanguy.
Length: 5 miles
Names: Cheyney Road, Creek Road, and Tanguy Road
Counties: Delaware and Chester
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1928.  The southern terminus moved from US 1 in Markham to US 322 in 1941.

PA 113 Southern Terminus: Business US 30 in Downingtown.
Northern Terminus: PA 611 one mile north of Pipersville.
Length: 46 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Uwchlan Avenue, Lionville Avenue, Chester Springs Road, Kimberton Road, Bridge Street, Gay Division Street, Emmett Street, Black Rock Road, Trappe Road, Third Avenue, Bridge Road, Old Skippack Road, Creamery Road, Souderton Harleysville Pike, Main Street, Broad Street, Souderton Road, and Bedminster Road
SR Designations: SR 0113
SR 0023:  Phoenixville
Counties: Chester, Montgomery, and Bucks
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: PA 23:  Phoenixville
PA 152:  Silverdale
Former Designation: PA 413  (1930 - 1946):  PA 313 to PA 611
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1931, the route was under construction from East Downingtown to Lionville.  In 1946, the northern terminus was moved from US 13 in Eddington to its current location.

The route has been commemorated in drink by Sly Fox Brewing Company of Phoenixville with their Route 113 India Pale Ale.  The brewpub where it was created just happens to be located on PA 113.

Links: PA 113 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Route 113 India Pale Ale - Sly Fox Brewing Company
Terminus of PA 113 - Adam Prince

PA 114 Western Terminus: PA 944 in Wertzville.
Eastern Terminus: SR 1003 at the entrance to the Capital City Airport.
Length: 18 miles
National Highway System: I-83 to the Capital City Airport
Names: Cedars Road, New Willow Mill Road, Hogestown Road, York Street, Main Street, Market Street, Lisburn Road, and Lewisberry Road
SR Designation: SR 0114
Counties: Cumberland and York
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: PA 641:  Mechanicsburg
Former Designation: PA 24  (1928 - 1961):  PA 382 to I-83
US 111  (1952 - 1954):  I-83 to Old York Road
History: Signed in 1928.  The route was paved from Mount Allen Drive to Arcona Road in 1929.  The eastern terminus was extended from the PA 382 intersection to the Capital City Airport in 1961.  The route was extended to end at PA 944 in 1971 and the part from Interstate 81 to Hoglestown was widened and a median installed on it in 1974.
Links: PA 114 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 114 - Adam Prince

PA 115 Southern Terminus: US 209 in Brodheadsville.
Northern Terminus: I-81 at Exit 170A in Wilkes-Barre.
Length: 35 miles
National Highway System: I-476 at Exit 105 to I-81 at Exit 170A.
Name: Bear Creek Boulevard
SR Designation: SR 0115
Counties: Luzerne and Monroe
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designation: PA 15  (1927 - 1928):  Wilkes-Barre to Caughbaugh Road
BicyclePA Route L BicyclePA Route: Thornhurst Road to Bear Creek Village
History: Signed in 1928, the same year the route was under construction from Meeker to Huntsville and completed the following year.  Also that year, the route was moved out of going through Pocono Manor onto the current PA 314 route.

In 1929, the route was under construction from Farragut to Loyalsock, and Trucksville to Luzerne and completed the following year.  Also paved in 1930 was from Kreller Drive to Pikes Creek.  In 1932, the route was paved from Loyalsock to Ogdonia and from Lincoln Falls to Forksville were paved.  Also from Coles Creek to Kreller Drive was paved.  In 1935, the section from Mountain Whiskey Road to US 220 and US 220 to Forksville were paved.  That year the southern terminus was moved from Swiftwater to Saylorsburg  In 1936, the northern terminus was moved from US 220 in Montoursville to Mausdale.  The southern terminus was moved to Easton.  In 1938, the section from Jerseytown to Millville was paved.

In 1940, the section between Spike Blue Road and the Columbia County line was improved.  In 1941, the section from Spike Blue Road to PA 342 was paved.  In 1946, the northern terminus was moved to Milton.

In 1951, construction began on a new alignment from north of Divide to west of Red Rock and opened in 1952.  With that, the western terminus was moved from Milton to Hughesville.

In 1960, the new expressway between Saylorsburg and PA 512 opened and the designation was moved onto it.  In 1961, the northern terminus was moved from US 220 in Hughesville to its current location.  It used to follow Kidder Street, Butler Street, Main Street, Courtright Street, Carey Avenue, and Pierce Street in Wilkes-Barre.

In 1972, the southern terminus was moved from PA 248 in Easton to its current location.  The former route followed Third Street, College Avenue, Catell Avenue, and Knox Avenue north along Sullivan Trail.  In 1978, the northern terminus was moved from Scott Street at PA 309, down Bulter Street, River Street, and Pierce Street replacing PA 309 on that street.

Until 1985, the northern terminus was at US 11/PA 309 in Kingston.  It crossed the Susquehanna River via the Veterans Memorial Bridge and onto North Street, turned onto Wilkes-Barre Boulevard and then Kidder Street.  It was moved then to PA 309 at Butler Street.  The northern terminus was moved to its current location in 1992 when the Crossvalley Expressway opened to Interstate 81. 

Links: Old PA 115 Pictures - Steve Alpert
PA 115 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 115 - Adam Prince

PA 116 Western Terminus: PA 16 in Carroll Valley.
Eastern Terminus: US 30 one mile east of Thomasville.
Length: 40 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Third Street, Fairfield Road, Main Street, West Middle Street, Hanover Street, Hanover Road, Oxford Avenue, High Street, Frederick Street, and York Road
SR Designation: SR 0116
Counties: Adams and York
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: PA 194:  Hanover
Former Designation: PA 51  (1927 - 1928):  PA 16 to Gettysburg
History: Signed in 1928.  The route was widened from PA 216 to south of Menges Mills in 1970.
Links: PA 116 Junction List - Tim Reichard
PA 116 Pictures - Steve Alpert
Terminus of PA 116 - Adam Prince

PA 117 Southern Terminus: US 322/PA 72 in Cornwall.
Northern Terminus: US 422 in Palmyra.
Length: 12 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Iron Master Road, Main Street, Lancaster Road, and Forge Road
SR Designation: SR 0117
County: Lebanon
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: PA 241:  Colebrook
Former Designations: PA 853  (1928 - 1946):  PA 72 to Colebrook
PA 820  (1933 - 1946):  PA 241 to Palmyra
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1946, the southern terminus was moved to PA 72 from US 322 in Campbelltown and moved off Palmyra Road between Campelltown and Palmyra.
Links: PA 117 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 117 - Adam Prince

PA 118 Western Terminus: PA 405 in Hughesville.
Eastern Terminus: PA 415 in Dallas.
Length: 42 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Water Street and Lairdsville Road
SR Designation: SR 0118
Counties: Lycoming, Columbia, and Luzerne
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: PA 487:  Red Rock
Former Designations: PA 642  (1928 - 1952):  Hughesville to PA 239
PA 115  (1952 - 1961):  Hughesville to Lehman
History: Originally signed on the current PA 168 alignment between Hookstown and McClearly and Shippingport Hill Road to PA 18 from 1928 until 1946.  In 1930, the section from McClearly to PA 18 was paved.  the section from PA 168 to Shippingport was paved in 1932.

Signed in 1961 on its current alignment.  Construction on a new alignment west of Lairdsville began in 1961 and opened a year later.

Links: PA 118 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 118 - Adam Prince

PA 119

NEVER ASSIGNED
SR 0119 is currently assigned to US 119.

PA 120 Western Terminus: US 219/PA 948 in Ridgway.
Eastern Terminus: US 220 in Lock Haven.
Length: 106 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Bucktail Trail
Depot Street, Front Street, Saint Marys Road, Ridgway Road, State Street, General Edward Meyer Boulevard, Saint Michaels Street, Brusselles Street, Truman Road, Fourth Street, Allegheny Avenue, Huron Avenue, Renovo Road, Susquehanna Avenue, Water Street, Jay Street, and Paul Black Boulevard
SR Designation: SR 0120
Counties: Elk, Cameron, and Clinton
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: Truck US 219:  Ridgway
PA 255:  Saint Marys
PA 144:  Renovo
Former Designations: US 120  (1926 - 1967)
PA 55  (1927 - 1930):  Ridgway to Hyner
Pennsylvania Byway Pennsylvania Byway: Entire length
History: Signed in 1967 after US 120 was decommissioned.  In 1970, the eastern terminus was moved from Lock Haven to I-80 at Exit 178.  In 1978, the eastern terminus was moved from I-80 at Exit 178 to its current location.
Links: US 120 (Decommissioned)
Bucktail Trail - Pennsylvania Byways
PA 120 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 120 - Adam Prince

PA 121 Southern Terminus: US 19 in Dormont.
Northern Terminus: PA 50 in Crafton.
Length: 4 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Cochran Road, Green Tree Road, and Poplar Street
SR Designation: SR 0121
County: Allegheny
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designation: PA 802  (1940 - 1946):  Cochran Road to Mansfield Avenue
Blue Belt Belt System: Potomac Avenue to PA 50
Yellow Belt Belt System: US 19 to Greentree Road
History: Signed in 1928 in from East Waynesburg to near Point Marion in Greene County.  In 1928, the route was under construction from Bobtown to PA 88 and completed the following year.  In 1936, the section from Fort Road to Fordyce Road was paved.  In 1938, the section from Dunkard Creek to Whiteley Creek was improved.

In 1940, the section between Mundell Hollow Road to just south of Fordyce was improved.  In 1946, the route was paved between Garards Fort Road and Fordyce Road and north and south of Whiteley Maple.  In 1950, the route was decommisioned.

Signed in 1961 on its current alignment to provide a numbered route through the then newly opened Green Tree interchange of the Penn-Lincoln Parkway.

Links: PA 121 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 121 - Adam Prince

PA 122

NEVER ASSIGNED

PA 123 Southern Terminus: PA 23 in Gulph.
Northern Terminus: US 202 in Bridgeport.
Length: 4 miles
Names: Swedeland Road, Coates Street and East Fourth Street
County: Montgomery
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1928.

PA 124 Western Terminus: PA 74 in York.
Eastern Terminus: PA 624 at PA 425 in Craley.
Length: 13 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Prospect Street, Mount Rose Avenue, East Prospect Road, Maple Street, Main Street, and Abels Road 
SR Designation: SR 0124
County: York
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1929, the route was paved from Marticville to Silver Mine Road.

In 1930, the route was paved from Craley to New Bridgeville.  In 1932, the route was paved from New Bridgeville to York Furnace and from Pequea to Martic Forge.  In 1936, the eastern terminus was moved from Lancaster to Fawn Grove.

In 1946, the section from Miller Road to Bald Eagle was paved.  In 1966, the eastern terminus was moved from Fawn Grove to its current location.

Links: PA 124 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 124 - Adam Prince

PA 125 Southern Terminus: PA 443 in Pine Grove.
Northern Terminus: PA 61 in Shamokin.
Length: 30 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Tulpehocken Street, Tremont Street, Branch Street, Spring Street, Maple Street, Center Street, Good Spring Road, Vista Road, Bear Valley Avenue, and Market Street
SR Designations: SR 0125
SR 0209:  Tremont
Counties: Schuylkill and Northumberland
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: US 209:  Tremont
Former Designations: PA 25  (1928 - 1936):  Pine Grove to Hegins
PA 225  (1928 - 1936):  Line Mountain to Shamokin
PA 225  (1932 - 1936):  Hegins to Line Mountain
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the route was paved from Hegins to Newtown.  In 1936, switched to its current alignment from the PA 25 alignment between Sacramento and Swatara.  A median was installed in 1958 from Montgomery Street to PA 61 in Shamokin.

Mine subsidence at the edge of the roadway between Shamokin and Burnside in Northumberland County caused the route to be closed on September 21, 2011.  Officials estimated the hole was 20 feet wide at the surface and 200 feet deep, and was probably caused by the tremendous rain from Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee.  Crews from PennDOT backfilled the void on the weekend of October 1, and after monitoring it for settling, then placed 85 cubic yards of concrete atop the rock, along with additional backfill.  The route reopened to traffic on October 8.

Links: PA 125 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 125 - Adam Prince

PA 126 Southern Terminus: US 522 in Warfordsburg.
Northern Terminus: US 30 in Breezewood.
Length: 23 miles
Name: South Breezewood Road
Counties: Fulton and Bedford
Expressway: Maryland state line to Exit 156
Former Designation: PA 226  (1928 - 1941):  Stoneybreak to Warfordsburg
Decommissioned: 1964
Replaced By: I-70:  Maryland state line to Exit 156
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1931, the section from Stoneybreak to Moss Road and from Emmaville to Breezewood was under construction and completed the following year when the entire route was paved.

In 1941, the designation was moved from PA 26 one mile north of the Maryland state line to Warfordsburg.

Construction began on a new alignment from the area of Exit 156 to Crystal Spring, which would bypass Emmaville, in 1952 and was completed a year later.

In 1962, the designation was moved onto the new alignment of I-70 from what is Old Route 126 to Stoneybreak and PA 484 to Warfordsburg.  In 1963, the designation was moved onto I-70 from Maryland to Exit 156.


PA 127 Southern Terminus: US 62 in West Hickory.
Northern Terminus: US 62 in Tidioute.
Length: 4 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Fleming Hill Road, Fagundas Road, Bablin Hill Road, Main Street, and Depot Street
SR Designation: SR 0127
Counties: Forest and Warren
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designation: PA 327  (1928 - 1936):  US 62 to Fangundus Corners
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the route was paved.  In 1936, the southern terminus was moved to its current location.

In 1978, the northern terminus was moved from PA 27 north of Newton Station over current SR 3009 to its current location.

Links: PA 127 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 127 - Adam Prince

PA 128 Southern Terminus: PA 356 in Freeport.
Northern Terminus: PA 66 in Ford City.
Length: 15 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Second Street, Buffalo Street, Market Street, High Street, Freeport Road, Cadogan Road, Main Street, and Fifth Avenue
SR Designation: SR 0128
County: Armstrong
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designation: PA 228  (1970 - 1984):  PA 28 to Slate Lick
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the route was paved from Dock Hollow to Cadogan and from the Allegheny River to Ford City.

In 1978, the northern terminus was moved from Manorville to its current location via Hill Street.  Originally it traveled down Fifth Avenue to end at PA 66.

On February 15, 2002, the route was changed between Dock Hollow and Cadogan, and replaced SR 3017 between Dock Hollow and Slate Lick and SR 3006 between Slate Lick and Cadogan.  The former route received the SR 3128 designation.  The changes were due to improvements to the road system and development around Slate Lick.

Links: PA 128 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 128 - Adam Prince

PA 129 Western Terminus: US 202 in Markham.
Eastern Terminus: PA 352 in Gradyville.
Length: 5 miles
Names: Dilworthtown Road, Glen Mills Road, Sweetwater Road, Valley Road, and Gradyville Road
County: Delaware
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the route was paved from Markham to Thornton.

PA 130 Western Terminus: PA 8 in Pittsburgh.
Eastern Terminus: PA 381 one mile north of Kregar.
Length: 49.20 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Allegheny River Boulevard, Sandy Creek Road, Coal Hollow Road, Beulah Road, Brown Avenue, Tri-Boro Avenue, Watkins Avenue, Broadway Boulevard, Broadway Avenue, Fifth Street, Seventh Street Extension, Seventh Street Extension, Harrison City Road, Harrison City-Jeannette Road, Harrison Avenue, College Avenue, Clopper Street (westbound), Pittsburgh Street (eastbound), Otterman Street (westbound), Humphrey Road, and Main Street
SR Designations: 0130
4001:  Greensburg (eastbound)
0119:  Greensburg
Counties: Allegheny and Westmoreland
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: PA 993:  Harrison City
Business PA 66:  Greensburg
US 119:  Greensburg
PA 819:  Greensburg
PA 981:  Pleasant Unity
PA 982:  Lycippus
Former Designations: PA 993  (1928 - 1932):  Greensburg to Turtle Creek
PA 180  (1928 - 1936):  PA 380 to Turtle Creek
PA 186  (1936 - 1941):  PA 380 to Turtle Creek
PA 180  (1941 - 1961):  PA 380 to Turtle Creek
PA 180  (1936 - 1961):  Turtle Creek to PA 381
Green Belt Belt System: PA 8 to Sandy Creek Road
Yellow Belt Belt System: Thompson Street to Patton Street
Washington's Trail Washington's Trail: Pitcairn to Turtle Creek
History: Signed in 1961.  In 1971, the Tri-Boro Expressway was completed from Turtle Creek to Pitcairn.  In 1998, the eastbound designation was changed to follow College Avenue and Bell Way in Greensburg.

With time beginning to take its toll on the Turtle Creek Bridge, a replacement project began in April 2012.  The original bridge, which was built in 1964, had become deficient and had posted weight restrictions.  Work began with demolition of that span and then construction of the new Trafford Veterans Memorial Bridge, which features a wider concrete deck and eight teardrop lamp posts, started which includes a more open intersection at PA 993 with Trafford's first traffic signal.  The $11 million project concluded one month early on October 26, 2013 with a dedication; a parade with active military and veterans, the Penn Trafford High School Marching Band, Color Guard, and Cheerleaders; and a ribbon cutting ceremony.

Links: Tri-Boro Expressway (Cancelled)
Allegheny River Boulevard - Adam Prince
PA 130 Junction List
- Tim Reichard
PA 130 Pictures (Westmoreland County) - Doug Lowmaster
Terminus of PA 130 - Adam Prince

PA 131 Southern Terminus: PA 31 in New Buena Vista.
Northern Terminus: US 30 three miles west of Schellsburg.
Length: 3 miles
Name: Buffalo Road
County: Bedford
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1928 and in 1932 the entire route was paved.

PA 132 Western Terminus: PA 611 in Neshaminy.
Eastern Terminus: I-95 at Exit 37 in Eddington.
Length: 15 miles
National Highway System: Entire length
Name: Street Road
SR Designation: SR 0132
County: Bucks
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: None
History: Signed in 1928.  The 1960s saw improvements along the corridor in the form of widening and median installation.    It began in 1961 with the section from Neshaminy to PA 263 seeing improvements, US 1 to US 13 in 1966, PA 213 to Trevose in 1968.  Work began in 1969 between PA 263 and PA 213 and wrapped up in 1970.

A median was installed on the remaining section from US 13 to Interstate 95 in 1971, thus making PA 132 a four lane, divided highway for its entire length.

Links: PA 132 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 132 - Adam Prince

PA 133 Southern Terminus: US 209 in Port Carbon.
Northern Terminus: US 122 in Saint Clair.
Length: 2 miles
Names: Market Street and Second Street
County: Schuylkill
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1928.

PA 134 Southern Terminus: Maryland state line three miles south of Barlow.
Northern Terminus: Business US 15 in Gettysburg.
Length: 7 miles
National Highway System: None
Name: Taneytown Road
SR Designation: SR 0134
County: Adams
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1930, the route was paved from the Maryland state line to Round Top.
Links: PA 134 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 134 - Adam Prince

PA 135 Southern Terminus: US 22/US 322 in Thompsontown.
Northern Terminus: PA 35 one mile north of Cocolamus.
Length: 7 miles
Name: None
County: Juniata
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1935, the section from US 22/US 322 to Shellenberger Road was paved.  In 1938, the section from Shellenberger Road to PA 35 was paved.

PA 136 Western Terminus: US 40 in Washington.
Eastern Terminus: US 30 in Greensburg.
Length: 40 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Beau Street, Main Street, Dry Run Road, Monongahela Bridge Road, Rainbow Run Road, West Newton Road, Elizabeth Road, Hermine Road, Greensburg Road, and West Newton Street
SR Designations: SR 0136
SR 0088:  Monongahela
Counties: Washington, Allegheny, and Westmoreland
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: PA 88:  Monongahela
PA 837:  Monongahela
Former Designations: PA 31 (1927 -1964):  Washington to Monongahela
PA 61 (1927 - 1928):  West Newton to Greensburg
PA 31 (1928 - 1964):  Monongahela to West Newton
PA 71 (1928 - 1964):  West Newton to Greensburg
BicyclePA Route S BicyclePA Route: Monongahela to West Newton
History: Originally signed on Saint Augustine Road and Fiske Road between PA 36 and PA 53 in Cambria County from 1928 to 1946.  The route was completely paved in 1932.

Signed on its current alignment in 1964.

Deterioration reared its ugly head on the West Newton Bridge, which spans the Youghiogheny River in the borough, during a $1.2 million renovation project.  On June 22, 2010, as crews were working on the span, pieces began falling and so PennDOT immediately shut down the span and held an emergency meeting the following day on further action to take.  "What they'll do now is they'll do a full inspection of the bridge.  We'll get our engineers down there and find out exactly to what extent this deterioration is, how we can repair it.  Try to make the repairs and get the bridge open," said Jay Ofsanik of PennDOT.  The original rehabilitation project was to end in September 2010.  The span reopened to traffic on July 15 after the emergency repairs were completed.

Links: PA 136 Junction List - Tim Reichard
PA 136 Pictures (Westmoreland County) - Doug Lowmaster
Terminus of PA 136 - Adam Prince

PA 137 Southern Terminus: PA 37 in Greeley.
Northern Terminus: New York State Line across the Delaware River in Shohola.
Length: 7 miles
Name: Shohola Road
County: Pike
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: PA 37
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1930, the route was paved from Greeley to Knealing Road.  In 1932, the route was paved from Knealing Road to Shohola.

PA 138 Western Terminus: PA 8 three miles north of Unionville.
Eastern Terminus: PA 38 in North Washington.
Length: 10 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: West Sunbury Road and Main Street
SR Designation: SR 0138
County: Butler
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: PA 308:  West Sunbury
Former Designations: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the section between West Sunbury to North Washington was paved.  In 1935, the section from PA 8 to Euclid was paved.  In 1953, the section from Euclid to West Sunbury was paved.  In 1967, the section from PA 8 to Euclid was paved.
Links: PA 138 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 138 - Adam Prince

PA 139 Southern Terminus: US 11 in West Nanticoke.
Northern Terminus: PA 29 in Silkworth.
Length: 8 miles
Name: None
County: Luzerne
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: PA 29
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the route was paved from the Plymouth Township line to PA 415.

PA 140

NEVER ASSIGNED

PA 141 Southern Terminus: PA 441 in Marietta.
Northern Terminus: PA 230 in Mount Joy.
Length: 4 miles
Name: Marietta Pike
County: Lancaster
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1984
Replaced By: PA 772
History: Signed in 1928 and in 1930 the entire route was paved.

PA 142 Southern Terminus: US 122 in Frackville.
Northern Terminus: PA 44 in Zions Grove.
Length: 14 miles
Names: None
County: Schuylkill
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: PA 924:  Frackville to Shenandoah Heights
History: Signed in 1928 and in 1932 the entire route was paved.

PA 143 Southern Terminus: PA 662 one mile north of Moselem Springs.
Northern Terminus: PA 309 near New Tripoli.
Length: 21 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Hard Hill Road, Kings Highway, Main Street, and Willow Street
SR Designation: SR 0143
Counties: Berks and Lehigh
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the section from Lenhartsville to Kempton was paved.  In 1962, the southern terminus was moved to PA 662 from US 22 in Lenhartsville.

In 1998, the former bridge spanning Maiden and Saucony creeks near Virginville was closed by PennDOT due to it being deemed structurally unsafe.   Traffic was moved to a temporary, one-lane span which was constructed next to the old span.  Construction on a 182-foot-long, $2.2 million new bridge began in May 2010 and was completed in October 2010.

Links: PA 143 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 143 - Adam Prince

PA 144 Southern Terminus: US 322 in Potters Mills.
Northern Terminus: US 6 in Galeton.
Length: 102 miles
National Highway System: Potters Mills to PA 26
Milesburg to Wingate
Names: Halls Run Road, Centre Hall Mountain Road, Pennsylvania Avenue, Main Street, Spring Street, Allegheny Street, Linn Street, Turnpike Street, Snow Shoe Mountain Road, Sycamore Road, Sycamore Street, Elm Road, Spruce Road, Ridge Road, Renovo Road, Fourth Street, One Forty Forth Street, Cross Fork Road, Oleona Road, Carter Camp Road, Germania Road, Branch Road, Fifth Street, and Bridge Street
SR Designations: SR 0144
SR 0120:  Renovo
SR 0044:  Oleona to Carter Camp
Counties: Centre, Clinton, and Potter
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: PA 550:  Bellefonte
PA 150:  Bellefonte to Milesburg
Alternate US 220:  Milesburg to Wingate
PA 120:  Renovo
PA 44:  Oleona to Carter Camp
Former Designations: PA 64:  (1927 - 1928):  Bellefonte to Wingate
PA 364  (1928 - 1930):  State Camp to Renovo
PA 879  (1928 - 1935):  Moshannon to PA 879
PA 53  (1928 - 1967):  Potters Mills to Moshannon
US 220  (1926 - 1946):  Bellefonte to Milesburg
PA 873  (1928 - 1935):  Renovo to Cross Fork
BicyclePA Route V BicyclePA Route: Bellefonte to Moshannon
Pennsylvania Byway Pennsylvania Byway: State Game Land 100 to PA 120
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1932, the route was paved from Carter Camp to Germania.  In 1934, the section from Germania to Galeton was under construction and opened in 1935.  Also that year. the southern terminus was moved from Carter Camp to Moshannon.  In 1936, the section from Sproul State Forest to the Clinton County line and in Sproul State Forest was improved.  In 1938, the sections north and south of Cross Fork was improved.

In 1940, the section from the south end of Sproul State Forest to the Clinton County line, in Sproul State Forest, Clinton County line to just north of Cross Fork was paved.

In 1967, the southern terminus was moved from Moshannon to Potters Mills.  A median was installed in 1969 from Alternate US 220 to Milesburg.

Links: High Plateau Scenic Byway - Pennsylvania Byways
PA 144 Junction List
- Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 144 - Adam Prince

PA 145 Southern Terminus: I-78 at Exit 60 at PA 309 in Lanark.
Northern Terminus: PA 248 in Weiders Crossing.
Length: 21 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Riverview Drive, Pike Avenue, Fourth Street, Susquehanna Street, Auburn Street, Lehigh Street, Seventh Street, MacAurthur Road, and Best Avenue
SR Designation: SR 0145
Counties: Lehigh and Northampton
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: US 309  (1926 - 1959):  Summit Lawn to Tilghman Street
PA 329  (1928 - 1946):  Tilghman Street to Northampton
PA 32  (1927 - 1928):  Tilghman Street to Northampton
History: Signed in 1928.  Southern terminus was moved from PA 987 in Franks Corner to Tilghman Street in Allentown in 1946.

Widening and median installation work began on the section from US 22 to Laurys Station in 1970 which was completed two years later.

In 1987, the southern terminus was moved from US 22 in Allentown to its current location.

Improvements to the US 22 interchange in Lehigh County began in May 2012.  The cloverleaf interchange was reconfigured into a diamond to better facilitate merging onto the expressway, traffic signals would be installed at the ramps, and a wider and taller bridge for PA 145 would be built.  The $13.8 million project will be completed in 2014.  Project website:  http://www.145-22int.com.

Links: PA 145 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 145 - Adam Prince

PA 146 Western Terminus: US 6 in Marvindale.
Eastern Terminus: PA 46 one mile south of Colegrove.
Length: 10 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: None
SR Designation: SR 0146
County: McKean
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: None
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1930, the route was paved from Marvindale to Clermont.  In 1932, the route was paved from Clermont to PA 46.
Links: PA 146 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 146 - Adam Prince

PA 147 Southern Terminus: US 22/US 322 two miles south of Inglenook.
Northern Terminus: I-80 at Exit 212A one mile north of Milton.
Length: 57 miles
National Highway System: Sunbury
Names: South River Road, Peters Mountain Road, Fourth Street, Second Street, North River Road, Market Street, George Street, Center Street, Main Street, Front Street, Bridge Avenue, and Duke Street
SR Designations: SR 0147
SR 0011:  Northumberland
Counties: Dauphin and Northumberland
Expressway: Chillisquaque to I-80
Multiplexed Routes: PA 225:  Shoop Road to Halifax
PA 61:  Sunbury
US 11:  Northumberland
Former Designations: PA 4  (1925 - 1930):  Northumberland to Chillisquaque
US 120  (1926 - 1935):  Sunbury to Northumberland
US 711  (1926 - 1928):  Northumberland to Chillisquaque
US 111  (1926 - 1936):  Northumberland to Chillisquaque
US 209  (1926 - 1936):  Clarks Ferry to Millersburg
PA 14  (1928 - 1936):  Millersburg to Chillisquaque
US 15  (1936 - 1941):  US 22/US 322 to Chillisquaque
US 122  (1935 - 1963):  Sunbury to Northumberland
PA 14  (1941 - 1963):  US 22/US 322 to Chillisquaque
BicyclePA Route J BicyclePA Route: US 11 to PA 405
History: Originally signed on the current PA 247 alignment from Montdale to Dundaff from 1928 until 1946 in Lackawanna County.  In 1929, the section from Mondale to the Susquehanna County line was paved.  In 1935, the section from the Lackawanna County line to Dundaff was paved.

Signed in current location in 1963.

Construction began on the expressway in 1969, from PA 642 to south of Muncy.  In 1970, work extended from Chillisquaque to PA 642.  In 1971, the sections from PA 642 to the McEwensville interchange and from PA 54 to the Main Street interchange opened to traffic. Only the latter section received the 147 designation.  Also in 1971, construction began on the section from the Main Street interchange to US 220.  In 1972, the sections from Chillisquaque to PA 642 and from the McEwensville interchange to PA 54 opened, and with that, the designation moved onto the expressway.  In 1974, the rest of the expressway opened to US 220 and the new northern terminus became the interchange at US 220. 

In 1984, the northern terminus was moved to its current location.  In 2002, work to build the northbound lanes between Chillisquaque and PA 642 began and concluded in Fall 2004.

Links: Exit Guide
PA 147 Pictures
The PA 147 Corridor - Tim Reichard
PA 147 Expressway - Alex Nitzman
PA 147 Interchange Browser - Tim Reichard
PA 147 Junction List - Tim Reichard
PA 147 Pictures - Steve Alpert
Terminus of PA 147 - Adam Prince

PA 148 Southern Terminus: PA 48 in Versailles.
Northern Terminus: US 30 in East McKeesport.
Length: 6 miles
National Highway System: None
Names: Walnut Street, Lysle Boulevard, and Fifth Avenue
SR Designation: SR 0148
County: Allegheny
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: PA 881  (1928 - 1946):  Eden Park Boulevard to Long Run Road and Hartman Street to Westinghouse Avenue
PA 991  (1928 - 1946):  Westinghouse Avenue to US 30
Yellow Belt Belt System: Truck PA 148 to Fifth Avenue
Washington's Trail Washington's Trail: Entire length
History: Signed in 1928.  Until 1946, the designation was marked on the current PA 48 alignment between Lincoln Way and US 30.  In 1930, the route was paved from Lincoln Way to US 30.

Signed in the current location in 1950.  In 1955, the northbound traffic was moved to Ninth Avenue and Market Street, while southbound traffic used Walnut Street.

In 1976, the route was changed to its present direction in McKeesport.  Prior to that, the route was split with splitting at Ninth Avenue, and continuing north on Market Street and turning onto Lysle Boulevard.  Southbound used the current route on Walnut Street.

In 1988, rehabilitation began on Lysle Boulevard in McKeesport from the McKeesport-Duquesne Bridge to the Fifth Avenue Bridge.  The work comprised of rebuilding the roadway and sidewalks, and replacing the traffic signals and street lights.  Construction was completed in late 1988.

Links: PA 148 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 148 - Adam Prince

Truck
PA 148
Southern Terminus: PA 148 at 13th Street in McKeesport.
Northern Terminus: PA 148 at Walnut Street in McKeesport.
Length: 1 mile
National Highway System: None
Names: 13th Street, Market Street, and Lysle Boulevard
SR Designation: SR 2094:  Walnut Street to Market Street
County: Allegheny
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designation: PA 148  (1955 - 1976):  Walnut Street to Ninth Avenue
Yellow Belt Belt System: West Fifth Avenue to PA 148
History: Signed in 1976.  There was some contention as to if this route existed or not.  I had never seen any route assemblies in all the times I had been through McKeesport even though PennDOT has indicated it on the official state highway and Allegheny County maps.  That was until April 7, 2006 when I saw trailblazers at the Lysle Boulevard/Market Street intersection.

The original southern terminus was PA 148 at the 15th Street Bridge, but in the late 1980s when the bridge was rehabilitated, the ramp that carried Truck PA 148 to the intersection was demolished.

Links: Terminus of Truck PA 148 - Adam Prince
Truck PA 148 Junction List - Tim Reichard

PA 149 Southern Terminus: PA 49 in Knoxville.
Northern Terminus: New York state line one mile north of Austinburg.
Length: 4 miles
Name: None
County: Tioga
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: PA 249
History: Signed in 1928.

PA 150 Southern Terminus: PA 26 in Dale Summit.
Northern Terminus: US 220 in Avis.
Length: 39 miles
National Highway System: Milesburg to I-80 at Exit 158
Names: Benner Pike, Main Street, Willowbank Street, Water Street, Bald Eagle Valley Road, High Street, Bellefonte Avenue, Church Street, and Woodward Avenue
SR Designations: SR 0150
SR 0144:  Bellefonte to Milesburg
Counties: Centre and Clinton
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: PA 550:  Bush Addition to Bellefonte
PA 144:  Bellefonte to Milesburg
Alternate US 220:  Milesburg to I-80 at Exit 158
Former Designations: US 220  (1926 - 1946):  Bellefonte to Milesburg
PA 53  (1928 - 1967):  Bellefonte to Milesburg
PA 26  (1963 - 1973):  Dale Summit to Bellefonte
PA 44  (1927 - 1928):  Dale Summit to Bellefonte/Mill Hall to Avis
PA 64  (1927 - 1946):  Milesburg to Lusk Run Road
PA 64  (1927 - 1932):  Lusk Run Road to Mill Hall
PA 545  (1941 - 1963):  Dale Summit to Bellefonte
US 220  (1946 - 1978):  Blanchard to Avis
US 220  (1968 - 1978):  PA 26 to Blanchard
US 220  (1969 - 1978):  Milesburg to PA 26
BicyclePA Route G BicyclePA Route: PA 64 to Avis Road
BicyclePA Route V BicyclePA Route: Bellefonte to Milesburg
History: Signed in 1928.  In 1930, the route was paved from Hublersburg to Howard.

A median was installed in 1969 from Alternate US 220 to Milesburg.

The designation was extended northward in 1978 to replace US 220 after its new expressway alignment opened.  In 1979, the southern terminus was moved to its current location from Hublersburg.

Links: PA 150 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of PA 150 - Adam Prince

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Page updated January 06, 2014.
Content and graphics copyright Jeffrey J. Kitsko. All rights reserved.
Banner sign courtesy of Richard C. Moeur.
Belt System and Washington's Trail shields courtesy of Bruce Cridlebaugh.
Information courtesy of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Rand McNally, AAA, WPXI-TV Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Reading Eagle, Washington Observer, Shamokin News Item, Adam Prince, and Tim Reichard.