US 119
Pictures


Northbound
At the Morgantown Road interchange where US 119 joins the Mon-Fayette
Expressway, and approaching the interchange with US 40 East.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Main Street interchange where US 40 leaves the multiplex to head west to
Brownsville.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the PA 51/Pittsburgh Street interchange where the Mon-Fayette Expressway will leave the alignment for Brownsville.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA 51/Pittsburgh Street interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the Rolling Hills Estate Road where PennDOT District 12-0
headquarters is located.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Crossing Jacobs Creek from Fayette County into Westmoreland County.
(Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA 819 interchange in Bessemer.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the Quarry Street Extension intersection.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA 31 interchange west of Mount Pleasant.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Old Stanton Road overpass, which was the original route of US 119.
(Jeff Kitsko)
Passing the SONY Technology Center in New Stanton, which is located to the left of
the picture.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Technology Drive interchange which accesses the SONY Technology Center,
which was a Volkswagen assembly plant from 1979 until 1988.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the PA Turnpike 66 interchange in New Stanton.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA Turnpike 66 cloverleaf in New Stanton, which until 1993 was a trumpet
interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Wayne Avenue interchange south of Indiana which is where the Business US
422 multiplex begins.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the US 422 cloverleaf where the PA 56 multiplex ends and the Truck PA 286
multiplex begins.  It is also the only place in Indiana County where two expressways
intersect.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the PA 286 connector.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA 286 connector which is where the Truck PA 286 multiplex ends.  It is also
the interchange used to access the Jimmy Stewart Airport named after Indiana's
most famous son.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the PA 110 interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA 110 interchange which marks the end of the Indiana Bypass.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Entering the "Weather Capital of the World," Punxsutawney, where the most famous
groundhog in the world lives.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the northern terminus south of DuBois.  (Jeff Kitsko)
The actual end of US 119 at US 219, where to the left it travels north to DuBois and
to the right south to Ebensburg.  (Jeff Kitsko)

Southbound
After the PA 110 interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA 286 connector and beginning of the Truck PA 286 multiplex.
(Jeff Kitsko)
After the PA 286 connector.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the US 422 cloverleaf where the Truck PA 286 multiplex ends and the Business
US 422 multiplex begins.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Wayne Avenue interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the on-ramp from Wayne Avenue and end of the Indiana Bypass.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA Turnpike underpass after the PA Turnpike 66 interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Technology Drive interchange for the SONY Technology Center.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the on-ramp from Technology Drive.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the PA 31 interchange and an older section of expressway as evident
in the narrowing of the median.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the Quarry Street Extension intersection.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the PA 819 interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Crossing Jacobs Creek from Westmoreland County into Fayette County.
(Jeff Kitsko)
At the Connellsville Street interchange.  Originally US 119 continued into Uniontown
on it before the bypass was built.  (Jeff Kitsko)
Approaching the Gallatin Avenue interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko) 
At the Gallatin Avenue interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko) 
At the PA 51/Pittsburgh Street interchange.  (Jeff Kitsko)
At the Main Street interchange where US 40 joins to form a multiplex.  This exit also
marks the western terminus of Business US 40.  (Jeff Kitsko)

Links:
US 119
US 40 Pictures


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Page updated January 14, 2006.
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