US 219
Auxiliary Routes

Business
US 219
Southern Terminus: US 219 one-half mile south of Meyersdale
Northern Terminus: US 219 one and one-half miles north of Salisbury Junction
Length: 3.81 miles
Names: Mason-Dixon Highway, Beachley Street, Center Street, and Grant Street
National Highway System: None
SR Designations: 2047:  US 219 to SR 9101
9101:  SR 2047 to US 219
County: Somerset
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations:
PA 6 (1926 - 1930)
US 219 (1926 - 1999)
History: Signed in 1999 when the Meyersdale Bypass was completed.
Links: Business US 219 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of Business US 219 - Tim Reichard

Truck
US 219

Southern Terminus: US 219 one mile south of Ridgway
Northern Terminus: US 219 in Ridgway
Length: 3.25 miles
Names: Boot Jack Truck Lane, Saint Marys Road, Front Street, and Depot Street
National Highway System: Entire length
SR Designations: 2219:  US 219 to PA 120
0120:  PA 120 to US 219
County: Elk
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: PA 120:  PA 120 to US 219
Former Designations: US 120 (1926 - 1927):  PA 120 to US 219
PA 55 (1927 - 1928):  PA 120 to US 219
History: Construction began in 1987 on the section from US 219 to PA 120, to provide a truck-only highway to bypass the steep decent into Ridgway on US 219.  The one-way northbound highway opened in 1989; however, the designation was not signed until 1990.
Links: Terminus of Truck US 219 - Tim Reichard
Truck US 219 Junction List - Tim Reichard

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