US 220
Auxiliary Routes


Alternate
US 220
Southern Terminus: US 220/I-99 at Exit 61 in Port Matilda
Northern Terminus: US 220/I-80 at Exit 161 in Bellefonte
Length: 22.80 miles
National Highway System: Entire length
Names:

Plank Road Street, Bald Eagle Valley Road, Z. H. Confair Memorial Highway, and Keystone Shortway

SR Designations:
3042: US 220/I-99 to Port Matilda
3040:  Port Matilda to Unionville
0504:  Unionville to Wingate
0144:  Wingate to Milesburg
0150:  Milesburg to I-80
0080:  Exit 158 to Exit 161
County: Centre
Expressway: Exit 158 to Exit 161 on I-80
Multiplexed Routes: PA 504:  Unionville to Wingate
PA 144:  Wingate to Milesburg
PA 150:  Milesburg to I-80
I-80:  Exit 158 to Exit 161
Former Designations: US 220  (1926 - 2002):  Martha Furnace to PA 144/PA 150
US 220 North (1926 - 2007):  Port Matilda to Martha Furnace
US 220 South (1926 - 2008):  Port Matilda to Martha Furnace
PA 46 (1927 - 1928):  US 220/I-99 to Port Matilda
PA 64 (1927 - 1928):  US 220/I-99 to Port Matilda
PA 350 (1928 - 1933):  US 220/I-99 to Port Matilda
PA 64  (1927 - 1928):  US 220/I-99 to Wingate
PA 64  (1927 - 1946):  Wingate to I-80
US 322 East (1933 - 2007):  US 220/I-99 to Martha Furnace
US 322 West (1933 - 2008):  US 220/I-99 to Martha Furnace
US 220  (1969 - 2002):  PA 144/PA 150 to I-80
US 220  (1978 - 2002):  Exit 158 to Exit 161
BicyclePA Route V BicyclePA Route: Wingate to Milesburg
PennDOT
Traffic Camera:
PA 150
History: Signed on November 25, 2002 when the US 220 designation was moved to follow US 322 from Martha Furnace to State College and north to PA 26 and Interstate 80.  The southern terminus was moved in 2009 from the trumpet interchange in Martha Furnace to US 220/I-99 in Port Matilda.
Links: Alternate US 220 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of Alternate US 220 - Tim Reichard

Business
US 220
Southern Terminus: US 220 four miles south of Bedford Springs
Northern Terminus: US 220/I-99 at Exit 3 in Cessna
Length: 11.60 miles
National Highway System: I-70/I-76/PA Turnpike to US 220/I-99
Names:

South Richard Street and North Richard Street

SR Designations: 4009
0056:  Bedford County Airport to US 220/I-99
County: Bedford
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Route: PA 56:  Bedford County Airport to US 220/I-99
Former Designations: PA 64  (1927 - 1928)
US 220  (1926 - 1971):  US 220 to PA 56
US 220  (1970 - 1980):  PA 56 to US 220/I-99
BicyclePA Route G BicyclePA Route: PA 56 to SR 4009
PennDOT
Traffic Camera:
I-70/I-76/PA Turnpike
History: Signed in 1973.

PennDOT was one of several agencies that coordinated efforts to revitalize the Bedford Springs Resort and its grounds.  The Business US 220 alignment was changed from passing through the grounds to bypassing the resort entirely to the west on a new alignment which involved a massive rock cut.  The project began in 2006 and was finished in Summer 2007 at a cost of $11,523,266.

Due to intense summetime heat, one of the northbound lanes of Plank Road at the Interstate 99 interchange buckled on July 15, 2013.  PennDOT crews repaired the heave the following day.

Links: Business US 220 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of Business US 220 - Tim Reichard

BUS
US 220
Southern Terminus: US 220/I-99 at Exit 15 one mile south of Sproul.
Northern Terminus: PA 350 in Bald Eagle.
Length: 37 miles
National Highway System: Duncansville to Plank Road
Names: Old US 220, Bedford Street, Third Avenue, William Penn Highway, Plank Road, Pleasant Valley Boulevard, Valley View Boulevard, Washington Avenue, 10th Street, Pennsylvania Avenue, and Schellsburg Road
SR Designations: 3013:  US 220/I-99 to East Freedom and East Freedom to Duncansville
0164:  East Freedom
0022:  Duncansville to Plank Road
1001:  US 22 to Altoona; Pinecroft to Charlottesville
0764:  Altoona to Pinecroft
0036:  Logan Boulevard to Union Avenue in Altoona
4027:  Charlottesville to Tyrone and Tyrone to Bald Eagle
0453:  Tyrone
County: Blair
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: PA 164:  East Freedom to Exit 23 of US 220/I-99
US 22:  Duncansville to Plank Road
PA 764:  Wilson Avenue in Altoona to Pinecroft
PA 36:  Logan Boulevard to Union Avenue in Altoona
PA 453:  Tyrone
Former Designations: PA 3  (1925 - 1930):  Duncansville
PA 5  (1925 - 1930):  Tyrone to Bald Eagle
PA 64  (1927 - 1928)
PA 17  (1927 - 1928):  Duncansville
PA 36  (1928 - 1964):  US 22 to Logan Boulevard
US 220  (1926 - 1976):  Charlottesville to Bald Eagle
US 220  (1964 - 1986):  US 22 to Logan Boulevard
US 220  (1926 - 1986):  Newry Lane to Plank Road and Logan Boulevard to 17th Street
US 220  (1926 - 1988):  PA 164 to Newry Lane
US 220  (1926 - 1989):  US 220/I-99 to PA 164
US 220  (1926 - 1992):  17th Street to Charlottesville
BicyclePA Route G BicyclePA Route: SR 3013 to East Freedom 
PennDOT
Traffic Cameras:
US 22
Juniata Street
Convention Center Boulevard
Logan Boulevard
Frankstown Road
History: Signed in 1996 from Exit 31 to Exit 39 of US 220/I-99.  The northern terminus was moved from Exit 39 in Pinecroft to the intersection of US 220 and PA 350 in Bald Eagle in 1998.  In 2003, the southern terminus was moved from Exit 31 in Lakemont to Exit 15 south of Sproul.
Links: Business US 220 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of Business US 220 - Tim Reichard

Truck
US 220
Southern Terminus: US 220 at West Fourth Street in Williamsport.
Northern Terminus: US 220 at Campbell Street in Williamsport.
Length: 2 miles
Names: Cemetery Street, Park Avenue, and High Street
County: Lycoming
Expressway: None
Former Designations: PA 4  (1925 - 1930):  Park Avenue to Campbell Street
US 111  (1926 - 1936):  Park Avenue to Campbell Street
Decommissioned: 1956
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1955.

Truck
US 220
Southern Terminus: US 220 at West Fourth Street in Williamsport.
Northern Terminus: US 220 at Campbell Street in Williamsport.
Length: 2 miles
Names: Cemetery Street, Park Avenue, and High Street
County: Lycoming
Expressway: None
Former Designations: PA 4  (1925 - 1930):  Park Avenue to Campbell Street
US 111  (1926 - 1936):  Park Avenue to Campbell Street
Truck US 220  (1955 - 1956)
Decommissioned: 1971
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1958.

Truck
US 220
Southern Terminus: US 220 at East Fourth Street in Williamsport.
Northern Terminus: US 220 in Faxon.
Length: 2 miles
Names: Mulberry Street and Washington Boulevard
County: Lycoming
Expressway: None
Former Designations: PA 4  (1925 - 1930):  Mulberry Street to US 220
US 111  (1926 - 1936):  Mulberry Street to US 220
US 220  (1926 - 1976):  Mulberry Street to US 220
US 15  (1936 - 1941):  Mulberry Street to US 220
PA 14  (1941 - 1963):  Mulberry Street to US 220
US 220  (1975 - 1976):  East Fourth Street to Washington Boulevard
Decommissioned: 1980
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1977.

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