US 22
Auxiliary Routes

Alternate
US 22
Western Terminus: US 22 at Main Street in Bethlehem.
Eastern Terminus: US 22 at Butler Street in Wilson.
Length: 9 miles
Names: East Union Street, Linden Street, Goepp Street, Pembroke Road, Constitution Boulevard, and Freemansburg Avenue
County: Northampton
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1955
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1938. In 1941, the western terminus was moved from US 22 at the Main Street/Goepp Street intersection to US 22 at Main Street.

Alternate
US 22
Western Terminus: US 22 at the Easton interchange in Easton.
Eastern Entrance: New Jersey state line over the Easton-Phillipsburg Toll Bridge in Easton.
Length: 1 mile
Names: Third Street and Northampton Street
County: Northampton
Expressway: None
Former Designations:
PA 2  (1925 - 1930):  US 22 to Northampton Street
PA 3  (1925 - 1930):  Third Street to the New Jersey state line
US 22  (1926 - 1946):  Third Street to the New Jersey state line
Decommissioned: 1959
Replaced By: PA 45
History: Signed in 1946.  The western terminus was moved from US 22 at Prospect Avenue to US 22 at the Third Street interchange in 1955.

Business
US 22
Western Terminus: US 22/I-376 at Exit 10B in Churchill.
Eastern Terminus: US 22/I-376 at Exit 15 in Monroeville.
Length: 5 miles
National Highway
System:
None
Name: William Penn Highway
SR Designation: SR 2048
County: Allegheny
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designation: US 22  (1946 - 1962)
Yellow Belt Pittsburgh
Belt System:
PA 791 to Rodi Road
History: Signed in 1963 after the US 22 designation was moved to the Penn-Lincoln Parkway Extension.
Links: Business US 22 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of Business US 22 - Tim Reichard

Business
US 22
Western Terminus: US 22/US 522 two miles west of Lewistown.
Eastern Terminus: US 22/US 322 in Lewistown.
Length: 6 miles
National Highway
System:
None
Names: William Penn Highway, Fourth Street, and Juniata Street
SR Designation:
County: Mifflin
Expressway: None
Multiplexed Routes: None
Former Designations: PA 3  (1925 - 1930):  Main Street to US 22/US 322
US 22  (1926 - 2005):  US 22/US 522 to Market Street
US 522  (1927 - 2005):  US 22/US 522 to Charles Street
PA 19  (1926 - 1930):  US 22/US 522 to Market Street
PA 45  (1927 - 1928): 
US 22/US 522 to Market Street
PA 5  (1927 - 1930):  Main Street to US 22/US 322
PA 17  (1927 - 1930):  Main Street to US 22/US 322
US 322  (1936 - 1960):  Main Street to US 22/US 322
History: Signed on November 21, 2005 when the Northern Lewistown Bypass was opened.
Links: Business US 22 Junction List - Tim Reichard
Terminus of Business US 22 - Tim Reichard

By-Pass
US 22
Western Terminus: US 22 at Front Street in Harrisburg.
Eastern Entrance: US 22 at Walnut Street in Harrisburg.
Length: 3 miles
Names: Maclay Street, Arsenal Boulevard, and Herr Street
County: Dauphin
Expressway: None
Former Designations: US 22  (1935 - 1946):  Front Street to Cameron Street
US 230  (1935 - 1961):  Front Street to Cameron Street
Decommissioned: 1979
Replaced By: US 22
History: Signed in 1935.  In 1946, the western terminus was moved from Cameron Street to Front Street.  Construction began in 1974 to install a median from Cameron Street to Herr Street and finished in 1975.

By-Pass
US 22
Western Terminus: US 22 at Northampton Street in Easton.
Eastern Terminus: New Jersey state line over the Easton-Phillipsburg Toll Bridge in Easton.
Length: 1 mile
Names: Prospect Avenue, Pearl Street, and Bushkill Street
County: Northampton
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1946
Replaced By: US 22
History: Signed in 1938.

Temporary
US 22
Western Terminus: US 22 on the western side of the Fort Pitt Tunnel in Pittsburgh.
Eastern Terminus: US 22 at the Bates Street interchange of I-376 in Pittsburgh.
Length: 5 miles
Names: West End Bypass, West Carson Street, Fort Pitt Bridge, Fort Pitt Boulevard, Liberty Avenue, Boulevard of the Allies, and Bates Street
County: Allegheny
Expressway: Fort Pitt Boulevard to West Carson Street
Former Designations: PA 1  (1925 - 1930):  PA 60 to PA 837 and Fort Pitt Bridge to Forbes Avenue
PA 3  (1925 - 1930):  PA 60 to PA 837 and Fort Pitt Bridge to Forbes Avenue
US 22  (1926 - 1954):  PA 60 to PA 837 and Fort Pitt Bridge to Forbes Avenue
US 30  (1926 - 1954):  PA 60 to PA 837 and Fort Pitt Bridge to Forbes Avenue
Decommissioned: 1960
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1954 on the former route of US 30 through Pittsburgh.  The designation was signed to direct travelers from one end of the Penn-Lincoln Parkway to the next to provide a contiguous route.  The first change took place in 1959, when the route was changed to cross the Monongahela River on the newly completed Fort Pitt Bridge, as the Point Bridge was closed for demolition.  In 1960, when the Penn-Lincoln Parkway was completed the designation was decommissioned.

Links:
US 22

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