Great Lakes Seaway Trail and America's Byway markers Western Entrance: Ohio state line two and one-half miles west of West Springfield
Eastern Entrance: New York state line four miles east of Orchard Beach
Length: 46.70 miles
National Highway System:
West 6th Street to East Lake Road
Names: Ridge Road, West Lake Road, West 6th Street, Cherokee Drive, West Bayfront Parkway, East Bayfront Parkway, East 6th Street, and East Lake Road
Multiplexed Routes: US 20:  Ohio state line to PA 5
PA 5:  US 20 to Alternate PA 5 and Alternate PA 5 to the New York state line
Alternate PA 5:  PA 5 to West 6th Street; West 6th Street to Cranberry Street; East Bayfront Parkway to PA 5
SR 4034:  Cranberry Street to Alternate PA 5
Expressway: None
County: Erie
BicyclePA Route Z marker BicyclePA Route: Entire length
Lake Erie Circle Tour marker Great Lakes Circle Tour Ohio state line to West 6th Street
West 6th Street to the New York state line
US Bicycle Route 30 marker US Bicycle Route: Entire length
History:

Signed in 1978.  In that year, Seaway Trail, Inc. was created to promote the route as a tourist destination and to create regional economic development though the tourism that would be generated.

Bayfront Parkway was added to the route in 2004.

On September 22, 2005, the Seaway Trail became Pennsylvania's first designated National Scenic Byway.  Five years later, the name was changed from the Seaway Trail to the Great Lakes Seaway Trail.

Links: Great Lakes Seaway Trail - Seaway Trail, Inc.
Great Lakes Seaway Trail - Federal Highway Administration

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Great Lakes Seaway Trail/America's Byway markers
South Terminus: PA 832 in Erie
Northern Terminus: PA 832 in Erie
Length: 14.60 miles
National Highway System:
None
Names: Peninsula Drive, Fisher Drive, and Thompson Drive
Multiplexed Routes: PA 832:  West 6th Street to Presque Isle State Park
Expressway: None
County: Erie
History:

Signed in 1978.  In that year, Seaway Trail, Inc. was created to promote the route as a tourist destination and to create regional economic development though the tourism that would be generated.

On September 22, 2005, the Seaway Trail became Pennsylvania's first designated National Scenic Byway.  Five years later, the name was changed from the Seaway Trail to the Great Lakes Seaway Trail.

Links: Great Lakes Seaway Trail - Seaway Trail, Inc.
Great Lakes Seaway Trail - Federal Highway Administration