Pennsylvania Highways
Washington's Trail

Washington's Trail Southern Terminus: Maryland state line three miles east of Addison.
Northern Terminus: Fort LeBoeuf in Waterford.
Length: 311 miles
Counties: Somerset, Fayette, Westmoreland, Allegheny, Beaver, Butler, Venango, Mercer, Crawford, and Erie
US 40:  Maryland state line to Uniontown
US 119:  Uniontown to New Stanton
SR 3091:  US 119 to I-76/PA Turnpike
I-76/PA Turnpike:  New Stanton to Irwin
US 30:  Irwin to PA 48
PA 48:  US 30 to Pitcairn
PA 130:  Pitcairn to Turtle Creek
Braddock Avenue:  Turtle Creek to PA 8
PA 8:  Braddock Avenue to PA 380
PA 380:  PA 8 to Penn Avenue
Penn Avenue:  PA 380 to Commonwealth Place
Commonwealth Place:  Penn Avenue to I-279
I-279:  Commonwealth Place to PA 65
PA 65:  I-279 to US 19
US 19/PA 65:  West End Bridge to PA 65
PA 65:  US 19 to SR 2008
SR 2008:  PA 65 to PA 989
PA 989:  SR 2008 to PA 68
PA 68:  PA 989 to Harmony
Mercer Road:  Harmony to US 19
US 19:  Mercer Road to Portersville
West Park Road:  Portersville to US 422
US 422:  West Park Road to PA 528
PA 528:  US 422 to PA 8
PA 8:  PA 528 to PA 173
PA 173:  PA 8 to Slippery Rock
PA 108:  Slippery Rock to PA 8
PA 8:  PA 108 to Wesley
Old Route 8:  Wesley to PA 8
PA 8:  Old Route 8 to Franklin
US 322:  Franklin to Meadville
Linden Street:  US 322 to Park Avenue
Park Avenue:  Linden Street to Randolph Avenue
Randolph Avenue:  Park Avenue to Terrace Street
Terrace Street:  Randolph Avenue to Reynolds Avenue
Reynolds Avenue:  Terrace Street to US 6/US 19
US 6/US 19:  Meadville to US 6N
US 19:  US 6N to Fort LeBoeuf
Spur: PA 528:  Prospect to Evans City
PA 68:  Evans City to George Washington monument
PA 68:  George Washington monument to Evans City
PA 528:  Evans City to US 19
US 19:  PA 528 to PA 910
PA 910:  US 19 to PA 8
PA 8:  PA 910 to Wilkinsburg
US 30:  PA 8 to East McKeesport
PA 148:  East McKeesport to PA 48
PA 48:  PA 148 to US 30
US 30:  PA 48 to PA Turnpike 66
PA Turnpike 66:  US 30 to US 119
History: Signed in 2003 as a historic auto tour that follows General George Washington's path through Western Pennsylvania during the French and Indian War.
Links: Washington's Trail - French and Indian War Commemoration

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Page updated December 04, 2005.
Content and graphics, unless otherwise noted, copyright Jeffrey J. Kitsko. All rights reserved.
Washington's Trail shield courtesy of Bruce Cridlebaugh.