|Southern Terminus:||I-83/US 111 two miles south of South George Street|
|Northern Terminus:||I-83/US 111 one-half mile north of North York|
|Names:||South George Street, North George Street, East Jackson Street (northbound), South Duke Street (northbound), North Duke Street (northbound), and East North Street (northbound)|
|Multiplexed Route:||PA 24: East Philadelphia Street to Interstate 83 (northbound) and Interstate 83 to East Market Street (southbound)|
|Expressway:||I-83/US 111 to South George Street|
||PA 4 (1925 - 1928): Maryland state line to West 11th Avenue in North York
PA 14 (1927 - 1928) West 11th Avenue to Interstate 83
PA 24 (1928 - 1958) West 11th Avenue to Interstate 83
US 111 (1928 - 1960) South George Street to West 11th Avenue
US 111 (1957 - 1960) West 11th Avenue to Interstate 83
|Replaced By:||Interstate Business Loop 83|
The first segment of this route was signed in 1959 on the Susquehanna Trail between the Maryland state line and US 111 just south of Country Club Road south of York. It was signed to replace the US 111 designation which was moved onto the newly completed Harrisburg-York-Baltimore Expressway.
In 1960, the route was decommissioned on its original alignment and instead extended to Interstate 83/US 111 north of North York. It was also extended south to Interstate 83/US 111 over the section of expressway that was built between 1957 and 1959 as US 111 had been moved out of York and placed on the newly completed bypass around the city. A year later, the route was decommissioned and replaced with the current Interstate Business Loop 83 designation.
|Links:||US 111 (Decommissioned)
Interstate Business Loop 83