US 230
Auxiliary Routes

US 230

Western Terminus: US 230 in Harrisburg.
Easter Terminus: US 230 in Highspire.
Length: 10 miles
Names: Eisenhower Boulevard, Walnut Street, Herr Street, and Arsenal Boulevard
County: Dauphin
Expressway: US 322 to US 22
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1961
Replaced By:
PA 283:  Highspire to Exit 46A of I-83
I-83:  Exit 46A to US 22
History: Signed in 1952 from the intersection of US 230 at Paxton Street, along Paxton Street to Eisenhower Boulevard which returned it to its parent route in Highspire.  In 1954, the route changed with the opening of what would become I-83 between US 22 and Paxton Street.  The new alignment followed Arsenal Boulevard, Herr Street, Walnut Street then onto the expressway back to Eisenhower Boulevard.
Links: US 230
PA 283
Interstate 83

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