US 611
Auxiliary Routes

US 611
Southern Terminus: US 422 at Chew Avenue in Philadelphia.
Northern Terminus: US 611 in Willow Grove.
Length: 7 miles
Names: Easton Road
County: Philadelphia and Montgomery
Expressway: None
Former Designations: None
Decommissioned: 1954
Replaced By: None
History: Signed in 1947.

US 611
Southern Terminus: US 611 in Portland.
Northern Terminus: US 611 in Tannersville.
Length: 17 miles
Names: Lackawanna Trail
Delaware Avenue, Foxtown Hill Road, Park Avenue, Main Street, North Ninth Street
County: Northampton and Monroe
Expressway: None
Former Designations:
PA 2  (1925 - 1930):  Portland to Delaware Water Gap; Stroudsburg to Tannersville
US 611  (1926 - 1954):  Portland to Delaware Water Gap
PA 32  (1927 - 1928):  PA 191 to Stroudsburg
PA 612  (1928 - 1933):  Delaware Water Gap to Stroudsburg
PA 302  (1928 - 1930):  PA 191 to Stroudsburg
US 611  (1933 - 1954):  Delaware Water Gap to Stroudsburg
US 611  (1926 - 1963):  Stroudsburg to Tannersville
Decommissioned: 1965
Replaced By: US 611
History: Signed in 1954 on the original US 611 alignment when its route was changed to cross the Delaware River into New Jersey and return to Pennsylvania over the Delaware Water Gap Toll Bridge.  In 1963, the northern terminus was moved from Delaware Water Gap to Tannersville because US 611's designation was placed on Interstate 80 to the current Exit 299.

US 611
PA 611

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