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Pine Creek Rail Trail - Route
... Route 6 and Pennsylvania Route 287, about 3 miles (4.8 km) north of Wellsboro ... The trail parallels Route 6 in a southwesterly direction for about 6 miles (9.7 km) until it reaches the village of Ansonia ... It parallels Pennsylvania Route 414 for about 25 miles (40 km) ...
Pennsylvania Route 982 - Route Description
... Pennsylvania Route 982 begins at U.S ... Route 119 near Moyer ... Fayette and Westmoreland counties, meeting Pennsylvania Route 31 and crossing the Pennsylvania Turnpike without access ...
Pennsylvania Route 981
... Pennsylvania Route 981 is a state highway which runs 50.4 miles (81.1 km) across Westmoreland County, in southwestern Pennsylvania ... The highway begins at Pennsylvania Route 51 in Rostraver Township, Pennsylvania, and runs northward across Westmoreland County, passing through the towns of Mount ...
Pennsylvania Route 646 - Route Description - Rew To Bells Camp
... Route 646, after crossing out of Rew, enters the dense woodlands once again, where yet another pipeline is crossed ... In Summit, Route 646 is partially developed, with most of the population situated at the intersection of Route 646 with Pennsylvania Route 246 ... The route intersects with a Schimp Lane, a local road, before turning to the north and out of Summit ...
List Of Unused Highways In Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania - Pittsburgh
... of Civic Arena, exists in the Interstate 579 and Pennsylvania Route 380/Bigelow Boulevard interchange ... were to connect to the unbuilt Oakland Crosstown Freeway which was canceled by Pennsylvania Department of Transportation in the mid-1970s ... It was to have run from Pennsylvania Route 60 north to Pennsylvania Route 51 but was only completed between Roswell Drive and Beechnut Drive ...

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