Some mile markers near Harrisburg, PA show mileages that don't immediately make sense.
For years, green mile markers have been posted along the US 22/US 322 freeway north of Harrisburg between I-81 and PA 443 or so. They show a US 22 shield, have mileages around 198-200, and are posted every tenth mile.
More recently, new mile markers have been posted along the same stretch of highway, using US 322 instead of US 22. They are staggered with the US 22 mile markers, appearing one at a time and not in pairs. Yet the mileages between both sets of mile markers line up, e.g., the 198.8 mile marker for one route is followed by the 198.8 mile marker for the other. That seems like an unlikely coincidence.
Checking mileages with Google Maps, US 22 travels ~239 miles from the WV border to the PA 39 interchange, where the mile markers are around mile 199 or 200. That doesn't match. US 322 travels about 260 miles from the OH border to the PA 39 interchange. That doesn't match either.
So the question is: Where is the mile 0 that corresponds to these distance measurements for US 22 and US 322?