I-70/76 - Pennsylvania Turnpike East

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Interstate 70 Interstate 76 Pennsylvania Turnpike East
I-70/76 (Pennsylvania Turnpike) travel into southeastern Westmoreland County where they meet PA 31 (Chestnut Ridge Road) just west of PA 711 (Main Street) into the borough of Donegal. PA 711 leads northeast to U.S. 30 at Ligonier and southwest to U.S. 119 at Connellsville. PA 31 parallels I-70/76 east from Mount Pleasant to Somerset and U.S. 30 outside Bedford. 10/08/01
Eastbound I-70/76 pass through the Allegheny Tunnel northeast of Roxbury. This is one of four tunnels on the Pennsylvania Turnpike mainline. 10/08/01
The Pennsylvania Turnpike arcs northward from Manns Choice around Wills Mountain to Exit 146 with U.S. 220 Business in Bedford township. 10/08/01
Exit 146 departs I-70/76 east beyond the U.S. 220 freeway over crossing. U.S. 220 Business leads south into the borough of Bedford along Richard Street and north to an access road west to Interstate 99 north to Altoona and U.S. 220. 10/08/01
I-99/U.S. 220 overlap north to State College. U.S. 220 bypasses Bedford to the west, meeting the U.S. 30 bypass at a cloverleaf interchange, en route to I-68/U.S. 40 near Cumberland, Maryland. 10/08/01
I-70/76 continue southeast past Bedford to cross Evitts Mountain through The Narrows. 04/30/05
The Midway Service Plazas line both sides of the Pennsylvania Turnpike north of Bedford adjacent to Shed Road. 04/30/05
I-70/76 advance east into Providence township to their split at Exit 161 for U.S. 30 in Breezewood. 04/30/05
U.S. 30 takes a winding and narrow course east across Sidling Hill east beyond the Fulton County to McConnellsburg. 04/30/05
The Breezewood connection along I-70 utilizes a 1,553 foot section of U.S. 30 (Lincoln Highway) between ramps from Exit 161 and the separate freeway leading south to Hancock, Maryland. 10/08/01
U.S. 30 switches sides with the Pennsylvania Turnpike east of Breezewood over Rays Hill. 04/30/05
Lined with a number of traveler services, I-70/U.S. 30 through Breezewood requires motorists to navigate through two traffic signals to continue south toward Washington and Baltimore. 04/30/05
The access road taking Interstate 70 east from I-76 to U.S. 30 (Lincoln Highway) from Exit 161 is 2.2 miles long. Leading away from Breezewood, I-70 travels 129 miles to Baltimore, Maryland. 04/30/05


Photo Credits:

    10/08/01 by AARoads. 04/30/05 by AARoads and Corey Dukes.

Connect with:
Interstate 99
U.S. 30

Page Updated 01-12-2021.

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