Interstate 70 East - Breezewood to Maryland

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Interstate 70 East U.S. 30 West
I-70 east separates from the Pennsylvania Turnpike onto U.S. 30 (Lincoln Highway) through Breezewood. 0.3 miles long, the commercialized stretch with U.S. 30 (Main Street) links the trumpet interchange from I-70 with the continuation of I-70 south toward Hancock, Maryland. 08/07/04
Two large truck stops accompany a number of other travel amenities along the I-70/U.S. 30 overlap through Breezewood. A traffic light with Breezewood Road north precedes turn of Interstate 70 east toward Maryland. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 East
Button copy distance sign that was posted on Interstate 70 south of U.S. 30 (Lincoln Highway) and the community of Breezewood. I-70 continues southward to the Maryland state line near Warfordsburg. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 eastbound reassurance shield posted just beyond Breezewood. 08/07/04
Another original guide sign remained in use along Interstate 70 east for Exit 149 and South Breezewood. A greenout for Exit 149 was added in 2001. 08/07/04
Located between South Breezewood and Lighthouse Roads, the diamond interchange at Exit 149 is signed for South Breezewood. South Breezewood Road parallels the freeway from Breezewood to Crystal Springs. 08/07/04
PA 915 (Crystal Springs Road) intersects S Breezewood Road adjacent to the forthcoming parclo interchange (Exit 151) with Interstate 70. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 eastbound crosses Rays Hill into Fulton County ahead of Exit 151. PA 915 travels 6.6 miles north from Crystal Spring through Akersville to U.S. 30 and Buchanan State Forest. PA 915 ends at S Breezewood Road, with a local roadway continuing from there to Exit 156. 08/07/04
Distance sign for the next Interstate 70 exit, Baltimore and Washington via I-270 east from Frederick, Maryland. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 climbs toward Town Hill along the north slope of Emmaville Mountain ahead of Exit 156 for PA 643. 08/07/04
PA 643 begins at Interstate 70 from Exit 156 at Town Hill. The state route travels southward 2.3 miles to Flickerville and concludes in 7.4 miles at Dott and U.S. 522. 08/07/04
A sharp ramp departs at Exit 156 for PA 643. Old PA 126 stems south from PA 915 at Exit 151 to become PA 643 at this exchange. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 lines Town Hill initially before turning east toward a crossing of Sideling Hill in southwest Fulton County. 08/07/04
Exit 163 represents the north end of PA 731. The 4.7 mile long highway links Interstate 70 with Amaranth and Buck Valley to the southwest. 08/07/04
A parclo interchange links Interstate 70 with PA 731 at Exit 163 in one mile. 08/07/04
Exit 163 departs I-70 east for PA 731 south to Barnes Gap and Piney Grove, Maryland via connections with PA 484 and PA 26. A pair of local roadways tie into this exchange from State Game Lands Number 128. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 passes through Deneen Gap across Sideling Hill beyond the Mill Hill Road overpass toward Warfordsburg. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 passes through the community of Warfordsburg at the upcoming parclo interchange (Exit 168) with U.S. 522 (Great Cove Road). 08/07/04
U.S. 522 southbound joins Interstate 70 for 3.7 miles between Warfordsburg and Hancock, Maryland. The previous U.S. 522 alignment parallels along Buck Valley Road (SR 3001) and Warfordsburg Road in Washington County, Maryland. 08/07/04
U.S. 522 winds northward eight miles from Exit 168 to the community of Needmore and 15 miles to Big Cove Tannery. 08/07/04
Exit 168 departs I-70 east for U.S. 522 (Great Cove Road) north. PA 484 (Buck Valley Road) enters the exchange from the northwest. PA 484 travels 3.3 miles west of Warfordsburg to Stonybreak. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 east / U.S. 522 south reassurance shields replaced by 2009. U.S. 522 merges onto the freeway from a loop ramp, 2.7 miles from the Maryland border. 08/07/04
Interstate 70 East U.S. 522 South
Intestate 70 east / U.S. 522 proceed three miles south to their split at Hancock, Maryland. I-70 turns east from there to Hagerstown and Frederick. 06/24/12
All signs for Exit 1A were replaced to use Clearview font by 2012. Exit 1A departs from I-70/U.S. 522 just south of the Maryland state line in Washington County. 06/24/12
U.S. 522 separates from Interstate 70 at Left Exit 1B to Hancock, Maryland. 06/24/12
U.S. 522 crosses the Potomac River into Morgan County, West Virginia, 1.4 miles south of the three-wye interchange (Exit 1B) with I-70/U.S. 40. 06/24/12
Buck Valley Road (old U.S. 522) passes over I-70/U.S. 522 a half mile from Exit 1A. I-68/U.S. 40 follow the National Freeway 38 miles west to Cumberland in the high country of Maryland. 06/24/12


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08/07/04, 06/24/12 by AARoads

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Page Updated 02-04-2013.

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