Route 179

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PA 179 branches 1.3 miles east from U.S. 202 (Lower York Road) in Solebury township to the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge crossing the Delaware River. PA 179 along Bridge Street in New Hope represents the western segment of an 8.8 mile long highway with New Jersey Route 179 to Ringoes. MSR 179 represents the pre-freeway alignment of U.S. 202.

Pennsylvania Route 179 South
MSR 179 (Bridge Street) intersects PA 32 (Main Street) just west of the New Hope-Lambertville Bridge. 10/03/04
PA 32 straddles the Delaware River south from New Hope to Washington Crossing, Yardley and Morrisville and north to Point Pleasant and PA 611 at Kintnersville. 10/03/04
PA 179 (Bridge Street) converges with U.S. 202 (Lower York Road) just outside the borough of New Hope. 10/03/04
Heading northeast, U.S. 202 north heads to Lambertville, Flemington, and Somerville, New Jersey. U.S. 202 continues southwest from New Hope to Buckingham and Doylestown. 10/03/04
U.S. 202 bypasses New Hope to the north, upgrading to a limited access highway from PA 32 across the New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge. 10/03/04

Photo Credits:

10/03/04 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 202
Route 179

Page Updated 01-16-2021.

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