Traveling 30.1 miles, PA 340 mirrors the route of U.S. 30 east from Lancaster to Thorndale. The state route follows Old Philadelphia Pike through Lancaster County and Kings Highway through most of Chester County. Communities along the way include Smoketown, Bird in Hand, Intercourse, White Horse, Compass and Wagontown. The state route ends at PA 462 (Lincoln Highway) in Lancaster to the west and at U.S. 30 Business (Lincoln Highway) in Thornburg to the east.

Historically, PA 340 extended west from Lancaster along PA 23 (Marietta Avenue) to PA 441 at Marietta.

Pennsylvania Route 10 North Pennsylvania Route 340 West
PA 10 north and PA 340 combine for 0.10 miles along W Kings Highway. 06/24/12
PA 340 continues from PA 10 at Compass along Kings Highway and Old Philadelphia Pike to White Horse and Intercourse. PA 340 parallels U.S. 30 to the north between here and the city of Lancaster. 06/24/12
PA 10 turns northeast from PA 340, 5.8 miles to Honey Brook and U.S. 322. 06/24/12
Pennsylvania Route 340 West
Advancing one half mile west from PA 896 (Eastbrook Road), PA 340 (Old Philadelphia Pike) meets Mt. Sidney Road. Mt. Sidney Road (SR 1005) leads north to Witmer and Horseshoe Road (SR 1003) at Hartman Station Road. 06/03/05
Reassurance marker for PA 340 west posted at Mt. Sidney Road. A number of businesses and residences line Old Philadelphia Pike west toward Lancaster. 06/03/05
A three quarter diamond interchange joins PA 340 (Old Philadelphia Pike) with the freeway along U.S. 30. 06/03/05
PA 340 meets U.S. 30, 1.4 miles ahead of PA 462 at Lancaster. U.S. 30 splits from Lincoln Highway 0.75 miles to the south for a freeway bypass around Lancaster. An older freeway, it underwent major reconstruction around 2000. 06/03/05
The westbound entrance ramp for U.S. 30 for York and PA 283 west to Harrisburg departs PA 340 west. 06/03/05



Photo Credits:

06/03/05, 06/24/12 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 30
Route 10
Route 82
Route 896

Page Updated 05-20-2013.

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