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Routed wholly within Bucks County, Pennsylvania Route 413 travels 31.6 miles north from the Burlington Bristol Bridge spanning the Delaware River to PA 611 (Easton Road) at Pipersville. PA 413 (New Rodgers Road) extends north from the toll bridge linking with New Jersey to Veterans Highway outside the borough of Bristol.

Veterans Highway parallels I-95 and I-295 north through Bristol and Middletown townships to U.S. 1 Business (Lincoln Highway). PA 413 dog legs west alongside U.S. 1 Business to the borough of Penndel, where it turns north along Bellevue Avenue to Langhorne Manor.

PA 413 follows Newtown Langhorne Road north to the Newtown Bypass, where it combines with PA 332 and then PA 532 along a controlled access arterial around the borough. The remainder of PA 413 lines Durham Road northwest to Wrightstown, Pineville, Buckingham and Gardenville.

Pennsylvania Route 413 South
PA 413 (Durham Road) intersects PA 263 (Old York Road) just south of U.S. 202 in Buckingham township. 10/03/04
PA 263 (York Road) combines with U.S. 202 north nearby en route to Solebury. PA 263 continues south to Furlong, Jamison, Warmister and Hatboro. 10/03/04
PA 413 (Durham Road) travels five miles southeast from Buckingham to PA 232 at Second Street Pike and Windy Bush Road. 10/03/04
PA 232 angles across PA 413 south along Second Street Pike 4.8 miles to PA 332 (Newtown Richboro Road) in Richboro and north on Windy Bush Road 5.9 miles to PA 32 (Main Street) in New Hope. 10/03/04
Confirming marker posted south of PA 232 for PA 413 in Wrightstown township. 10/03/04
PA 413 (Durham Road) continues south into Newtown township to PA 532 and the Newtown Bypass. 10/03/04
Durham Road extends east from PA 413 along PA 532 to Washington Crossing Road. PA 532 heads northeast from Newtown to PA 32 (River Road) at Washington Crossing. 10/03/04
PA 413 turns west onto the Newtown Bypass, a four lane controlled access arterial encircling the borough of Newtown. The entrance to Newtown Shopping Center ties into the intersecting joining PA 413/532 from the south. 10/03/04
Pennsylvania Route 413 Pennsylvania Route 532 South
PA 413/532 overlap 1.5 miles southward along the Newtown Bypass. 10/03/04
The Newtown Bypass (PA 413/532) turns south at Swamp Road (SR 2036) and the entrance to Tyler State Park. 10/03/04
Swamp Road angles northwest from PA 413/532 along Tyler State Park to Wrightstown township. 10/03/04
PA 413/532 (Newtown Bypass) span Green Lane south of Swamp Road. 10/03/04
PA 332 joins the Newtown Bypass from Newtown Richboro Road 3.5 miles east of PA 232 (2nd Street Pike) at Richboro. 10/03/04
Richboro Road extends east from PA 332 and the Newtown Bypass along former PA 332 to Sycamore Street and W Center Avenue. 10/03/04
Pennsylvania Route 413 Pennsylvania Route 532 South Pennsylvania Route 332 East
PA 332 east combines with PA 413/532 south for 0.6 miles along the Newtown Bypass. 10/03/04
PA 532 parts ways with PA 332/413 (Newtown Bypass) at Buck Road and Sycamore Street. 10/03/04
PA 532 (Buck Road) bee lines southwest 5.4 miles to PA 213 (Bridgetown Pike) at Feasterville. The state route concludes at U.S. 1 (Roosevelt Boulevard) in Northeast Philadelphia. 10/03/04
Pennsylvania Route 332 East Pennsylvania Route 413 South
Continuing east along the Newtown Bypass, PA 332/413 overlap for another 0.7 miles between Sycamore Street and Newtown Langhorne Road. 10/03/04
PA 413 branches south from PA 332 (Newtown Bypass) to Langhorne and Penndel. PA 332 follows the remainder of the Newtown Bypass east to Yardley Newtown Road near Interstate 295. 10/03/04
Pennsylvania Route 413 South
Leading away from Newtown, PA 413 (Newtown Langhorne Road) proceeds south through Middletown township by Core Creek Park. 10/03/04
PA 413 enters the borough of Langhorne along Pine Street ahead of a signalized intersection with Winchester Avenue (SR 2049). 10/03/04
Continuing south, PA 413 (Pine Street) approaches PA 213 (Maple Avenue). PA 213 joins Langhorne with Oxford Valley and Feasterville. 10/03/04
PA 213 connects PA 413 with the freeway along U.S. 1, 0.6 mils to the east. PA 413 crosses over U.S. 1 without direct access to the south. 10/03/04
Confirming marker posted south of PA 213 (Maple Avenue) on Pine Street in Langhorne. 10/03/04
Pine Street widens to four lanes ahead of overpass spanning U.S. 1. Gillam Avenue west to Bellevue Avenue south connects with U.S. 1 southbound to Philadelphia. 10/03/04
PA 413 arcs west along Pine Street from Woods Drive to Bellevue Avenue south of U.S. 1. Bellevue Avenue leads to an entrance ramp for northbound U.S. 1. 10/03/04
Bellevue Avenue leads PA 413 south from Pine Street through the borough of Langhorne Manor. 10/03/04
PA 413 crosses a CSX Railroad line into the borough of Penndel where PA 513 splits along Bellevue Avenue south. Both routes intersect U.S. 1 Business (Lincoln Highway) nearby. 10/03/04
PA 413 dog legs east from Penndel alongside U.S. 1 Business (Lincoln Highway) to I-295 and Veterans Highway south. PA 513 runs south to Hulmeville and Bensalem. 10/03/04
An overhead directs motorists south toward the Burlington Bristol Bridge from an access road linking Interstate 95 with PA 413 (Veterans Highway) in Bristol township. 10/05/14
Rockview Drive arcs south into and adjacent neighborhood from the ensuing signal along PA 413 (Veterans Highway) south. 10/05/14
Veterans Highway south at Winder Drive, a residential street to the east. 10/05/14
PA 413 (Veterans Highway) meets U.S. 13 (Bristol Pike) across from Otter Street on the west side of Bristol. 10/05/14
U.S. 13 (Bristol Pike) travels west through Croydon in Bristol township to Bensalem, Eddington and Philadelphia. 10/05/14
U.S. 13 (Bristol Pike) north bypasses Bristol along an arterial route to I-95 (Pennsylvania Turnpike) and the borough of Tullytown. 10/05/14

Photo Credits:

10/03/04, 10/05/14 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 95
U.S. 1
U.S. 13
Route 611

Page Updated 01-03-2021.

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