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Pennsylvania Route 772 constitutes a 37.3 mile route between PA 441 at Marietta and U.S. 30 at Gap. The state route arcs north of the Lancaster area through the boroughs of Mt. Joy, Manheim and Lititz. Heading southeast from a short overlap with PA 23 at Leola, PA 772 continues through Leacock township to Intercourse and New Milltown in Salisbury township.

Pennsylvania Route 23 Pennsylvania Route 772 East
PA 23/772 combine for 0.24 miles along Main Street in Leola. 09/18/04
PA 772 branches southeast from PA 23 (Main Street) along Newport Road 5.9 miles to PA 340 (Old Philadelphia Pike) at the unincorporated village of Intercourse. 09/18/04
PA 772 travels 11.5 miles southeast from Leola to U.S. 30 at Gap. PA 23 continues another 4.5 miles to the borough of New Holland and 16.3 miles to Morgantown. 09/18/04
Pennsylvania Route 772 East
Heading south from PA 23 (Main Street) in Leola, PA 772 (Newport Road) passes by a number of industrial businesses. 09/18/04
Reassurance shield posted near the intersection with Horseshoe Road (SR 1027). Horseshoe Road angles southwest from PA 23 and Leola to a pair of abandoned overpasses built for the PA 23 expressway and PA 340 outside of Lancaster. 09/18/04
A diamond interchange was partially constructed along PA 772 (Newport Road) with the planned expressway taking PA 23 west from New Holland to U.S. 30 at Lancaster. The "Goat Path Expressway" was partially constructed in the mid 1970s but never opened to traffic. 09/18/04
Pennsylvania Route 772 West
PA 772 (Newport Road) heads northwest from Intercourse to PA 23 (Main Street) at the community of Leola. 09/18/04
PA 772 overlaps with PA 23 (Main Street) for 0.24 miles from Newport Road to Glenbrook Road in Leola. PA 23 heads 17 miles east to PA 10 and I-176 at Morgantown via the borough of New Holland. 09/18/04
Pennsylvania Route 23 Pennsylvania Route 772 West
PA 772 turns north from PA 23 (Main Street) along Glenbrook Road to the West Earl township line and State Street into the community of Brownstown. 09/18/04
PA 772 arcs north of Lancaster via Lititz and Manheim while PA 23 continues across the city. The two state routes converge at Marietta to the west. 09/18/04
Pennsylvania Route 772 West
PA 772 (Glenbrook Road) advances north from Leola across Amish countryside to the Conestoga River at Brownstown. 08/01/04
PA 772 (Glenbrook Road) north of School Drive in Leola. 08/01/04
Inundating PA 772 across the Conestoga River at Brownstown, heavy rain from a cluster of thunderstorms in late July 2004 caused flooding throughout Lancaster County. 08/01/04
PA 772 (State Street) heads north from Main Street (SR 1010) in Brownstown to a parclo interchange with the freeway along U.S. 222. U.S. 222 joins Lancaster to the southwest with Reading to the northeast. 08/01/04

Photo Credits:

08/01/04, 09/18/04 by AARoads

Connect with:
U.S. 30
U.S. 222
Route 23
Route 272
Route 283

Page Updated 01-02-2021.

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