U.S. 19 parallels Interstate 79 throughout most of its 195 mile course in Pennsylvania. The US Highway enters the Keystone State just west of I-79 at Mount Morris. The north end is located in the city of Erie at U.S. 20 (26th Street) south of Downtown.
U.S. 19 overlaps with U.S. 40 two miles west from Laboratory into the city of Washington. The route crosses I-70/79 at a diverging diamond interchange (DDI) northeast from Washington. Staying east of I-79, U.S. 19 continues to Upper St. Clair , Mount Lebanon and the city of Pittsburgh.
U.S. 19 Truck branches east from U.S. 19 at Dormont along Liberty Avenue to PA 51 on Saw Mill Run Boulevard in Pittsburgh. The two converge by the west portal of the Fort Pitt Tunnel. U.S. 19 Truck joins I-376/U.S. 22-30 northeast toward Downtown and the North Shore while U.S. 19 heads northwest to West End Village and Manchester. U.S. 19 Truck returns to U.S. 19 north of West View in McClandless township.
Advancing north to Cranberry, U.S. 19 shifts to the west of Interstate 79, meeting the Cranberry Connector to the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76). U.S. 19 (Perry Highway) generally serves local traffic northward to Zelienople and Mercer. Within Crawford County, U.S. 19 combines with U.S. 6/322 east across I-79 into the city of Meadville. U.S. 322 turns southeast toward Franklin while U.S. 6/19 remain overlapped north to Cambridge Springs and U.S. 6N in Erie County.
PA 208 continues east from U.S. 19 (Perry Highway) along Leesburg Grove City Road to nearby Schollard and the borough of Grove City.
U.S. 19 (Perry Highway) advances north from PA 208 and Leesburg to Interstate 80 at Exit 15.
Mercer lies seven miles north of Leesburg Station Road (SR 2002) and Springfield Falls on U.S. 19.
U.S. 20 passes south of Downtown Erie along 26th Street. State Street runs north from the adjacent intersection with PA 505 to the city center.
Replaced with a mast arm traffic lights after 2012, these 30 inch signals operated along U.S. 19 (Peach Street) just south of U.S. 20 (26th Street) at 29th Street west and Moorehead Street east.
Removed after 2012, the first shield for U.S. 19 southbound was posted at Peach and Myrtle Streets in Erie.
The north end of PA 99 ties into U.S. 19 (Peach Street) from Interchange Road east of I-79 and the Millcreek Mall Complex.
PA 99 travels southwest from U.S. 19 to the boroughs of McKean and Edinboro in south Erie County.
PA 58 combines with U.S. 19 (Erie Street) south from Greenville Avenue into Downtown Mercer. PA 258 joins the two routes from U.S. 62 (Market Street) at the Mercer County Courthouse. PA 58/258 turn east along Diamond Street two blocks to Pitt Street.
Butler Street (SR 2008) links U.S. 19 (Erie Street) with PA 158 (Shenango Street) at PA 318 two blocks to the west and PA 258 (Pitt Street) to the east.
U.S. 19 (Perry Highway) meets Interstate 80 at a diamond interchange (Exit 15) in East Lackawannock township.
PA 208 (Leesburg Grove City Road) converges with U.S. 19 (Perry Highway) southwest from Schollard.
Running across the north side of Lawrence County, PA 208 runs west to New Wilmington, I-376 at Pulaski and U.S. 422 by the Ohio state line.
Continuing south into Lawrence County, U.S. 19 (Perry Highway) is a part of Bicycle Route A.
U.S. 19 continues south from PA 956 to PA 108 (Harlansburg Road) at the community of Harlansburg.
Ground level traffic lights at Highland Avenue and U.S. 19 (Perry Avenue) were replaced with a span wire signal array after 2007. Only one of the U.S. 19 shields remained posted as of 2016.
05/24/02 by AARoads
Page Updated 01-28-2021.