U.S. 30 West - York County

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U.S. 30 west
Leaving the Susquehanna River, U.S. 30 passes just north of the borough of Wrightsville. A diamond interchange follows with Cool Springs Road south to Pennsylvania 462 (Hellam Street) and north to Dark Hollow Road and Accomac. Photo taken 06/03/05.
Westbound reassurance marker posted ahead of the Burgs Lane overpass in Hellam Township. 43,000 vehicles per day were recorded on this stretch of freeway in 2011. Photo taken 06/03/05.
Pennsylvania 462 (old U.S. 30) heads west from Wrightsville into the borough of Hallam along Market Street. U.S. 30 sees a diamond interchange at Kreutz Creek Road on the west side of town. Photo taken 06/03/05.
The U.S. 30 freeway ends just west of the on-ramp from Memory Lane. Speed limits decrease to 40 miles per hour and signalized intersections replaced interchanges, offering a potentially slow go from Yorkshire west to North York and Interstate 83. Photo taken 06/03/05.
One of several traffic lights along the stretch of U.S. 30 (Arsenal Road) leading to York is with Eden Road. Eden Road provides access to the adjacent Harley-Davidson York Vehicle Operations plant. Photo taken 06/03/05.
U.S. 30 (Arsenal Road) crosses Codorus Creek ahead of commercialized stretch surrounding the three-quarter cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 83. Photo taken 06/03/05.
A loop ramp joins Interstate 83 south to Baltimore, Maryland as traffic slugs along U.S. 30 west to North George Street (Business Loop I-83). Photo taken 06/03/05.
Business Loop Interstate 83 follows the old route of U.S. 111 along George Street from Exit 22 of Interstate 83 nearby, southward to downtown York. Pennsylvania 181 coincides with the business loop just from U.S. 30 (Arsenal Road) northward on a nine-mile course to Emigsville, Manchester and York Haven. Photo taken 06/03/05.
Business Loop I-83 is only signed in the southbound direction from U.S. 30 west. The loop follows George Street through the York central business district to an expressway at Violet Hill that returns the route to Interstate 83 at Exit 15. The route through downtown used to split into a one-way street couplet of Jackson, Duke and North Streets. Photo taken 06/03/05.
A final shield assembly for Business Loop Interstate 83 south and Pennsylvania 181 north posted along Arsenal Road by the borough of North York. Until 2009, Business Loop I-83 was the only Interstate Business loop in Pennsylvania. During that time Business Loop I-376 was established to Moon and Pittsburgh International Airport. Photo taken 06/03/05.
Congestion continues along U.S. 30 west at 11th Avenue south and Susquehanna Trail north. Retail lines both sides of the route (Loucks Road) to the freeway resumption at Kenneth Road. Photo taken 06/03/05.
Curving southwest, U.S. 30 approaches a diamond interchange with Pennsylvania 74 (Carlisle Avenue) to the east of West Manchester Mall. PA 74 branches northwest from Pennsylvania 462 (old U.S. 30) in York to Weigelstown, Dover and Dillsburgh in northwest York County. Photo taken 06/03/05.
The U.S. 30 freeway around West York and Kurtz Place concludes at a trumpet interchange with Pennsylvania 462 (West Market Street) in West Manchester Township. Pennsylvania 462 ends here, after having followed all of old U.S. 30 west from Lancaster. Photo taken 06/03/05.
The north end of Pennsylvania 116 (Hanover Road) lies just 0.9 miles west of the north end of Pennsylvania 616 (Trinity Road) on U.S. 30 (Lincoln Highway) west. Photo taken 06/03/05.
Pennsylvania 116 travels southwest from U.S. 30 to Nashville, Spring Grove and the borough of Hanover as part of a 40-mile trek west to Gettysburg and Carroll Valley. Photo taken 06/03/05.


 


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06/03/05 by AARoads

Connect with:
Interstate 83
Business Loop I-83
Route 24
Route 616

Page Updated 05-21-2013.