U.S. 202 South - Bucks County

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U.S. 202 South
U.S. 202 (Lower York Road) converges with PA 263 (Upper York Road) at Lahaska. PA 263 angles northeast to Solebury, Center Bridge and Stockton, New Jersey. 10/03/04
U.S. 202 Pennsylvania Route 263 South
U.S. 202/PA 263 overlap for 1.8 miles south along York Road to Buckingham. 10/03/04
U.S. 202 branches west from PA 263 (Old York Road) for Buckingham Road toward Doylestown. 10/03/04
Expanding to four lanes beyond Buckingham, PA 263 (York Road) continues south to Furliong, Jamison and Warmister. PA 263 concludes 13.3 miles to the south at PA 611 in Willow Grove. 10/03/04
U.S. 202 South
Buckingham Road leads U.S. 202 west 2.7 miles from PA 263 (Old York Road) to Doylestown. 10/03/04
U.S. 202 crosses PA 413 (Durham Road) just beyond the split with PA 263 (Old York Road). 10/03/04
PA 413 extends 8.8 miles north along Durham Road to PA 661 at Piperville. 10/03/04
South from U.S. 202, PA 413 (Durham Road) travels 11 miles to Newtown. 10/03/04
Confirming marker posted along Buckingham Road west between PA 413 and Burnt House Hill Road (SR 1020). 10/03/04
Mechanicsville Road (SR 1002) ties into U.S. 202 (Buckingham Road) west of Spring Valley and this reassurance shield. 10/03/04
Approaching the Doylestown borough line, U.S. 202 meets PA 313 (Swamp Road). 10/03/04
PA 313 (Swamp Road) stems west from PA 263 at Furlong to Pools Corner and Cross Keys on the north side of Doylestown. 10/03/04
Northwest from Doylestown, PA 313 continues to Fountainville, Dublin and Quakertown. 10/03/04
State Street (U.S. 202 Business) branches west from U.S. 202 to Downtown Doylestown just south of PA 313 (Swamp Road). 10/03/04
A half diamond interchange formerly connected U.S. 202 and State Street. The exchange was originally built for a planned freeway extending southwest from New Hope to the Doylestown Bypass. 10/03/04
Passing south of Doylestown, the south leg of the Doylestown Bypass is a limited access highway leading U.S. 202 west to PA 611. 10/03/04
A diamond interchange links U.S. 202 (Doylestown Bypass) with S Main Street (former U.S. 611) in a half mile. 10/03/04
The Doylestown Bypass concludes one mile west of the Pebble Hill Road (SR 2113) underpass at PA 611 and US 202 Parkway. 10/03/04
S Main Street (SR 1001) extends north from Easton Road and U.S. 202 into Downtown Doylestown. 10/03/04
Easton Road (SR 1001) merges with PA 611 at the south end of the Doylestown Bypass near Edison. A cloverleaf interchange joins U.S. 202 with PA 611 a half mile west. 10/03/04
A second set of expressway ends signs stand along U.S. 202 southbound by the S Main Street overpass. 10/03/04
PA 611 follows the Doylestown Bypass around the west side of Doylestown north en route to Easton. 10/03/04
Prior to December 3, 2012, when US 202 Parkway parkway opened to traffic, U.S. 202 overlapped with PA 611 north to State Street, where it turned west through New Britain and Chalfton townships. 10/03/04
Roadway and ramp stubs remained at the original exchange joining U.S. 202/PA 611 for an unconstructed freeway extending southwest into Montgomery County. US 202 Parkway was eventually built in place of the limited access highway to Montgomeryville. 10/03/04


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10/03/04 by AARoads

Connect with:
Route 179
Route 413
Route 611

Page Updated 01-21-2021.

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