A report on U.S. Route 422

The US 422 freeway west of the SR 44 interchange.
US 422 west of New Castle, PA
US 422 eastbound at PA 743 in Hershey at intersection of Chocolate and Cocoa avenues. This intersection was realigned in 2012.
US 422 eastbound east of Lebanon
US 422 westbound approaching US 222 in Wyomissing
US 422 eastbound in Douglassville
US 422 westbound in Sanatoga
US 422 westbound in Limerick Township
US 422 westbound at the PA 363 interchange in Audubon
US 422 west at US 422 Bus. east of Reading
US 422 eastbound at the First Avenue exit in King of Prussia
US 422 eastbound past US 422 Bus. east of New Castle, PA

271 mi long spur route of US 22 split into two segments in the U.S. states of Ohio and Pennsylvania.

- U.S. Route 422
The US 422 freeway west of the SR 44 interchange.

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Westbound approaching the Pittsburgh interchange with I-376/US 22

Pennsylvania Turnpike

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Toll highway operated by the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) in the US state of Pennsylvania.

Toll highway operated by the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC) in the US state of Pennsylvania.

Westbound approaching the Pittsburgh interchange with I-376/US 22
The point eastbound where the turnpike bypasses the Laurel Hill Tunnel to the left (north)
Eastbound at the Breezewood interchange, where I-70 splits from I-76
Westbound at the Harrisburg East interchange connecting to I-283 in Lower Swatara Township
Westbound in Upper Southampton Township
West portal of the Allegheny Mountain Tunnel
Toll plaza at Somerset interchange before conversion to all-electronic tolling
July 2013 Pennsylvania Turnpike toll ticket from Willow Grove (exit 343), with tolls for Class-1 vehicles (two-axle cars without trailers)
Sideling Hill service plaza
Interior of the Oakmont Plum service plaza
Winding section east of Fort Littleton in 1942
Laurel Hill Tunnel in 1942
Rays Hill Tunnel at night in 1942
A view of the turnpike at an overpass in 1942
Westbound in Charlestown Township
Eastbound at the Homewood Viaduct in Beaver County
Westbound approaching the Mid-County interchange with I-476 in Plymouth Meeting
Eastbound across the Delaware River–Turnpike Toll Bridge, which connects the Pennsylvania Turnpike to the Pearl Harbor Memorial Extension of the New Jersey Turnpike
Sign at the turnpike entrance at Downingtown showing I-76 and I-276 designations for the mainline and I-476 designation for the Northeast Extension
Eastern portal of the Sideling Hill Tunnel
The Abandoned Pennsylvania Turnpike
Westbound past the Bensalem interchange with US 1
Eastbound approaching the Willow Grove interchange with PA 611
Eastbound at the Valley Forge interchange, where I-76 splits from the turnpike and I-276 begins
The stairs to St. John's Church in New Baltimore
The Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail overpass near milemarker 100
The westbound Virginia Drive "slip ramp" in Fort Washington
Eastbound at the PA 29 exit near Malvern
Ramp from Pennsylvania Turnpike westbound to I-95 southbound under construction in 2016
Looking west at the split where the Pennsylvania Turnpike westbound exits I-95 southbound
Westbound past the PA 29 interchange in Charlestown Township
Interior of the Oakmont Plum service plaza
Eastbound at the PA 29 exit near Malvern

The highway crosses into Montgomery County and comes to the Valley Forge interchange in King of Prussia, where I-76 splits from the turnpike and heads southeast as the Schuylkill Expressway toward Philadelphia; this interchange also provides access to US 202 and US 422.

Early mile marker along the highway in Clarion

U.S. Route 322 in Pennsylvania

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Spur of US 22, running from Cleveland, Ohio, east to Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Spur of US 22, running from Cleveland, Ohio, east to Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Early mile marker along the highway in Clarion
US 322 eastbound past US 119 in Sandy Township
US 322 eastbound at split with I-99/US 220 northbound in College Township, near State College
US 22/US 322 freeway eastbound in Fermanagh Township passing a rock cut
US 322 westbound past PA 23 in Blue Ball
US 322 westbound past the US 30 interchange near Downingtown
US 202 northbound/US 322 westbound past US 1 in Painters Crossing
US 322 westbound along Conchester Highway in Concordville

From here, the freeway curves northeast and leaves Hummelstown, reaching a partial cloverleaf interchange with the western terminus of the eastern segment of US 422 and the eastern terminus of PA 39.

View north at the south end of US 222 at US 1 in Conowingo

U.S. Route 222

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U.S. Highway that is a spur of US 22 in the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania.

U.S. Highway that is a spur of US 22 in the states of Maryland and Pennsylvania.

View north at the south end of US 222 at US 1 in Conowingo
US 222/PA 272 southbound and PA 72 northbound approaching Prince Street in Lancaster
US 222 northbound in Manheim Township
US 222 southbound approaching US 422 in Wyomissing
US 222 northbound past PA 662 in Moselem Springs
US 222 southbound at split with PA 100 in Trexlertown
US 222 southbound/US 422 westbound at State Hill Road exit in Wyomissing
1939 USGS Allentown map, showing US 222 along the current alignment of PA 222

US 222 bypasses Reading to the west, where it meets US 422.

PA 23 eastbound past PA 625 in East Earl Township

Pennsylvania Route 23

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81.14 mi state highway in southeastern Pennsylvania.

81.14 mi state highway in southeastern Pennsylvania.

PA 23 eastbound past PA 625 in East Earl Township
PA 23 westbound past PA 29 in Phoenixville
PA 23 westbound through Valley Forge National Historical Park
PA 23 westbound in West Conshohocken
PA 23 eastbound approaching its terminus at US 1 in Lower Merion Township
The Schuylkill Parkway freeway stub in Bridgeport

PA 23 continues into Montgomery County and intersects US 422 in King of Prussia and US 202 in Bridgeport.

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania

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Census-designated place in Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States.

Census-designated place in Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States.

King of Prussia sign on US 202
The King of Prussia mall interior
King of Prussia Town Center, opened in 2016
King of Prussia Volunteer Fire Company 9/11 Memorial
US 202 northbound entering King of Prussia at Gulph Road
King of Prussia Transit Center at the King of Prussia Mall
Children's Hospital facility in King of Prussia

King of Prussia's boundaries, as defined by the Census Bureau, are the Schuylkill River to the north, U.S. Route 422 to the west, Bridgeport to the east, and I-76 to the south.

Reading, Pennsylvania

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City in and the county seat of Berks County, Pennsylvania.

City in and the county seat of Berks County, Pennsylvania.

The 500-block of Court Street in Downtown Reading, with Berks County courthouse on the left
Reading urbanized area (part), 1950
Reading downtown as seen from Penn and 2nd Streets
BARTA bus in downtown Reading
Reading Franklin Street Terminal
Lake Ontelaunee supplies water to Reading.
The Reading Fire Museum
Reading High School
FirstEnergy Stadium, 2006
Reading Public Museum in 2011
Downtown Reading
Reading's Pagoda seen from Skyline Drive
David McMurtrie Gregg (1922) by Augustus Lukeman

U.S. Route 422, the major east–west artery, circles the western edge of the city and is known locally as The West Shore Bypass.

PA 724 eastbound approaching split with US 222 Bus. in Shillington

Pennsylvania Route 724

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PA 724 eastbound approaching split with US 222 Bus. in Shillington
PA 724 westbound in East Vincent Township
PA 724 westbound past its eastern terminus at PA 23 in East Pikeland Township

Pennsylvania Route 724 (PA 724) is a 30 mi road in the U.S. commonwealth of Pennsylvania that runs from U.S. Route 422 (US 422) in Sinking Spring southeast to PA 23 near Phoenixville.

US 202 northbound/US 322 westbound past US 1 in Painters Crossing

U.S. Route 202 in Pennsylvania

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US Highway running from New Castle, Delaware, northeast to Bangor, Maine.

US Highway running from New Castle, Delaware, northeast to Bangor, Maine.

US 202 northbound/US 322 westbound past US 1 in Painters Crossing
US 202 freeway northbound in East Goshen Township
US 202 freeway southbound in Chesterbrook
US 202 southbound approaching Gulph Road in King of Prussia
US 202 northbound past PA 73 in Center Square
US 202 parkway northbound in Montgomery Township
US 202 freeway northbound at Main Street in Doylestown
US 202 northbound in Buckingham Township
US 202 southbound past Gulph Road (then PA 23) in King of Prussia in 1960, with the King of Prussia Inn in the median of the road. The inn was relocated in 2000.
US 202 parkway northbound past Knapp Road in Montgomery Township
US 202 parkway northbound past County Line Road in Warrington Township

A short distance later, US 202 comes to a trumpet interchange with the eastern terminus of the US 422 freeway.

East High Street past Hanover Street in Pottstown

Ridge Pike

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Major historic road that opened in 1706 that originally connected Wissachickon Creek to Perkiomen Creek.

Major historic road that opened in 1706 that originally connected Wissachickon Creek to Perkiomen Creek.

East High Street past Hanover Street in Pottstown
Ridge Pike at the interchange with I-476 near Conshohocken
Ridge Avenue northbound in the Roxborough neighborhood of Philadelphia
Ridge Avenue in Philadelphia on a bridge over the Wissahickion Creek

Portions of Ridge Pike carried U.S. Route 422 (US 422) before US 422 was moved to a freeway alignment between west of Pottstown and King of Prussia.

State Routes 59 and 43 cosigned in Kent

Ohio State Route 43

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Mainly north–south state highway that runs through the northeastern quadrant of the U.S. state of Ohio.

Mainly north–south state highway that runs through the northeastern quadrant of the U.S. state of Ohio.

State Routes 59 and 43 cosigned in Kent

For its northernmost stretch of less than 1 mi, State Route 43 shares the same portion of pavement as four other highways at the same time: U.S. Route 422, State Route 8, State Route 14 and State Route 87.