|28th Division Highway|
US 322 highlighted in red
|Auxiliary route of US 22|
|Maintained by PennDOT and DRPA|
|Length||370 mi (595 km)|
|West end||US 322 at the Ohio state line in West Shenango Township|
|East end||US 322 at the Commodore Barry Bridge at the New Jersey state line in Chester|
|Counties||Crawford, Mercer, Venango, Clarion, Jefferson, Clearfield, Centre, Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Dauphin, Lebanon, Lancaster, Chester, Delaware|
U.S. Route 322 (US 322) is a spur of US 22, running from Cleveland, Ohio east to Atlantic City, New Jersey. In the U.S. state of Pennsylvania, the route runs from the Ohio border in West Shenango Township southeast to the Commodore Barry Bridge over the Delaware River in Chester, at which point the route crosses into New Jersey. The route passes near several cities, including DuBois, State College, and Harrisburg.
In Pennsylvania, US 322 is signed as 28th Division Highway, in honor of the 28th Infantry Division. The route enters Pennsylvania taking a northeasterly course. In Meadville, US 322 overlaps US 6 and US 19. Southeast of Meadville, the highway runs generally southeast through Crawford, Venango and Clarion Counties. Once leaving the borough of Clarion, US 322 has an interchange with I-80, at exit 70. From I-80, it continues on a solid east–west routing crossing Jefferson County. The route overlaps US 219 near the northern terminus of US 119, south of DuBois. East of US 219, the route takes a southward turn to traverse Moshannon State Forest, before taking an east–west alignment. From Clearfield to US 220, the highway runs southeast and is partly divided.
In the State College area, the current alignment of US 322 overlaps I-99 and US 220 for 12 miles (19 km) Northeast of Port Matilda, I-99, US 220, and US 322 depart the Appalachian Thruway via an interchange and proceed east on the 28th Division Highway while the Thruway continues to the northeast as US 220 Alternate.
West of State College, the 28th Division Highway becomes the Mount Nittany Expressway after intersecting with Scotia Road and North Atherton Street (US 322 Business, which goes through downtown State College). The I-99/US 220/US 322 overlap ends at a complex interchange north of downtown State College.
East of the overlap, US 322 continues southeastward through State College and its immediate suburbs on the Mount Nittany Expressway. After three exits, US 322 reverts to an at-grade highway two miles east of State College in Boalsburg, merging with US 322 Business and proceeding eastward along Boal Avenue as the route exits the State College area. Between Boalsburg and Lewistown, the highway traverses Tussey Mountain and Stone Mountain, in the Rothrock State Forest, as it turns to the south.
Between Potters Mills and Lewistown, US 322 is a limited-access road. Near Lewistown, it briefly overlaps US 522 and begins a long overlap with US 22. South of Lewistown, US 22/US 322 enters the Lewistown Narrows, an 8-mile (13 km) stretch of road through the Juniata River water gap in Shade Mountain. Construction to convert this section of the highway from a two-lane highway to a divided, limited-access four-lane highway was completed in December 2007, and it includes building the longest mechanically stabilized earth wall in the U.S. The highway exits the narrows in Arch Rock, traverses Juniata County and Perry County, and crosses the Tuscarora Mountain through a water gap on a southeastward course along the banks of the Juniata River. After crossing the Susquehanna River on the Clarks Ferry Bridge (coinciding with the Appalachian Trail), the freeway runs south and parallels the river for 15 miles (24 km) before entering the Harrisburg Area. The section of US 322 between State College and Harrisburg serves as a major access road to Pennsylvania State University from points to the southeast and experiences traffic congestion on Penn State Nittany Lions football home game days.
North of downtown Harrisburg, the US 22/322 overlap has an interchange with I-81 at exit 67. While US 22 continues through the interchange and heads into downtown, US 322 departs US 22 and joins I-81 northbound. I-81 and US 322 remain concurrent for three miles (5 km) to exit 70, where US 322 exits, following I-83, which has its northern terminus at the interchange, south through the innermost suburbs of Harrisburg. After two exits, US 322 departs I-83 at the Eisenhower Interchange (exit 47), following Paxton Street east, returning to an at-grade roadway after one exit, toward Hummelstown. West of that borough, US 322 becomes a freeway once again, becoming the Hummelstown Bypass after crossing Fiddlers Elbow Road. The route runs south of Hummelstown, interchanging with two local roads before meeting the eastern terminus of PA 39 and the western terminus of US 422 at an interchange midway between Hummelstown and Hershey.
As the freeway ends (road continues ahead as US 422), US 322 exits and heads east on the at-grade West Governor Road as it passes south of Hershey. East of the Hershey area, the route runs eastward via the scenic Horseshoe Pike traversing Lebanon County. The Horseshoe Pike portion ends west of Cornwall, where US 322 bypasses the town (during an overlap with PA 72). East of the bypass, the route becomes grade-leveled again, enters Lancaster County and passes over the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76). This stretch runs eastward, again known as the 28th Division Highway. East of Ephrata, US 322 reaches an interchange with US 222 and continues southeastward through the Pennsylvania Dutch Country of eastern Lancaster County, which is home to many Amish farms. In this area, the route intersects PA 23 in Blue Ball, and then reverts to the name Horseshoe Pike before crossing PA 10 in Honey Brook after entering Chester County. In Downingtown, US 322 comes to an interchange with US 30. After passing under US 30 it continues into Downingtown as Manor Avenue before intersecting US 30 Business (Lancaster Avenue) The route turns left at the intersection and runs concurrent US 30 Business for a block while crossing the Brandywine Creek. The route then turns right at the next intersection onto Brandywine Avenue as it exits the borough and becomes Downingtown Pike.
Where the highway approaches the West Chester area, it bypasses the borough via West Chester Bypass, with US 322 Business passing through West Chester. At the end of the at-grade bypass, the eastbound lane of US 322 merges onto US 202 southbound to begin an overlap. After three exits, the US 202/US 322 overlap becomes grade leveled running north–south. South of West Chester, the overlap is a major divided highway in Chester County and then entering Delaware County. In Concord Township, US 322 turns east onto US 1 (Baltimore Pike) and leaves US 202 at Painters Crossing. One mile conjoined with US 1 east of US 202, US 322 leaves US 1 in Concordville via a turn southeastward to become the Conchester Highway. Approaching Chester, the route has three exits (one with PA 452, Bethel Road at the bridge over CSX's Philadelphia Subdivision rail line, and Highland Avenue) before beginning an overlap with I-95, at exit 3A. The overlap with I-95 is a brief one, where US 322 leaves I-95, at exit 4, and crosses the Delaware River to enter New Jersey via the Commodore Barry Bridge.
To decrease congestion and improve safety, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) began a project in 2014 to reconstruct US 322 from the Centre/Mifflin county line to the route's interchange with PA 144, at a cost of about $93 million. On March 30, 2018, the Sand Mountain Road interchange in Spring Mills opened, replacing the at-grade intersection. The bulk of the cost of the project is related to an extension of the four-lane portion of US 322 through Potters Mills Gap and a new interchange with PA 144, which opened on October 10, 2020.
The section of US 322 along Conchester Highway between US 1 in Concordville and I-95 in Chester opened in 1954. PennDOT had plans since 1979 to widen the stretch of US 322 along Conchester Highway from a two-lane road to a four-lane road. The stretch of road saw a large number of accidents and fatalities, leading to the nickname "Killer Conchester". Construction on the project to widen the Conchester Highway section of US 322 began on April 28, 2017, with Governor Tom Wolf, PennDOT secretary Leslie Richards, and other state and local officials in attendance for a groundbreaking ceremony. Construction on the first phase of the widening between US 1 and Featherbed Lane/Mattson Road started in 2017 and is expected to be completed in fall 2020. Construction on the second phase of the widening between Featherbed Lane/Mattson Road and PA 452 is planned to begin in 2020. Plans to replace the bridge over the CSX tracks and Bethel Road along with improving the Bethel Road interchange are in the design phase.
|Crawford||West Shenango Township||0.00||0.00||US 322 west – Cleveland||Ohio state line|
|Mercer||Jamestown||5.3||8.5||PA 58 west (Jamestown-Kinsman Road) – Kinsman||West end of PA 58 concurrency|
|5.6||9.0||PA 58 east (Liberty Street) – Greenville||East end of PA 58 concurrency|
|Crawford||West Fallowfield Township||12.0||19.3||PA 18 south (Main Street) – Greenville||West end of PA 18 concurrency|
|Conneaut Lake||17.3||27.8||US 6 west / PA 285 west (Water Street)||West end of US 6/PA 285 concurrency|
|17.4||28.0||PA 285 east (3rd Street)||East end of PA 285 concurrency|
|18.3||29.5||PA 18 north – Conneautville, Girard||East end of PA 18 concurrency|
|Crawford Township||22.9||36.9||US 19 south (Perry Highway) / PA 98 – Fairview, Mercer||Roundabout; west end of US 19 concurrency; southern terminus of PA 98|
|24.1||38.8||I-79 – Pittsburgh, Erie||I-79 exit 147|
|Meadville||24.7||39.8||PA 102 north (Pennsylvania Avenue)||Southern terminus of PA 102|
|25.8||41.5||US 6 east / US 19 north to PA 27||East end of US 6/19 concurrency|
|Wayne Township||36.1||58.1||PA 173 – Cochranton|
|Venango||Sugarcreek Township||46.2||74.4||PA 427 north – Cooperstown||Southern terminus of PA 427|
|Franklin||51.8||83.4||PA 417 north||Southern terminus of PA 417|
|52.3||84.2||US 62 south / PA 8 south (Liberty Street)||West end of US 62/PA 8 concurrency|
|52.7||84.8||US 62 north / PA 8 north||East end of US 62/PA 8 concurrency|
|Cranberry Township||60.0||96.6||PA 257 north – Oil City||Southern terminus of PA 257|
|Rockland Township||65.3||105.1||PA 38 south – Emlenton||Northern terminus of PA 38|
|Clarion||Ashland Township||68.9||110.9||PA 338 west to I-80 west – Knox||Eastern terminus of PA 338|
|Shippenville||75.3||121.2||PA 208 west (Railroad Street) – Knox, Emlenton||West end of PA 208 concurrency|
|75.5||121.5||PA 208 east (School Street) – Fryburg, Tionesta||East end of PA 208 concurrency|
|Paint Township||77.4||124.6||PA 66 to I-80 – Leeper, Cook Forest, New Bethlehem|
|Clarion||80.5||129.6||PA 68 west (5th Avenue) to I-80||Eastern terminus of PA 68|
|Clarion Township||88.4||142.3||I-80 – DuBois, Sharon||I-80 exit 70|
|Jefferson||Corsica||90.7||146.0||PA 949 north (Olean Road) to I-80 – Sigel||West end of PA 949 concurrency|
|PA 949 south (Summerville-Corsica Road) – Summerville||East end of PA 949 concurrency|
|Brookville||96.3||155.0||PA 28 south / PA 36 north (Allegheny Boulevard) to I-80 – Leeper, New Bethlehem||West end of PA 28/36 concurrency|
|97.1||156.3||PA 36 south (White Street) – Punxsutawney||East end of PA 36 concurrency|
|98.3||158.2||PA 28 north to I-80 – Hazel, Brockway||East end of PA 28 concurrency|
|Reynoldsville||109.0||175.4||PA 950 north (Broadway Street) – Falls Creek||Southern terminus of PA 950|
|109.5||176.2||PA 310 south (5th Street) – Punxsutawney||Northern terminus of PA 310|
|Clearfield||Sandy Township||115.5||185.9||US 119 (Buffalo Pittsburgh Highway) – DuBois, Punxsutawney|
|117.0||188.3||US 219 north – DuBois||West end of US 219 concurrency|
|Brady Township||119.8||192.8||PA 410 west – Punxsutawney||Eastern terminus of PA 410|
|119.9||193.0||US 219 south – Curwensville||East end of US 219 concurrency|
|Clearfield||130.6||210.2||PA 153 north to I-80 – Ridgway||West end of PA 153 concurrency|
|Lawrence Township||136.7||220.0||PA 153 south (2nd Street) – Curwensville||East end of PA 153/879 concurrency|
|138.2||222.4||PA 879 (Clearfield Shawville Highway) to I-80 – Curwensville, Karthaus||Interchange|
|Bradford Township||142.8||229.8||PA 970 north to I-80 – Shawville||Southern terminus of PA 970|
|Philipsburg||153.0||246.2||PA 53 north to I-80 east – Kylertown||West end of PA 53 concurrency|
|Centre||153.2||246.6||PA 53 south (North Centre Street) to PA 350 – Tyrone, Coalport||East end of PA 53 concurrency|
|154.2||248.2||PA 504 (Presque Isle Street) to PA 350 – Unionville|
|Worth Township||West end of freeway|
|165.4||266.2||I-99 south / US 220 south – Altoona||West end of I-99/US 220 concurrency; I-99 exit 62|
|Patton Township||171.4||275.8||68||Grays Woods, Waddle||Exit numbers follow I-99|
US 322 Bus. east (Atherton Street)
|Eastbound exit and westbound entrance; western terminus of US 322 Bus.|
|172.4||277.5||Valley View Drive – Park Forest||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance|
|College Township||175.8||282.9||—||I-99 north / US 220 north to I-80 – Bellefonte||East end of I-99/US 220 concurrency; I-99 exit 73|
|176.1||283.4||—||Innovation Park, Penn State University||Access via Park Avenue; access to Beaver Stadium and Bryce Jordan Center|
|177.4||285.5||—||PA 26 (College Avenue / PA 144 Truck north) – State College, Bellefonte||West end of PA 144 Truck concurrency|
|—||PA 45 west – Oak Hall, Boalsburg, Lemont||PA 45 and Boalsburg signed eastbound; Lemont signed westbound|
|Harris Township||180.0||289.7||—||PA 45 east – Old Fort||Eastbound exit and westbound entrance|
|East end of freeway|
US 322 Bus. west (Atherton Street) – Boalsburg
|Interchange; westbound exit and eastbound entrance; eastern terminus of US 322 Bus.|
|Potter Township||189.7||305.3|| To PA 144 north – Potters Mills|
PA 144 Truck ends
|Interchange; southern terminus PA 144; east end of PA 144 Truck concurrency|
|Sand Mountain Road||Interchange|
|Mifflin||Armagh Township||West end of freeway|
|Brown Township||200.9||323.3||PA 655 – Belleville, Reedsville|
|Derry Township||204.2||328.6||Yeagertown, Burnham|
|205.3||330.4||US 22 west / US 522 south – Mt. Union||West end of US 22/US 522 concurrency|
|Lewistown||205.5||330.7||Electric Avenue||Eastbound exit from US 22/US 522 exit|
|206.1||331.7||US 522 north (South Walnut Street) – Selinsgrove||East end of US 522 concurrency|
|206.6||332.5||East Charles Street||Eastbound exit and westbound entrance|
US 22 Bus. west – Lewistown
|Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; eastern terminus of US 22 Bus.|
|Juniata||Fermanagh Township||216.0||347.6||Arch Rock Road|
|219.2||352.8||PA 35 – Mifflintown, McAlisterville|
|Walker Township||221.1||355.8||PA 75 south – Port Royal|
|Delaware Township||228.9||368.4||PA 333 – East Salem, Thompsontown|
|230.4||370.8||Pfoutz Valley Road||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance|
|Perry||Millerstown||234.2||376.9||To PA 17 – Millerstown|
|Newport||238.7||384.2||PA 34 – Newport, New Bloomfield|
|Howe Township||242.5||390.3||Midway||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance|
|Watts Township||245.1||394.5||Watts||Left exit eastbound; Right exit westbound|
|Dauphin||Reed Township||247.2||397.8||US 11 / US 15 – Camp Hill, Selinsgrove|
|East end of freeway|
|248.6||400.1||PA 849 west – Duncannon||Eastern terminus of PA 849; no access from PA 849 to westbound US 22/US 322|
|West end of freeway|
|Susquehanna River||Clarks Ferry Bridge|
|Reed Township||249.0||400.7||PA 147 north – Halifax||Southern terminus of PA 147|
|Middle Paxton Township||251.0||403.9||PA 325 east (Mountain Road)||Western terminus of PA 325|
|Dauphin||254.4||409.4||PA 225 north (Claster Boulevard) – Halifax, Dauphin||Southern terminus of PA 225|
|255.4||411.0||Dauphin Boro, Stony Creek||Westbound exit|
|Susquehanna Township||256.8||413.3||PA 443 (Fishing Creek Valley Road) – Fishing Creek, Rockville|
|Harrisburg||258.7||416.3||PA 39 – Linglestown, Rockville|
|260.7||419.6|| I-81 south – Carlisle|
US 22 east (Cameron Street) to PA 230 – Harrisburg
|Interchange; west end of I-81 concurrency; east end of US 22 concurrency; I-81 exit 67|
|Susquehanna Township||262.3||422.1||69||Progress Avenue||Exit number follows I-81|
|Lower Paxton Township||263.3||423.7||51B|| I-81 north to I-78 – Hazleton, Allentown|
|Exit numbers follow I-83; east end of I-81 concurrency; northern terminus of I-83; west end of I-83 concurrency; I-81 exit 70, I-83 exit 51A|
|264.0||424.9||50||US 22 (Jonestown Road) – Progress, Colonial Park|
|265.2||426.8||48||Union Deposit Road|
|Swatara Township||266.6||429.1||—||I-83 south – Harrisburg, York||East end of I-83 concurrency; eastbound left exit and westbound left entrance; I-83 exit 47|
|—||To I-83 south / Paxton Street||Eastbound exit only|
|—||Eisenhower Boulevard||Eastbound left exit and westbound left entrance|
|—||I-83 south – Harrisburg||Westbound left exit and eastbound left entrance; I-83 exit 46B|
|—||I-283 south to I-76 / Penna Turnpike – Harrisburg International Airport||Westbound left exit and eastbound entrance; I-283 exit 3C|
|East end of freeway|
|Hummelstown||West end of freeway|
|Derry Township||274.3||441.4|| US 422 east (Chocolate Avenue) – Hershey|
PA 39 west (Hersheypark Drive) – Attractions
|Interchange; western terminus of eastern segment US 422; eastern terminus of PA 39|
|East end of freeway|
|276.4||444.8||PA 743 (Cocoa Avenue)|
|Lebanon||South Londonderry Township||280.5||451.4||PA 117 (South Forge Road) – Palmyra, Colebrook|
|South Annville Township||284.9||458.5||PA 241 south (Mt. Wilson Road) – Colebrook, Elizabethtown||West end of PA 241 concurrency|
|285.1||458.8||PA 934 (South White Oak Street) – Annville||Southern terminus of PA 934|
|285.9||460.1||PA 241 north (Colebrook Road) – Lebanon||East end of PA 241 concurrency|
|West Cornwall Township||287.2||462.2||PA 419 (Main Street) to PA 72 north – Lebanon, Quentin, Cornwall||Southern terminus of PA 419|
|West end of freeway|
|288.0||463.5||PA 72 north (Quentin Road) – Lebanon||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; west end of PA 72 concurrency|
|288.4||464.1||PA 117 north – Mount Gretna||Southern terminus of PA 117|
|289.1||465.3||PA 72 south (Lebanon Road) to I-76 / Penna Turnpike – Lancaster||Interchange; east end of PA 72 concurrency|
|East end of freeway|
|Lancaster||Elizabeth Township||296.9||477.8||PA 501 (Furnace Hills Pike) – Schaefferstown, Lititz, Lancaster|
|Ephrata||303.9||489.1||PA 272 (Reading Road) – Reading, Akron, Lancaster||Interchange; access to WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital|
|Ephrata Township||306.4||493.1||US 222 – Reading, Lancaster||Interchange|
|East Earl Township||312.8||503.4||PA 23 (Main Street) – Morgantown, Lancaster|
|313.8||505.0||PA 897 north (Springville Road) – Terre Hill||West end of PA 897 concurrency|
|313.9||505.2||PA 897 south (Springville Road) – White Horse||East end of PA 897 concurrency|
|Chester||Honey Brook||320.2||515.3||PA 10 (Conestoga Avenue/Pequea Avenue) – Morgantown, Compass, Parkesburg|
|West Brandywine Township||326.0||524.6||PA 82 (Manor Road)|
|Caln Township||332.0||534.3||US 30 (Coatesville Downingtown Bypass) – Coatesville, Lancaster, Exton||Interchange|
US 30 Bus. west (Lancaster Avenue)
|West end of US 30 Bus. concurrency|
US 30 Bus. east / US 322 Truck east (Lancaster Avenue) – Exton
|East end of US 30 Bus. concurrency; western terminus of US 322 Truck|
US 322 Truck west (Boot Road)
|Eastern terminus of US 322 Truck|
|East Bradford Township||338.8||545.2|
US 322 Bus. east (Downingtown Pike) – West Chester
|Western terminus of US 322 Bus.|
|West Goshen Township||339.9||547.0||Pottstown Pike north – Exton, Pottstown||Interchange; westbound exit and eastbound entrance|
|341.6||549.8||West end of freeway|
|US 202 north – King of Prussia||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; west end of US 202 concurrency|
|342.4||551.0||PA 3 (Gay Street) – Newtown Square|
|344.0||553.6||Matlack Street||At-grade intersection|
US 322 Bus. west (High Street)
|Eastern terminus of US 322 Bus.; access to West Chester University|
|East end of freeway|
|346.1||557.0||PA 926 (Street Road) – Cheyney, Pocopson|
|Delaware||Chadds Ford Township||349.2||562.0|| US 1 south (Baltimore Pike) – Kennett Square|
US 202 south (Wilmington-West Chester Pike) – Wilmington
|East end of US 202 concurrency; west end of US 1 concurrency|
|Concord Township||350.3||563.8||US 1 north (Baltimore Pike) – Media||East end of US 1 concurrency|
|Bethel Township||353.5||568.9||PA 261 south (Foulk Road)||Interchange; northern terminus of PA 261|
|Upper Chichester Township||356.5||573.7||PA 452 (Market Street) to I-95 south – Media, Marcus Hook||Interchange|
|Chester||357.0||574.5||West end of freeway|
|357.7||575.7||Highland Avenue||Eastbound exit and westbound entrance|
|357.8||575.8||I-95 south – Wilmington||West end of I-95 concurrency; westbound left exit and eastbound entrance; I-95 exit 3A|
|3B||Highland Avenue||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; exit number follows I-95|
|358.5||576.9||—||I-95 north – Philadelphia||East end of I-95 concurrency; eastbound exit and westbound entrance; I-95 exit 4|
|—||Concord Road||Westbound exit only|
|—||I-95 north to I-476 – Philadelphia||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance; I-95 exit 4|
|358.9||577.6||—||US 13 / PA 291 – Chester||Westbound exit and eastbound entrance|
|—||PA 291 – Chester Waterfront||Eastbound exit and westbound entrance|
|Delaware River||Commodore Barry Bridge|
(Westbound toll, cash or E-ZPass)
|US 322 east (CR 536 east) – New Jersey||New Jersey state line|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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