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Interstate 376

Interstate 376 runs east-west from Downtown Pittsburgh to Interstate 76/Pennsylvania Turnpike near Monroeville. It runs along the Penn Parkway. There is one tunnel, Lincoln Squirrel Hill Tunnel, along the highway.

In November, 2009 I-376 was extened along a portion of what use to be Interstate 279 west to the airport. Here is heads north and now ends at Intestate 80, in Mercer County. The section from the airport to I-80 was Pennsylvania State Route 60. (PennDOT Media Release 11/6/2009)

While in Pennsylvania, I-376 is multi-plexed.

I-376 is multi-plexed with...

...U.S. Rt. 22, from Pittsburgh to near Monroeville.
...U.S. Rt. 30, from Pittsburgh to near Forest Hills.


In Pennsylvania, Interstate 376 crosses the following interstates.

Interstate 80, near Sharon.
Interstate 76 (Pennsylvania Turnpike), near Big Beaver.
Interstate 79, near Carnegie.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 two miles from I-79.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 one mile from I-79.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 near I-79.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 before I-79.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 at I-79.

Interstate 279, at Pittsburgh.

EB I-376; NB U.S. Rt. 19; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 over one mile from I-279.

EB I-376; NB U.S. Rt. 19; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 one mile from I-279.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 before I-279.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 near I-279.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 at I-279.
Interstate 579, at Pittsburgh.
Interstate 76 (Pennsylvania Turnpike), near Monroeville.

Branches of I-376 in Pennsylvania.


Info on the Parent Route of I-376.




A BGS on EB I-80.
Photo from: Paul Dienhart

A BGS on EB BUSN Loop I-376.

A BGS on EB BUSN Loop I-376.

A BGS on WB I-376.

A BGS on WB I-376.

WB I-376 near Robinson.

A BGS on EB I-376.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 near Ridge.

A BGS on NB I-79.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 at I-79.

A BGS on NB I-79.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 near Carnegie.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 near Mansfield Ave.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 near Green Tree.

Looking west down I-376; U.S. Rt. 22/30 from the gold tower in the picture above in Green Tree.

I-376; U.S. Rt. 22/30 passes through steep grades near Downtown Pittsburgh.

The first warning sign for the Fort Pitt Tunnel on EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30.

A sign for a truck run-away ramp on EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30.

A BGS on NB I-279. This is now I-376.

A BGS on NB U.S. Rt. 19.

EB I-376/U.S. Rt. 19; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 near the Fort Pitt Tunnel.

Lane markers near the Fort Pitt Tunnel.

EB I-376/TK U.S. Rt. 19; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 at the Fort Pitt Tunnel.

EB I-376/TK U.S. Rt. 19; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 in the Fort Pitt Tunnel.

EB I-376/TK U.S. Rt. 19; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 crossing the Monongahela River.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 east of I-279.

EB I-376; EB U.S. Rt. 22/30 near Grant Street.

A guide marker in Pittsburgh.

5 January 2013