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Pennsylvania State Route 60
Allegheny County

Pennsylvania State Route 60 is a north-south highway in Western Pennsylvania. In 2009, the highway was pulled back from it's end point near Moon Run to only run in Allegheny County. The former highway was along what is now Interstate 376.

PA St Rt 60 passes through the following towns in Allegheny County.
Pittsburgh
Moon Run

PA St Rt 60 is not multi-plexed in Alleghany County.

PA St Rt 60 intersects the following highways in Alleghany County.

U.S. Rt. 19, at Pittsburgh.
Pennysylvania State Route 51, at Pittsburgh.
Pennsylvania State Route 837, at Pittsbugh.
Pennsylvania State Route 50, at Pittsburgh.
Interstate 79, near Moon Run.
Interstate 376, near Moon Run.
U.S. Rt. 22, near Moon Run.
U.S. Rt. 30, near Moon Run.


SB PA St Rt 60 at Lorish Road.

A set of guide markers on the ramp from NB I-79.

A BGS on NB I-79.

A guide marker on SB PA St Rt 60.

SB PA St Rt 60 at Omega Dr.

SB PA St Rt 60 at Church Hill Road.

SB PA St Rt 60 near Devassie Road.

A SB guide marker.

A BGS on WB I-376/U.S. Rt. 22-30.

A BGS on EB I-376.

A BGS on EB I-376.

A former BGS on WB I-76/PA Turn.

A guide marker on Campbell's Run Road.

A guide marker on WB Campbell's Run Road.

The northern end of PA St Rt 60.

24 October 2019