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Pennsylvania State Route 66
Westmoreland County

Pennsylvania State Route 66 is a north-south highway in Western Westmoreland County. It runs from Interstate 70/76, Pennsylvania Turnpike, and U.S. Rt. 119, at New Stanton, to the Westmoreland/Armstrong County Line, near Leechburg.

The section around Greensburg is known as Amos K. Hutchinson Bypass. This sections is a toll highway. It is signed at Pennsylvania Turnpike 66. There is one mainline toll plaza on this highway.

PA St Rt 66 passes through the following towns in Westmoreland County.
New Stanton
Jeannette
Delmont
Vandergrift
Leechburg

PA St Rt 66 is not multi-plexed in Westmoreland County.

PA St Rt 66 intersects the following highways in Westmoreland County.

Interstate 70, at New Stanton.
Interstate 76, at New Stanton.
Pennsylvania Turnpike, at New Stanton.
U.S. Rt. 119, at New Stanton.
Pennsylvania State Route 136, at Greenburg.
U.S. Rt. 30, at Greensburg.
Pennsylvania State Route 130, at Greensburg.
BUSN Pennsylvania State Route 66, at Greensburg.
BUSN Pennsylvania State Route 66, near Delmont.
U.S. Rt. 22, at Delmont.
Pennsylvania State Route 286, near Slickville.
Pennsylvania State Route 366, near Slickville.
Pennsylvania State Route 380, near Edmon.
Pennsylvania State Route 356, near Apollo.
ALT Pennsylvania State Route 66, near Apollo.
Pennsylvania State Route 819, near Apollo.

Toll Plazas on PA St Rt 66
Haydentown Mainline Toll Barrier, Greensburg.

Branches of PA St Rt 66 in Westmoreland County.



A BGS on EB I-76/PA Turn.

2 November 2019