Transportation

Roads1

Interstates

  • Interstate 76 (Pennsylvania Turnpike) cuts through a corner of Dublin Township, but no exits are located in the county. It spans a little over 360 miles in the state. 

 

US Highway System

  • U.S. Route 22 enters Huntingdon County from the west at the Blair County line in Morris Township near Alexandria, and goes past the business district of Huntingdon in nearby Smithfield Township. It exits Huntingdon County at the Mifflin County line in Brady Township near Mount Union. The route spans over 337 miles in Pennsylvania and connects to New Jersey and Ohio on either side. 
  • U.S. Route 522 enters Huntingdon County from the south at the Fulton County line in Dublin Township near Shade Gap, passing through the boroughs of Orbisonia and Shirleysburg before exiting Huntingdon County at the Mifflin County line in the borough of Mount Union. The entire route spans 127.5 miles and connects to New York State and Maryland. 
 

Pennsylvania Highway System

  • Pennsylvania Routes 26, 35, 45, 305, 350, 453, 550, 641, 655, 747, 829, 994
 
 

Bridges

 

Reports

 

Recently Updated Bridges

  • Springfield Township (Frehn, Maddensville, and Matthews)
  • Clay Township  (Watkins)
  • Cromwell Township (Shade Gap)
  • Todd Township (Beavertown)
  • Jackson Township (Cunningham)
  • Dublin Township (Harpers) 

 

Local Transportation

 

Train Services

 

Bus Services

 

Airports

 


Additional Information