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US 202(N-S)/PA 263(N-S) Duplex

202 263

United States Route 202 and Pennsylvania Route 263 join for 1.5 miles from Buckingham to Lahaska in Bucks County.


Timothy Reichard 3/12/03

A couple of miles north of the Doylestown bypass, US 202 encounters PA 263. This southern split marks the north end of the divided highway that PA 263 follows all the way south to Philadelphia. To the north, both US 202 and PA 263 have two lanes.

 


Timothy Reichard 3/12/03

Northbound reassurance shields along the duplex.

 


Timothy Reichard 3/12/03

The two routes split on their way to New Jersey near Lahaska.

 


Douglas Kerr 10/3/04

Now facing southbound on the duplex.

 

 

Local Names

North
202

Lower York Road

North
263

Upper York Road

Duplex
202
263

York Road

South
202

Doylestown-Buckingham Pike

South
263

York Road

 

Terraserver Imagery

 

Former Designations

122

1926–1927

US 122 was assigned.
122
52

1927–1928

PA 52 was assigned along US 122 by 1928, possibly in 1927.
122
52
263

1928–1930

PA 263 was assigned along US 122/PA 52.
122
263

1930–1935

PA 52 was truncated to the west.
202
263

1935–

US 202 replaced US 122.

 

Adjacent Multiplexes

202
31

North to Ringoes, NJ

202
611

South to Doylestown

 

 

 

 
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