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Pennsylvania Route 899

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Existed:  1928 – present
Constructed  1928
Length  17.37 km
Pennsylvania Route 899
South end:  PA 36 in Barnett Township
North end:  PA 66 in Jenks Township
Counties  Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, Forest County, Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Route 899 (PA 899) is a 10.8-mile-long (17.4 km) state highway located in Jefferson and Forest Counties in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus is at PA 36 in Barnett Township. The northern terminus is at PA 66 in Jenks Township.

Contents

Map of PA-899, Pennsylvania, USA

Route description

PA 899 begins at an intersection with PA 36 in Barnett Township, Jefferson County, heading north on a two-lane undivided road. The route passes between woods to the west and fields to the east before heading through forested areas, turning to the northeast. The road crosses the Clarion River into Barnett Township in Forest County and turns northwest at Clarington, running along the northeast bank of the river. PA 899 turns north away from the river and continues through more forests. The road winds northwest through more wooded areas with occasional fields, passing through Redclyffe. The route crosses into Jenks Township and continues north through more forests with some fields and homes. PA 899 turns northeast and crosses an abandoned railroad line, passing through Roses before turning north and ending at PA 66.

References

Pennsylvania Route 899 Wikipedia


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