Pittsburgh Highways
Pittsburgh's Cancelled Expressways


What Pittsburgh was to look like in 1980
What the Pittsburgh expressway system was to look like by 1980.
(Pittsburgh Area Transportation Plan)

PA 60 Airport Parkway
History
 
Airport Terminal Expressway
History
 
PA 28 Allegheny Valley Expressway
History
 
Allegheny Valley Expressway Spur
History
 
Beaver Falls-New Brighton Bypass
History
 

PA 60

Beaver Valley Expressway
History
 
Butler Bypass West
History
 
PA 837 Carson Street Expressway
History
 
PA 50 Chartiers Valley Expressway
History
 
Crows Run Connector
History
 
East Liberty Expressway
History
 
US 30 East-West Expressway
History
 
Etna Extension
History
 
PA 356 Kiski Valley Expressway
History
 
PA 981 Laurel Valley Expressway
History
 
PA 48 North-South Parkway
History
 
North Washington Circumferential
History
 
Northern Circumferential
History
 
Oakland Crosstown Freeway
History
 
PA 65 Ohio River Boulevard
History
 
PA 18 Outer Beltway
History
 
US 30 Penn-Lincoln Parkway Extension
History
 
Pittsburgh-McKeesport Expressway
History
 
PA 791 Rodi Road Expressway
History
 
PA 8 Route 8 Expressway
History
 
US 30 Route 30 Relocation
History
 
PA 51 Route 51 Expressway
History
 
PA 66 Route 66 Expressway
History
 
PA 68 Route 68 Relocation
History
 
PA 380 Route 380 Expressway
History
 
PA 51 Saw Mill Run Expressway
History
 
PA 885 Second Avenue Relocation
History
 
PA 88 South Hills Expressway
History
 
Southern Circumferential
History
 
PA 130 Tri-Boro Expressway
History
 
US 22 US 22 Expressway
History
 
US 422 US 422 Expressway
History

Links:
Industrial Highway:  "The Highway to Nowhere" - Adam Prince


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Page updated July 24, 2006.
Content and graphics, unless otherwise noted, copyright Jeffrey J. Kitsko. All rights reserved.
Information courtesy of the Pittsburgh Area Transportation Plan, Adam Prince, Matt Boyko, and Dan Moraseski.