Highways

As a critical element in the overall transportation network, highways are pathways to progress. On the map, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is 309 miles long, 174 miles wide, and covers 29 million acres. Its immense road system equals all New England and New Jersey highways, local roads, and city streets combined.

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As part of the Commonwealth's network, Westmoreland County's highways link you with key markets via 21 primary routes that account for including more than 3,660 miles of highway, 57 miles of interstate and 590 state bridges.

Westmoreland's major highway hub located at New Stanton (i.e., U.S. Route 119, Toll 66 and Interstates 70/76 - PA Turnpike) includes a robust industrial park system that has become a regional employment center.

A partner of the Westmoreland Development Council, the Planning Division of the Department of Planning and Development guides growth of Westmoreland County through a public, comprehensive planning process. The Division monitors, evaluates, recommends and implements policies in areas of transportation and in support of projects to be placed on the regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). 
Westmoreland County Map

Major routes in Westmoreland County:
  • Interstate 70
  • Interstate 70/76 (PA Turnpike)
  • Toll 66 (Amos K. Hutchinson Bypass - Turnpike Extension)
  • U.S. Route 22
  • U.S. Route 30
  • U.S. Route 119
  • State Route 31
  • State Route 51
  • State Route 56
  • State Route 66
  • State Route 136
  • State Route 201
  • State Route 217
  • State Route 286
  • State Route 356
  • State Route 366
  • State Route 380
  • State Route 711
  • State Route 819
  • State Route 981
  • State Route 982