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Pennsylvania Route 124 (PA 124) is a 12.8-mile-long (20.6 km) state route in York County in south central Pennsylvania. The western terminus of the route is at the eastern border of York, where the road continues west as East Prospect Street towards PA 74. Its eastern terminus is at PA 425 and PA 624 in the Lower Windsor Township community of Craley, where PA 124 continues south as PA 425. PA 124 heads east from its beginning through suburban areas to the east of York, intersecting Interstate 83 (I-83) and PA 24. Farther east, the route heads through rural land in eastern York County to East Prospect, where it turns south and comes to its terminus.

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  • Pennsylvania Route 124 (PA 124) is a 12.8-mile-long (20.6 km) state route in York County in south central Pennsylvania. The western terminus of the route is at the eastern border of York, where the road continues west as East Prospect Street towards PA 74. Its eastern terminus is at PA 425 and PA 624 in the Lower Windsor Township community of Craley, where PA 124 continues south as PA 425. PA 124 heads east from its beginning through suburban areas to the east of York, intersecting Interstate 83 (I-83) and PA 24. Farther east, the route heads through rural land in eastern York County to East Prospect, where it turns south and comes to its terminus. PA 124 was designated in 1928 to run from PA 74 in York east to U.S. Route 222 (US 222) in Lancaster. The route ran east to Craley before it continued southeast to the area, where it crossed the Susquehanna River. From here, PA 124 continued northeast through Lancaster County along Pequea Boulevard, Marticville Road, Penn Grant Road, and New Danville Pike to Lancaster. PA 923 was designated in 1930 as a short spur of PA 124 heading south into York Furnace. In 1937, PA 124 was rerouted to head south from York Furnace to PA 851 in Fawn Grove, replacing all of PA 923 and the section of PA 851 between PA 74 in Airville and Woodbine. Most of former alignment of PA 124 in Lancaster County became an extended PA 324, with New Danville Pike south of New Danville becoming an extended and Penn Grant Road becoming unnumbered. The east end of PA 124 was truncated to PA 624 in Craley in the 1960s, with PA 425 designated onto the former alignment between Fawn Grove and Craley. The west end of PA 124 was cut back from PA 74 to the east end of York in the 2000s, with a block of the former route leading to PA 74 turned into a pedestrian walkway. (en)
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  • Pennsylvania Route 124 (PA 124) is a 12.8-mile-long (20.6 km) state route in York County in south central Pennsylvania. The western terminus of the route is at the eastern border of York, where the road continues west as East Prospect Street towards PA 74. Its eastern terminus is at PA 425 and PA 624 in the Lower Windsor Township community of Craley, where PA 124 continues south as PA 425. PA 124 heads east from its beginning through suburban areas to the east of York, intersecting Interstate 83 (I-83) and PA 24. Farther east, the route heads through rural land in eastern York County to East Prospect, where it turns south and comes to its terminus. (en)
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