Pennsylvania Roads - I-380
I was on this road on September 30, 2006, nearing peak color. I came back in 2009 to find the ugly mile marker with the narrow shield.
Southbound button copy, courtesy Doug Kerr.
Northbound at night, you can see the exit number patches very clearly and the rest of the signs not at all; this probably was Exit 1 back in the day. These signs have thankfully been replaced, though I wish I'd gotten retakes before they went.
More southbound button copy from Doug Kerr, and I know for a fact these are all gone now. As with the PA 940 BGS's, these deserved to go, but I'll still mourn their loss.
More fall foliage.
I think I missed one of the Exit 24 assemblies, but otherwise this is all the button copy you get on I-380 NB (there's another sign or two southbound, unless what I saw was the Exit 13 photo that Doug gave me above). Now wait a minute, you say, surely there must be more on the I-380/I-84 multiplex - but you're only wrong because that's not actually a multiplex. For some reason, I-380 is signed with I-84 here, but once you get onto I-84 there's no more I-380 NB signage, and the mileposts for I-380 don't mingle with those for I-84. Southbound, the multiplex is signed, but again the mileposts aren't both there, so I'm going to go out on a limb and say that I-380 ends here.
One more shot of the changing leaves; this is the northernmost of the three leaf shots, all of which should really be between the NB Exit 3 signs and the SB Exit 13 sign.
Exit 3 to PA 940
Exit 13 to PA 435
Exit 20 to PA 307
I-380 on Jeff Kitsko's pahighways.com
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