Pennsylvania Route 467
|Maintained by PennDOT|
|Length:||16.96 mi (27.29 km)|
|Existed:||1928 – present|
|West end:||PA 187 in Rome|
|East end:||PA 706 in Stevens Township|
Pennsylvania Route 467 (designated by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation as SR 467) is a 16.96-mile (27.29 km) long state highway located in Bradford County in Pennsylvania. The western terminus is at Route 187 near Rome in the hamlet of Myersburg. The eastern terminus is at Route 706 in Stevens Township near Stevensville.
Route 467 begins at an intersection with Route 187 (Rome Road) in the hamlet of Myersburg in Rome Township. The route progresses eastward on a bridge built in 1962 over Wysox Creek and enters a stretch of residences in Rome Township. After the intersections with Quadrant Route 1023 (Johnson Hill Road) and Joyce Road, Route 467 turns to the northeast and becomes more rural. After the intersection with Harmony Hill Road, the highway enters the hamlet of Allis Hollow. After the intersection with Ridge Road, Route 467 leaves the small community and makes a southeastern turn into Orwell Township. There, the highway intersects with Quadrant Route 1010 (Otis Hill Road), where Route 467 bends to the northeast. In Orwell Township, Route 467 turns eastward after crossing Johnson's Creek. The highway passes numerous residences before turning northeastward into the hamlet of Zion Heights and soon Wells Hollow.
In Wells Hollow, Route 467 remains rural, forking eastward at an intersection with Township Road 781 and Quadrant Route 1051. Route 467 follows Johnson's Creek eastward until the intersection with Amish Drive, where the route bends to the southeast into Pike Township. The highway remains rural, passing to the west of Quadrant Route 1049 (Leraysville Road), which soon intersects and merges into Route 467. The highway gains the moniker of Warren Road then Main Street before turning southward and enters the borough of Le Raysville. In Le Raysville, Route 467 heads southward, intersecting with Quadrant Route 1026 (East Street) in the center of town. At the intersection with 2nd Street, the highway leaves downtown Le Raysville but continues as Main Street until the intersection with Quadrant Route 1013 (Davis Road), where it shifts names to Allis Hollow Road. Route 467 turns turns to the southwest, entering the hamlet of Brushville, where it intersects with the eastern terminus of Quadrant Route 1010 (now named Allis Hollow Road as well). At that intersection, Route 467 turns to the south then southeast before changing to Le Raysville Road at the intersection with Helly Hill Road.
Route 467 maintains the southeastern progression, crossing through woodlands and fields for several miles and passing to the east of the Leisure Lakes. Paralleling Edwards Road and soon Quadrant Route 1013, Route 467 enters Stevens Township, curves to the southwest and intersects with Route 706 east of the borough of Stevensville. This serves as the eastern terminus of Route 467.
The entire route is in Bradford County.
|Rome||0.00||0.00||PA 187 (Rome Road) – Rome, Towanda||Hamlet of Myersburg|
|Stevens Township||16.96||27.29||PA 706 – Lawton, Camptown|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- Yahoo! Inc. Yahoo! Maps – Overview map of Pennsylvania Route 467 (Map). Cartography by Navteq. http://maps.yahoo.com/#mvt=m&lat=41.805843&lon=-76.244033&zoom=13&q1=41.830342%2C-76.350034&q2=41.864741%2C-76.237939&q3=41.765012%2C-76.162065. Retrieved July 9, 2011.
- "Structure Number: 080467001000520". National Bridge Inventory. United States Department of Transportation. Retrieved July 9, 2011.
- Microsoft. Bing Maps – Overview map of Pennsylvania Route 467 (Map). Cartography by Nokia. http://www.bing.com/maps/#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. Retrieved July 9, 2011.