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|Maintained by PennDOT|
|Length:||98.0 mi (157.7 km)|
|Existed:||1927 – present|
|South end:||Anderson Street in Pittsburgh|
I-279 / I-579 in Pittsburgh
PA 8 in Etna
I-76 / Penna Turnpike near Harmar
US 422 in Kittanning
PA 66 in New Bethlehem
US 322 / PA 36 in Brookville
I-80 near Brookville
|North end:||US 219 in Brockway|
|Counties:||Allegheny, Butler, Armstrong, Clarion, Jefferson|
|Length:||3.3 mi (5.3 km)|
Pennsylvania Route 28 (PA 28) is a major state highway which runs for 98 miles (158 km) from Anderson Street in Pittsburgh to U.S. Route 219 in Brockway in the U.S. state of Pennsylvania. From Pittsburgh to Kittanning it is a 44.5 mile long limited access expressway named the Alexander H. Lindsay Memorial Highway or the Allegheny Valley Expressway.
Route 28 begins adjacent to Downtown Pittsburgh at the I-279/I-579 interchange and travels north/northwest along the northern bank of the Allegheny River. Until recently the route was a surface street for the first two miles until the 40th Street Bridge and then an expressway from 40th Street to Kittanning. Upgrades in 2013 made it a limited-access highway throughout its 44.5 miles in the Pittsburgh metropolitan area from the route's start at Interstate 279 to Rayburn Township, Armstrong County, with Governor Tom Corbett attending the completion ceremony on November 17, 2014.
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