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PA Route 653 Route information Maintained by PennDOT Length: 26 mi[1] (42 km) Existed: 1928 – present Major junctions West end: PA 381 in Springfield Township.   PA 281 from Middlecreek Township. to New Centerville East end: US 219 in Garrett Location Counties: Fayette, Somerset Highway system Pennsylvania State Routes Minor • Legislative ← PA 652 PA 654 → Pennsylvania Route 653 is an 26-mile (42 km) long state highway located in Fayette and Somerset counties in Pennsylvania. The western terminus is at PA 381 in Springfield Township. The eastern terminus is at US 219 in Garrett. Major intersections County Location Mile Roads intersected Notes Fayette Normalville 0.0 PA 381 (Mill Run Road) Western terminus Somerset New Lexington PA 281 south West end of PA 281 concurrency New Centerville PA 281 north (Main Street) East end of PA 281 concurrency Garrett US 219 Eastern terminus 1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi PA 653 Truck PA Route 653 Truck Location: Rockwood, Pennsylvania Length: 1.4 mi[2] (2.3 km) Pennsylvania Route 653 Truck is a 1.4 mi (2.3 km) truck route east of Rockwood. The highway was created to bypass a bridge over Coxes Creek.[citation needed] Although the structure was replaced in 1999,[3] the route remains signed.[2] The road deviates from its parent by heading north along Water Level Road. The route makes a turn southeast and then crosses the creek before rejoining Route 653 after travelling along State Route 3019.[2][4][5] References ^ Pennsylvania Highways - Pennsylvania Route 653 ^ a b c Google, Inc. Google Maps – overview of Pennsylvania Route 653 Truck [map]. Cartography by Google, Inc. Retrieved 2010-07-12. ^ National Bridge Inventory database, 2009 ^ ADC Map (2003). Pennsylvania State Road Atlas [map]. ^ PennDOT (2010). Somerset County, Pennsylvania Highway Map [map]. Retrieved 2010-07-13. This Pennsylvania road-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e