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America’s First Coast to Coast Main Street

The Lincoln Highway was established from New York City to San Francisco during the start of the automobile travel boom. Established by the national Lincoln Highway Association in 1913 it became America’s first coast-to-coast Main Street.

Across York County today, the Lincoln Highway original route follows state route PA 462 from the Susquehanna River west through West York and then U.S. 30 further west to the York County border at Abbottstown.

Lincoln Highway York PA is dedicated to the promotion and preservation of our Lincoln Highway transportation heritage throughout south central Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania Lincoln Highway Resources