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Historic Legislation Passed on June 8

 

2001

 

HB 103: An Act designating a portion of the Mon/Fayette Expressway, State Route 43, as the J. Barry Stout Expressway; designating a portion of the Mon/Fayette Expressway, State Route 43, as the James J. Manderino Memorial Highway; designating the twin bridges at milepost 45 of the Mon/Fayette Expressway as the Joe Montana Bridges; designating State Route 1077 in Donora Borough and Carroll Township, Washington County, as the Stan Musial Byway; designating a portion of State Route 24 in York County as the 24th Infantry Division Association Highway; designating a bridge on the Mon/Fayette Expressway as the Braddock’s Crossing Bridge; designating a portion of the Mon/Fayette Expressway, State Route 43, as the Medal of Honor Highway; designating State Route 65 as the 65th Infantry Division Memorial Highway; designating a certain bridge on State Route 1002 over French Creek in Venango Borough, Crawford County, as the Venango Veterans Memorial Bridge; designating Exit 10 in Harborcreek Township, Erie County, on Interstate 90 as the Trooper Matthew R. Bond Memorial Interchange; designating a portion of U.S. Route 62, Pennsylvania Route 8 in Venango County as the Colonel Francis S. Gabreski Highway; designating a portion of Kittanning Bypass in Armstrong County as the Henry Livengood Memorial Highway; designating a certain bridge on State Route 655 over the Juniata River as the Mapleton Area Veterans Memorial Bridge; designating a certain bridge on Interstate 79 over the Ohio River at Neville Island as the Pittsburgh Naval and Shipbuilders Memorial Bridge 1941-1945; designating the interchange of Interstate 79 and Interstate 90 in Erie County as the Charles D. Buzzanco Interchange; designating a bridge in the Borough of Renovo, Clinton County, as the Pennsylvania Railroad Bridge; designating portions of State highways in Luzerne County as the James A. Musto Bypass; designating a bridge on Interstate Route 476 over the Schuylkill River, Conshohocken Road and State Route 23 in West Conshohocken and Plymouth Townships, Montgomery County, as the Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge; and designating a portion of Pennsylvania Route 8 in Allegheny County as the Rick Cessar Highway.

 

Approved by Governor Tom Ridge

 

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