Pennsylvania Route 282 is a relatively short road, covering only 11.9 miles (19.2 km) of the state in Chester County. It runs from PA 82 in West Nantmeal Township (its primary route) to the route’s junction with U.S. Route 30 Business further southeast, in Downingtown. Route 282 is also one of the state routes in the country that has not been re-aligned since its designation and subsequent paving in 1928. It runs alongside some forests and wooded areas along the way, but also covers areas adjacent to Springton Manor Farm, Marsh Creek State Park, and Struble Trail.
Due to its route through forested areas of Pennsylvania, the road serves as a way to enjoy the bountiful foliage and beautiful scenery throughout the year. Despite that, the road runs through pretty sparsely populated territory. The biggest town you’ll find along it is Downingtown, which only has a population of about 7900.
Our Pennsylvania Route 282 highway marker replica lets you relive your journeys down this scenic highway. We’ve made it following the exact 1961 Pennsylvania standards for state highway signs, which are still in use in the present day. This non-reflective sign can spruce up any room in the house, or outside. Show it off proudly in your bar, office, man cave, garage, or anywhere else needing a dose of Penna charm.
Our Pennsylvania Route 282 sign is flat printed in the USA on heavy 14-gauge steel. Its glossy, non-reflective coating can withstand the elements, rain or shine, for years to come. We offer this sign in four sizes, with mounting holes pre-drilled for your convenience:
- 12 in. x 9.6 in.
- 20 in. × 16 in.
- 30 in. × 24 in. (the actual size of these signs as used in the field)
- 40 in. × 32 in.
Like all of our signs, we can fully customize this one to meet your needs! We can offer it in sizes not listed here, or with a different route number. We can also make almost any kind of road sign you can think of, be it from Pennsylvania or elsewhere. To get started on your custom order, contact Jake today!