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Pennsylvania Route 249 is an 22-mile (35 km) long state highway
located in Tioga county in Pennsylvania. The southern terminus is
at PA 287 in Middlebury Township. The northern terminus is the New
York state line north of Knoxville.The portion of Route 249 from
Route 49 in Knoxville to the New York state line near Austinburg
was originally designated as Route 149 from 1928 until 1946, when
it was replaced by an extended Route 249. Depending on the state,
state highway may be used for one meaning and state road or state
route for the other. A third meaning, used in some countries such
as New Zealand, uses the word "state" in its sense of a nation. By
this meaning a state highway is a road maintained and numbered by
the national government rather than local authorities.
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