The following various sections of public roads shall, respectively, be adopted by
the Commonwealth as a State highway, to be constructed and maintained at the expense
of the Commonwealth under the provisions of present or future laws governing State
highways, except as hereinafter provided:
Beginning at a point in the city of Pittsburgh, at the south end of the Point Bridge
on Carson Street, west; thence along Carson Street, west, to Smithfield Street;
thence along Carson Street, east, to the line between the city of Pittsburgh and Baldwin
Township; thence over a section of improved county road in Baldwin Township, known
as the Carson Street East Extension, to the line between Baldwin Township and the
city of Pittsburgh; thence over Baldwin Road to an intersection with Riverton Street;
thence along Riverton Street to an intersection with Mifflin Street, which is a continuation
of the Glenwood Bridge,--a distance of about 6.1 miles.
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