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PA Route 214 Route information Maintained by PennDOT Length: 10.6 mi[1] (17 km) Existed: 1961 – present Major junctions West end: PA 616 in Seven Valleys East end: PA 74 in Dallastown Location Counties: York Highway system Roads in Pennsylvania Interstate • US • State • Legislative ← PA 213 PA 215 → Pennsylvania Route 214 (PA 214) is an 10-mile (16 km) long state highway located in York county in Pennsylvania. The western terminus is at PA 616 in Seven Valleys. The eastern terminus is at PA 74 in Dallastown. Route description PA 214 begins at an intersection with PA 616 in North Codorus Township, heading southeast on two-lane undivided Main Street into Seven Valleys. The route crosses the South Branch Codorus Creek and passes businesses, crossing under the York County Heritage Rail Trail before turning northeast onto Church Street. The road passes several homes before turning north and then northeast again to run immediately to the southeast of the rail trail, entering agricultural areas. PA 214 leaves Seven Valleys for Springfield Township and becomes Valley Road, heading farther to the east from the rail trail as it passes through a mix of farmland and woodland. The route makes a curve to the east and passes rural areas of residences before passing more farms and turning south onto Reynolds Mill Road. The road heads through agricultural areas with some woods and homes before making a sharp turn to the east.[1][2] At this point, PA 214 enters a mix of farmland and residential subdivisions, with the route splitting from Reynolds Mill Road by becoming West Ore Street and entering Loganville. Here, the road passes more homes and crosses Main Street. After this, the road crosses back into Springfield Township and becomes Dunkard Valley Road as it runs past more farms, crossing under I-83. Here, the route turns northeast into agricultural areas with patches of homes and woodland, crossing the East Branch Codorus Creek into York Township. PA 214 continues north on Hess Farm Road, turning east onto South Pleasant Avenue. The road turns north through more rural areas with increasing residential development. PA 214 continues into Dallastown and passes homes as it reaches its eastern terminus at PA 74.[1][2] Major intersections The entire route is in York County. Location Mile[1] Roads intersected Notes Seven Valleys 0.0 PA 616 (Main Street) Western terminus Loganville 5.0 Susquehanna Trail Dallastown 10.6 PA 74 (Main Street) Eastern terminus 1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi References ^ a b c d Google, Inc. Google Maps – overview of Pennsylvania Route 214 [map]. Cartography by Google, Inc. Retrieved February 25, 2011. ^ a b PennDOT (2011). York County, Pennsylvania Highway Map [map]. Retrieved February 22, 2011.