SUPPLEMENTING AN ACT CREATING STATE HIGHWAYS
                 Act of Jul. 18, 1941, P.L. 410, No. 158              Cl. 36
                               A SUPPLEMENT

     To the act, approved the twenty-second day of June, one thousand
        nine hundred and thirty-one (Pamphlet Laws, five hundred
        ninety-four), entitled, "An act establishing certain township
        roads as State highways; authorizing their construction,
        maintenance, and improvement under certain conditions and
        restrictions; limiting the obligation of the Commonwealth in
        the construction of certain structures located on such
        highways; conferring certain powers upon the Department of
        Highways and local authorities, persons, associations and
        corporations for sharing the cost of the maintenance and
        construction of such highways; and making an appropriation to
        carry out the provisions of said act", establishing
        additional routes to be used as a part of the national
        defense program in the County of Cambria.

        The General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
     hereby enacts as follows:

        Section 1.  In addition to the township roads adopted as
     State highways in the County of Cambria by the act to which this
     is a supplement the following sections of township road in said
     county, connecting the Johnstown Municipal Airport, which is
     included as a part of the national defense program, with
     existing State highways, are hereby adopted, to be taken over
     and to be maintained and constructed at the expense of the
     Commonwealth upon the terms and conditions and subject to the
     limitations and conditions provided in the act to which this is
     a supplement:
        Beginning at a point on Route 276 near the Conemaugh-Richland
     Township line, thence in a southerly and southeasterly direction
     through Richland Township to a point on Route 11012 near Sandy
     Run in Cambria County, a distance of about 1.7 miles.
        Beginning at a point on Route 11012 about 2.0 miles east of
     its intersection with the Conemaugh-Richland Township line,
     thence in a northeasterly direction through Richland Township to
     a road intersection in Cambria County, a distance of about 0.9
     of a mile.