Uniontown, Pennsylvania, USA

🇺🇸 Uniontown is a city in Fayette County, Pennsylvania, United States, 46 miles (74 km) south-east of Pittsburgh and part of the Greater Pittsburgh Region. It is the county seat and largest city of Fayette County. Uniontown is an important crossroads in Fayette County. The main route around town is a stretch of freeway bypass, the George Marshall Parkway, which is composed of parts of US 40 and US 119. US 119 enters the area as a two-lane route from Morgantown, West Virginia, and provides the northern half of the bypass before becoming a four-lane route to Connellsville. US 40 enters the region as a two-lane route from Brownsville. It serves as the southern half of the freeway before becoming a mountainous route through rural parts of the county and enters Maryland and reaches Interstate 68. The old portions of US 40, now signed as Business 40, serve the downtown area. PA 51, a main four-lane route to Pittsburgh, and PA 21, which connects Fayette County with Greene County and Waynesburg, both terminate in Uniontown. PA 43, part of the Mon-Fayette Expressway project to connect Pittsburgh with Morgantown, West Virginia is complete around the Uniontown area. Uniontown was the birthplace of the McDonald's Big Mac sandwich.

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Uniontown has a population of over 10,372 people. Uniontown also forms the centre of the wider Fayette County which has a population of over 136,606 people.

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