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Oct 9, 2012 - The great road links of Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is home to 121,770 miles (195,970 km) of roadway, with 39,861 miles (64,150 km) of it owned by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, (PennDOT) making it the fifth largest state highway system in the United States.

You’ll have a lot to see while on Charter Bus PA as the Pennsylvania Turnpike system (America’s first super highway) is 535 miles (861 km) long, with the mainline portion stretching from Ohio to Philadelphia and New Jersey. Driving around can be tiring so, instead of driving the distance on your own, give Charter Bus PA a call to see if we can find you the charter bus, party bus, coach bus, mini bus, school us or entertainer coaches that is perfect for your trip.

The Allegheny Mountain Tunnel which carries traffic from the Pennsylvania Turnpike through the Allegheny Mountains is the longest of the five tunnels on the Pennsylvania Turnpike carrying interstate 70 and 76 consists of two tunnels that are approximately 6,070 feet (1,850 m) in length and are the longest tunnels still utilized by the turnpike. Charter Bus PA bus drivers know the routes like the back of their hands, just point them in the right direction and you will be well on your way.

Charter Bus PA customers may not know this but, the first tunnel was built in the 1930s at the cost of $2,672,188 while the second tunnel, which was necessary due to increasing traffic was built in the late 1950s at the cost of $8,237,272

Interstate 80, an major east–west route that runs from Ohio to New Jersey at the Delaware Water Gap while Interstate 90 links Ohio and New York through Erie County. Interstate 79 runs north-south from its terminus in Erie through Pittsburgh to West Virginia while Interstate 81 runs from New York through Scranton, Lackawanna County and Harrisburg to Maryland.

Meanwhile, Interstate 476, begins 7 miles (11 km) north of the Delaware border, in Chester, Delaware County and travels 132 miles (212 km) to Clarks Summit, Lackawanna County, where it joins Interstate 81. Just imagine yourself cruising along with your friends and family members, relaxing in the charter bus, coach bus, party bus, or passenger sleeper coaches provided by Charter Bus PA...simply luxurious in a charter bus.

PA is charming in a very personal and friendly level. The next time you’re traveling by coach with Charter Bus PA on the highway south of the main line of the Pennsylvania Turnpike do take a look out of the window and take in the view as the stretch is officially called the "Veterans Memorial Highway", commonly known to by locals as the "Blue Route". Such an unforgettable road trip can last you for a long time to come.