Interstate 80 East in Pennsylvania
These are from Kevin Weed in March 2016. I have distant relatives
that have held family reunions out here since I was in high school.
I just have not been able to go to them. Otherwise I would have had
photos from here since 1987. State Line. Welcome to
Pennsylvania. Like I said earlier, I-80 won't
see a metro area again until New Jersey as it serves no towns/cities
substantial size anywhere in the state, therefore making it a
relatively rural Interstate. I-80 runs through the northern half of
Pennsylvania and the western half of the drive is relatively flat
minimal long gradual slopes but as you get to about half way through
the state, you really start to get into the ups and downs of
Appalachia. There have apparently been a few attempts by the state
PA to toll I-80, but they have yet to be successful in doing so
already runs as their turnpike).
Mile 15. Mercer exit. This is about as much up and down as it
in the western half of the state.
Mile 17. As the sign says I-79 runs from Erie up north into
Pittsburgh about 50 miles south although I-79 continues on to
Charleston, West Virginia where it meets and ends at I-77.
I80 East in
I95 South in
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