The largest city in the northeastern part of the Commonwealth was the center of coal production in the Anthricite region.  It not only shares that history with its closest neighbor, Wilkes-Barre, but also an intertwined highway system serving both cities.  The area has two high-speed routes that service it, one free in Interstate 81 and the other toll in the Pennsylvania Turnpike's Northeast Extension otherwise known as Interstate 476.  Discover more about these highways of "coal country" as well as others that call this area home.

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348-4178
208-4240/E-MAIL

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