News

PennDOT raises speed limit on 2 interstates

PennDOT has raised the speed limit on two highways, starting Monday.

Motorists will then be able to go a maximum of 70 mph on two interstates as crews begin changing out signs.

The increased speed limit is part of a pilot program by PennDOT.

The 70 mph max speed will be in effect for the following areas:

* Interstate 80 from Exit 101 (DuBois) in Clearfield County to mile marker 189 in Clinton County (88-mile stretch) and
* Interstate 380 from Interstate 84 to north of Exit 8 (Tobyhanna exchange) in Monroe County (16 miles)

PennDOT will use data collected from the pilot locations while evaluating other 65-mph road sections for bumping up to the 70 mph speed limit in the spring or summer of 2015.

The speed limit increased from 65 to 70 mph as of July 22 on a portion of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (Interstate 276) from Blue Mountain (Interchange 201) to Morgantown (Interchange 298).


DISCLAIMER FOR COMMENTS: The views expressed by public comments are not those of this company or its affiliated companies. Please note by clicking on "Post" you acknowledge that you have read the TERMS OF USE  and the comment you are posting is in compliance with such terms. Your comments may be used on air. Be polite. Inappropriate posts or posts containing offsite links may be removed by the moderator.

Allentown, PA 18102

42°F

Broken Clouds

TONIGHT

34°F

  • %

This Week's Circulars

Top Stories

Latest from the newsroom

More from the Newsroom