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About Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania is the 33rd-largest, the 6th-most populous, and the 9th-most densely populated of the 50 United States. The state’s five most populous cities are Philadelphia (1,560,297), Pittsburgh (305,801), Allentown (118,577), Erie (100,671), and Reading (89,893). The state capital, and its ninth-largest city, is Harrisburg. Pennsylvania has 140 miles (225 km) of shoreline along Lake Erie and the Delaware Estuary.

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Shipping a Car in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has 121,770 miles of roadway within its state lines. The state is home to 23 Interstate Highways and have a combined length of 1,953 miles. There are 12 primary interstate highways and 11 auxiliary highways, making up 3% of all the roadway lane miles in Pennsylvania. Interstate 79 and Interstate 81 are the primary north-south highways in the state. I-79 runs 182.72 miles from I-79 at the West Virginia border in Perry Township to the Bayfront Parkway in Erie. I-81 stretches 232.63 miles from I-81 at the Maryland border in Greencastle to I-81 at the New York border near Hallstead. The primary east-west highways are Interstate 80 and Interstate 90. I-80 is 311.07 miles long and runs from I-80 at the Ohio border in Shenango Township to I080 at the New Jersey border in the Delaware Water Gap. I-90 is one of the shorter highways, stretching only 46.4 miles from I-90 at the Ohio border in Springfield Township to I-90 at the New York border in North East Township. The Pennsylvania Turnpike is another commonly used east-west route in Pennsylvania. The turnpike begins at the Ohio state line in Lawerence County, and stretches 360 miles across the state before ending at the New Jersey border at the Delaware River-Turnpike Toll Bridge.

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Shipping a Car in Alabama

Alabama has 11 Interstate Highways existing either partially or entirely within its state lines. These six major interstate routes and five auxiliary routes total 1,130 miles of roadway in Alabama. The longest of these interstates is Interstate 65 at 367 miles. I-65 is a major north-south route, beginning in the south at I-10 in Mobile, AL and ending at I-65 at the Tennessee state line near Ardmore, AL. Interstate 59 enters the state in the west at the Mississippi state line near Cuba, AL and runs 241.36 miles toward the northeast before leaving the state at the Georgia state line. Interstate 85 begins in Montgomery, AL at I-65/US 82 interchange, and leaves the state at the Georgia state line near Valley, AL. Interstate 20 is the longest east-west primary interstate in Alabama, stretching 214.7 miles from I-20 at the Mississippi state border near Cuba, AL to I-20 at the Georgia state line near Lebanon, AL. Interstate 22 also runs east-west from the Mississippi state line to I-65 in Birmingham, AL. Interstate 10 enters the state in the west at the Mississippi state line near Grand Bay, AL and continues east until leaving the state at I-10 at the Florida state line at the Perdido River. In addition to the state’s interstates, it also has 19 U.S. Highways. The longest U.S. Highway in the state is US 31, which runs north-south for 386.449 miles. US 31 begins in the south at US 90 in Spanish Fort, AL and continues north to I-65/US 31 at the Tennessee state line near Ardmore. The state of Alabama has only four toll roads in the state: Montgomery Expressway, Tuscaloosa Bypass, Emerald Mountain Expressway, and Beach Express.