UPDATE: PennDOT this morning expanded the list of roadways with a 45 mph speed limit.
- I-79 – Exit 105 to West Virginia Line
- I-80 – Ohio State Line to Clinton/Union County Line
- I-81 – Maryland State Line to I-78
- PA 28 – I-279 to US 422
- PA 283 (SR 300)
- PA 581
- US 30 – York & Lancaster County only (District 8
- US 15 – Maryland State Line to PA 581
- US 22 – Cambria/Indiana County Line to I-99 (District 9)
- US 22/322 – Perry/Juniata County Line to I-81 (District 8
- US 219
- US 222 – US 30 to Berks County Line (District 8
- PA Turnpike – Toll Road 43
- PA Turnpike – Toll Road 66
- PA Turnpike – I-76 (Ohio State Line to New Stanton, PA)
- PA Turnpike – I-376
- I-78 from I-81 to the Berks County Line
- US 22/322 from I-81 to State College
- US 322 from State College (US 22/322 split) to I-99
- PA Turnpike I-76 from Ohio to Carlisle
Our original story:
With another winter storm headed to the Northeast, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation today issued commercial vehicle bans ahead of the forecasted winter weather.
Beginning at 6 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, there will be a full commercial vehicle ban on I-70 in Bedford and Fulton Counties and on I-99. There will also be a ban on empty and double trailers on the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76) between New Stanton and Carlisle and on I-80 east of I-79 to I-99.
Those restrictions on empty and double trailers will expand at noon on Wednesday to the following roadways: I-78, I-81, I-83, I-84, I-176, I-180, I-276, I-283, I-295, I-380, I-476, I-676, SR 22 (I-78 to the NJ line) and SR 33.
At the same time, West Virginia’s Gov. Jim Justice is warning residents and travelers to be prepared for weather-related problems. In a release issued today, Justice warned: