The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has reopened indoor facilities at five additional rest areas that had been previously closed because of the COVIC-19 coronavirus.
PennDOT’s rest areas were closed statewide on March 17.
Additional cleaning and maintenance will be performed at all reopened locations, according to a statement from PennDOT.
The following locations reopened Monday, April 6:
- Interstate 79 eastbound in Washington County, 3.5 miles east of Exit 1
- Interstate 81 northbound in Franklin County, 1 mile north of the Maryland state line
- Interstate 81 southbound in Susquehanna County, .5 miles south of the New York state line
- Interstate 90 westbound in Erie County, .5 miles west of the New York state line
The rest area on U.S. 15 southbound in Tioga County, 7 miles south of the New York state line was to reopen today, Tuesday, April 7.