Pennsylvania to Colorado freight shipping

FreightCenter makes it affordable to ship freight from Pennsylvania to Colorado using our simple quoting and booking process. Take just a few minutes to use our quoting and booking process which will allow you to get instant freight rates from the leading shipping companies. Whether you’re shipping by rail, truckload, intermodal or LTL, freight shipping from Pennsylvania to Colorado is easier than ever with FreightCenter and is guaranteed to bring you the most competitive freight rates. 

Pennsylvania freight shipping

Pennsylvania freight shipping map

Pennsylvania operates twenty-three Interstate Highways. Twelve of the interstate highways are primary routes. The other eleven highways are auxiliary routes. The interstate highways account for one thousand nine hundred and fifty-three miles. These miles make up three percent of all the roadways in the state. Almost one in four cars in daily traffic is on the interstate system. Here is the list of current interstate highways in use in Pennsylvania,

Interstate 70 or I-70 runs from West Virginia through the state and exits into Maryland

Interstate 76 or I-76 runs from Ohio through Pennsylvania and exits into New Jersey

Interstate 78 or I-78 runs from Union Township to New Jersey

Interstate 79 or I-79 runs from the West Virginia border to Bayfront Parkway in Erie

Interstate 80 or I-80 runs from Ohio through the state and exits into New Jersey

Interstate 81 or I-81 runs from the Maryland Border to the New York Border

Interstate 83or I-83 runs from Maryland to Harrisburg

Interstate 84 or I-84 runs from Dumore to the New York Border

Interstate 86 or I-86 runs from Greenfield Township to New York

Interstate 90 or I-90 runs from Ohio to New York through Pennsylvania

Interstate 95 or I-95 runs from Delaware to New Jersey

Interstate 99 or I-99 runs from Bedford to Bellefonte

Pennsylvania’s auxiliary highways are as short as a mile and a half. They can also be as long as one hundred and thirty-two miles. They currently maintain ten auxiliary routes and have three additional ones proposed. Here is a list of the current active routes,

Interstate 176 or I-176 runs from Morgantown to Reading

Interstate 180 or I-180 runs from Williamsport to Milton

Interstate 276 or I-276 runs from King of Prussia to New Jersey

Interstate 279 or I-279 runs from Pittsburg to Franklin Park

Interstate 283 or I-283 runs from Highspire to Harrisburg

Interstate 376 or I-376 runs from Shenango Township to Monroeville

Interstate 380 or I-380 runs from Tunkhannock Township to Dunmore

Interstate 476 or I-476 runs from Woodlyn to Clarks Summit

Interstate 579 or I-579 runs from Pittsburg to I-279

Interstate 676 or I-676 runs from I-76 in Philadelphia to I-676 in Philadelphia

 Shipping products throughout Pennsylvania using freight services will use the interstate highways. These routes help reduce delivery times between destinations such as city to city and state to state. 


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Colorado freight shipping

Colorado Freight Shipping MapColorado is a state with a landscape of mostly mountains. Often times, severe and unpredictable weather can make trucking dangerous, along with harsh winters and steep roads. However, most Colorado shipping is still done by truck. The economy in Colorado is driven by various industries including agriculture, drilling, mining, meat production and manufacturing. By comparison, there is a small number of goods moving through the state, so low prices for Colorado freight shipping may be hard to find, especially in the winter. On the contrary, shipping goods out of the state is typically more economical than shipping goods in. LTL shipping is made affordable because the majority of the state’s freight shipping is done by truck rather than rail or even air.