Pennsylvania  to Washington freight shipping

Freight shipping from Pennsylvania to Washington is easier than ever with FreightCenter. Our simple quoting and booking process will enable you to get instant freight rates from all the top shipping companies and start booking your freight shipments in a few short minutes. FreightCenter makes it affordable to ship freight from Pennsylvania to Washington by LTL, truckload, rail, or intermodal with our guaranteed competitive freight rates.

Pennsylvania freight shipping

Pennsylvania freight shipping map

Pennsylvania has sixty-seven counties that make up their commonwealth. The earliest county established was Bucks County. The latest county established was Lackawanna County in eighteen seventy-eight.  Montour County is the smallest county with only one hundred and thirty two square miles. The largest county is Lycoming County with one thousand two hundred and forty-four square miles. Counties in Pennsylvania range in population from five thousand to one million five hundred thousand people. Here are the counties in the state

Philadelphia County (population over one million five hundred thousand)

Allegheny County (population over one million two hundred thousand)

Montgomery County (population over seven hundred ninety-nine thousand)

Bucks County (population over six hundred twenty-five thousand)

Delaware County (population over five hundred fifty-eight thousand)

Lancaster County (population over five hundred nineteen thousand)

Chester County (population over four hundred ninety-eight thousand)

York County (population over four hundred thirty-four thousand)

Berks County (population over four hundred eleven thousand)

Westmoreland County (population over three hundred sixty-five thousand)

Lehigh County (population over three hundred forty-nine thousand)

Luzerne County (population over three hundred twenty thousand)

Northampton County (population over two hundred ninety-seven thousand)

Erie County (population over two hundred eighty thousand)

Dauphin County (population over two hundred sixty-eight thousand)

Cumberland County (population over two hundred thirty-five thousand)

Lackawanna County (population over two hundred fourteen thousand)

Washington County (population over two hundred seven thousand)

Butler County (population over one hundred eighty-three thousand)

Beaver County (population over one hundred seventy thousand)

Monroe County (population over one hundred sixty-nine thousand)

Centre County (population over one hundred fifty-three thousand)

Franklin County (population over one hundred forty-nine thousand)

Schuylkill County (population over one hundred forty-eight thousand)

Cambria County (population over one hundred forty-three thousand)

Fayette County (population over one hundred thirty-six thousand)

Lebanon County (population over one hundred thirty-three thousand)

Blair County (population over one hundred twenty-seven thousand)

Mercer County (population over one hundred sixteen thousand)

Lycoming County (population over one hundred sixteen thousand)

Adams County (population over one hundred and one thousand)

Northumberland County (population over ninety-four thousand)

Lawrence County (population over ninety-one thousand)

Indiana County (population over eighty-eight thousand)

Crawford County (population over eighty-eight thousand)

Clearfield County (population over eighty-one thousand)

Somerset County (population over seventy-seven thousand)

Armstrong County (population over sixty-eight thousand)

Columbia County (population over sixty-seven thousand)

Carbon County (population over sixty-five thousand)

Bradford County (population over sixty-two thousand)

Pike County (population over fifty-seven thousand)

Venango County (population over fifty-four thousand)

Wayne County (population over fifty-two thousand)

Bedford County (population over forty-nine thousand)

Mifflin County (population over forty-six thousand)

Perry County (population over forty-five thousand)

Huntingdon County (population over forty-five thousand)

Jefferson County (population over forty-five thousand)

Union County (population overforty-four thousand)

McKean County (population over forty-three thousand)

Susquehanna County (population over thirty-nine thousand)

Tioga County (population over forty-one thousand)

Warren County (population over forty-one  thousand)

Clarion County (population over thirty-nine thousand)

Snyder County (population over thirty-nine thousand)

Clinton County (population over thirty-nine thousand)

Greene County (population over thirty-eight thousand)

Elk County (population over thirty-one thousand)

Wyoming County (population over twenty-eight thousand)

Juniata County (population over twenty-four thousand)

Montour County (population under eighteen thousand)

Potter County (population under seventeen thousand)

Fulton County (population under fourteen thousand)

Forest County (population over seven thousand)

Sullivan County (population over six thousand)

Cameron County (population over five thousand)

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Washington freight shipping

Washington Freight Shipping MapWashington is located in the Pacific Northwest and borders both the Pacific Ocean and Canada. Much of the terrain consists of rugged mountain ranges. Agriculture is a major industry in the state, which also boasts an extremely busy international port. Heavy snows during the winter can close some mountain passes, making some roads difficult to travel during these months. An extended network of waterways allows for Washington freight to move by water when possible. Most rail lines also connect to the busy ports, allowing for Washington shipping rates to remain low and reasonable. LTL freight is usually affordable due to the volume of goods moving through the state.