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Central Scranton Expressway

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Existed:  1964 – present
Length  1.4 km
East end:  I-81 in Scranton
Constructed  1964
Central Scranton Expressway
West end:  US 11 / PA 307 in Scranton

Central scranton expressway northbound alternate take

The Central Scranton Expressway is a short freeway southeast of downtown Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, United States. It runs from U.S. Route 11 (US 11) and Pennsylvania Route 307 (PA 307) at the Spruce Street Bridge over Roaring Brook near downtown east to Interstate 81 (I-81). It carries unsigned State Route 3022.


Map of Scranton Expy, Scranton, PA, USA

The expressway was built in 1964, using a portion of the former Lackawanna and Wyoming Valley Railroad right-of-way passing beneath the Harrison Avenue Bridge.

Central scranton expressway northbound

Route description

The Central Scranton Expressway begins at an interchange with US 11, PA 307, and Cedar Avenue in Scranton, heading to the southeast on a four-lane freeway. The road runs between residential neighborhoods to the southwest and Roaring Brook to the northeast. The freeway passes under Harrison Avenue before ending at an interchange with I-81.

Exit list

The entire route is in Scranton, Lackawanna County.


Central Scranton Expressway Wikipedia

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