Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission (PTC)

Description

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission maintains and operates a 550-mile tolled highway network also known as the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The Pennsylvania Turnpike 'Mainline' - I-76 - is a key transportation route within the state and a vital link in the transportation network of the eastern United States. The Turnpike contains 57 fare-collection facilities, 21 service plazas and two traveler information centers, 21 maintenance facilities, 8 State Police barracks, and 5 tunnels. For more information, visit the PTC's website (http://www.paturnpike.com). 

The Turnpike Mainline provides one of three primary east-west interstate corridors transiting the southwestern Pennsylvania region, along with I-70 and I-376. I-76 also provides the northern connection of a regional interstate beltway circumnavigating the Pittsburgh urbanized area.

Associated Inventory

PTC Field Devices
PTC Maintenance and Construction Vehicles
PTC Offices
PTC Service Plazas
PTC Toll Facilities
PTC Traffic Operations Center (PTC Ops Center)