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Interstate 84 Pennsylvania

Highway Information

Miles 54.55
Counties Traveled
Through
Lackawanna, Wayne,
Pike
Cities Scranton
Major Junctions Interstate 81

Interstate 380
(Exit 4)

OKRoads Coverage
Miles Driven
by OKRoads
(Percentage)
55 (100%)
Western End of
Interstate Driven
Interstate 81
Eastern End of
Interstate Driven
New York State Line

Pictures

Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 begin at Interstate 81. A return ramp to Interstate 81 South is provided as motorists from Pennsylvania 347 (which is less than one mile behind this photo) use the same ramp to the southbound interstate. To the left are the mainline southbound lanes of Interstate 81. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South at Interstate 81 South - Wilkes-Barre. The city is 22 miles to the southwest. U.S. 6 is given precedence on the pull-through panels prior to its left-hand ramp departure ahead. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The ramp to U.S. 6 East leaves the mainline as Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South finally prepare to exit the massive interchange at Interstate 81. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South approaching Exit 1 - Tigue Street - 1/2 mile. To the left is the U.S. 6 East ramp. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South approaching Exit 1 - Tigue Street - 1/4 mile. Tigue Street is a short connector between Interstate 84/Interstate 380 and Drinker Street to the west. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South at Exit 1 - Tigue Street. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South approaching Exit 2 - Pennsylvania 435 South - 1 mile. Pennsylvania 435 runs along part of what was U.S. 611 between Scranton and Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 435 ends near Exit 13 of Interstate 380. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South approaching Exit 2 - Pennsylvania 435 South - 1/2 mile. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South at Exit 2 - Pennsylvania 435 South - Elmhurst. Elmhurst township is home to 838 people. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South approaching Exit 4 - Interstate 380 South - 1 mile. From the upcoming interchange, Interstate 380 travels 24 more miles to Interstate 80 near Pocono Summit. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
An extra lane forms on the left as Interstate 84 and Interstate 380 prepare to split. Milford is 45 miles to the east near the Pennsylvania-New Jersey state line. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East and Interstate 380 South at Exit 4 - Interstate 380 South - Mount Pocono. Unfortunately, this picture turned out a bit blurry but we can still see the general idea of what the signage looks like. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 8 - Pennsylvania 247/Pennsylvania 348 - 2 miles. Many signs on Interstate 84 retain their original button-copy. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 8 - Pennsylvania 247/Pennsylvania 348 - 1 mile. Pennsylvania 348 runs east-west parallel to Interstate 84. Pennsylvania 247 does not directly meet Interstate 84; one must head north toward Pennsylvania 348 to the northbound beginning of Pennsylvania 247. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 8 - Pennsylvania 247/Pennsylvania 348 - Mount Cobb/Hamlin. Head east on Pennsylvania 348 and eventually Pennsylvania 590 to Hamlin. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use any of the next three exits to Lake Wallenpaupack. The lake provides 52 miles of shoreline along the Wayne-Pike county line. For visitors information on the lake and surrounding area, visit the Hawley-Lake Wallenpaupack Chamber of Commerce website. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 17 - Pennsylvania 191 - 2 miles. The state highway provides a north-south connection from U.S. 22 in Bethlehem to the New York state line. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Take Pennsylvania 191 north for 20 miles to Honesdale borough, population 4,874. Exit 17 is the only Interstate 84 interchange within Wayne County. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 17 - Pennsylvania 191 - 1 mile. Hamlin is added to the final two advance signs for the interchange. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 17 - Pennsylvania 191 - Hamlin/Newfoundland. Pennsylvania 191 begins a short duplex with Pennsylvania 196 one mile to the northwest. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 20 - Pennsylvania 507 - 2 miles. Pennsylvania 507 skirts the eastern shore of Lake Wallenpaupack from Interstate 84 north to Hawley. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Pennsylvania 507 north to the Claws 'N' Paws Animal Park, where 300 animals from 120 species make their home. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 20 - Pennsylvania 507 - 1 mile. The state highway is 27.7 miles long from Interstate 380 near Gouldsboro to U.S. 6 south of Hawley. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 20 - Pennsylvania 507 - Lake Wallenpaupack/Greentown. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The only rest area directly off Interstate 84 Eastbound in Pennsylvania is located near mile marker 25. One mile to the west of it, we are informed that tourist information and a weigh station are also available. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 26 - Pennsylvania 390 - 2 miles. Pennsylvania 390 makes up 25.3 miles between Pennsylvania 940 east of Mount Pocono and Pennsylvania 507. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching the Pike County rest area, weigh station, and tourist information center - Next Right. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at the Pike County rest area and weigh station. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 26 - Pennsylvania 390 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 26 - Pennsylvania 390 - Tafton. Just minutes to the south lies the Promised Land State Park and Lake Paupack. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 30 - Pennsylvania 402 - 2 miles. Pennsylvania 402 is the most direct north-south highway through central Pike County. The state highway meets its northern terminus at U.S. 6 five miles north of Exit 30. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Use Pennsylvania 402 South to Pecks Pond. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 30 - Pennsylvania 402 - 1 mile. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 30 - Pennsylvania 402 - Blooming Grove/Porters Lake. Blooming Grove is set along Gumbletown Road, which is just north of Interstate 84 and west of Pennsylvania 402. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 34 - Pennsylvania 739 - 2 miles. Pennsylvania 739 is another state highway that stays in rural but scenic territory throughout Pike County. It connects U.S. 6 with U.S. 209 in Dingmans Ferry, a distance of 18.8 miles. A toll bridge just east of U.S. 209 provides access to New Jersey near Layton. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 34 - Pennsylvania 739 - 1 mile. Dingmans Ferry is 14 miles to the southeast of the upcoming exit. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 34 - Pennsylvania 739 - Lords Valley/Dingmans Ferry. Lords Valley is just to the north. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 46 - U.S. 6 - 2 miles. There are 12 miles separating exits in eastern Pike County, one of the longest non-turnpike exit-less stretches of interstate in the Northeast. The final two exits in Pennsylvania provide access to U.S. 6, which closely follows Interstate 84 through New York and Connecticut. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Commercial vehicle drivers are warned that U.S. 209 south of Milford is closed to commercial vehicles as the federal highway travels through the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Overall, the area encompasses nearly 70,000 acres of land and 40 miles of the Delaware River. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 46 - U.S. 6 - 1 mile. Milford borough is home to 1,104 residents and Milford township has a population of 1,292. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 46 - U.S. 6 - Milford. Downtown Milford is 2.5 miles to the southeast. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 53 - U.S. 6/U.S. 209 - 2 miles. The federal highways duplex between Milford and Port Jervis, New York, a distance of 7.5 miles. Much of the duplex is sandwiched between Interstate 84 to the north and the Delaware River to the south. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
A Pennsylvania welcome center is located on the northeast quadrant of Exit 53, which is now 1 1/2 miles ahead. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
The next rest area is 18 miles ahead near Middletown, New York. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching Exit 53 - U.S. 6/U.S. 209 - 1 mile. Matamoras borough is home to 2,312 people. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East at Exit 53 - U.S. 6/U.S. 209 - Matamoras. This is the final exit on eastbound Interstate 84 with mileage-based exit numbers, as New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts all use sequential exit numbers. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching New York Exit 1 - U.S. 6/New Jersey 23 - 1 1/2 miles. New Jersey 23 begins about 100 feet south of the Exit 1 off-ramp. Interstate 84 itself comes within 500 feet of entering the Garden State as it crosses the Delaware River. The exit is in New York, the state highway the exit serves is New Jersey, and the first two advance signs on eastbound are in Pennsylvania. The two signs in New York for Exit 1 on eastbound Interstate 84 sign New Jersey 23 differently, as the Interstate 84 New York guide shows. (Photo taken 7/9/05)
Interstate 84 East approaching New York Exit 1 - U.S. 6/New Jersey 23 - 1 mile. The faded green sign below the BGS says "Delaware River," which Interstate 84 is about to cross into New York. (Photo taken 7/9/05)

Page created: January 07, 2006
Last updated: January 08, 2006