PennDOT lifts speed restrictions on roadways across southeastern Pa. following latest winter storm

PennDOT says while crews are treating roadways, their primary goal is to keep roads passable.
PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) -- The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has lifted its 45 mph speed limit restrictions that were in place Saturday across southeast Pennsylvania due to the latest winter storm.

Officials say Tier 3 vehicle restrictions remain in place on several interstates.

  • I-295 from I-95 to the New Jersey state line.

  • I-76 (Schuylkill Expressway) from the New Jersey state line to PA Turnpike;

  • I-95 from the Delaware state line to New Jersey state line;

  • I-276 full length;

  • I-476 from I-95 to I-78; and

  • I-676 full length.


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PennDOT says while crews are treating roadways, their primary goal is to keep roads passable.

Individuals can check plow truck statuses and travel alerts along a specific route using the "Check My Route" tool.

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