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PennDOT Regional Offices

August 18, 2017
By: Jackie O'Brien DeTrano

PennDOT Regional Offices

Did you know PennDOT has Regional Offices?

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has 11 regional offices, also known as districts. Each regional office/district covers certain Pennsylvania counties and oversees programs and policies affecting highways, urban and rural public transportation, airports, railroads, ports, and waterways. PennDOT has a whole is directly responsible for nearly 40,000 miles of highway and roughly 25,000 bridges, a system first established in 1911. To find out where your local PennDOT District is located visit http://www.penndot.gov/RegionalOffices/Pages/default.aspx or scroll below.pennsylvania map district regions

District 1

district 1 mapCounties: Crawford | Erie | Forest | Mercer | Venango | Warren
PennDOT's Engineering District 1 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes over 3,600 road miles and over 2,000 bridges.

District 2

district 2 mapCounties: Cameron | Centre | Clearfield | Clinton | Elk | Juniata | McKean | Mifflin | Potter
PennDOT's Engineering District 2 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 3,731 total road miles and 2,188 total bridges.

District 3

district 3 mapCounties: Bradford | Columbia | Lycoming | Montour | Northumberland | Snyder | Sullivan | Tioga | Union
PennDOT's Engineering District 3 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 4,500 total road miles and 2,901 total bridges.

District 4

district 4 mapCounties: Lackawanna | Luzerne | Pike | Susquehanna | Wayne | Wyoming
PennDOT's Engineering District 4 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 3,932 total road miles and 2,090 total bridges.

District 5 

district 5 mapCounties: Berks | Carbon | Lehigh | Monroe | Northampton | Schuylkill
PennDOT's Engineering District 5 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 3,344 total road miles and 2,128 total bridges.

District 6 

district 6 mapCounties: Bucks | Chester | Delaware | Montgomery | Philadelphia
PennDOT's Engineering District 6 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 3,562 total road miles and 2,767 total bridges.

District 8 

district 8 mapCounties: Adams | Cumberland | Dauphin | Franklin | Lancaster | Lebanon | Perry | York
PennDOT's Engineering District 8 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 5,230 total road miles and 3,404 total bridges.

District 9

district 9 mapCounties: Bedford | Blair | Cambria | Fulton | Huntingdon | Somerset
PennDOT's Engineering District 9 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 3,993 total road miles and 2,084 state bridges.

District 10

district 10 mapCounties: Armstrong | Butler | Clarion | Indiana | Jefferson
PennDOT's Engineering District 10 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 3,180 total road miles and 1,630 total bridges.

District 11 

district 11 mapCounties: Allegheny | Beaver | Lawrence
PennDOT's Engineering District 11 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 2,570 total road miles, 1,804 total bridges, and four tunnels.

District 12 

district 12 mapCounties: Fayette | Greene | Washington | Westmoreland
PennDOT's Engineering District 12 is responsible for the state-maintained transportation network in this region. This includes 3,627 total road miles and 2,339 total bridges.

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