Transportation and Infrastructure
Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport

The Wilkes-Barre Scranton International Airport offers daily direct service to Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, Detroit, Newark, Orlando, and Philadelphia with one-stop service to hundreds of destinations worldwide. The Airport is managed by a dual Lackawanna and Luzerne County board who equally contributed to $105 million of terminal, tower, and runway upgrades over the past 7 years. The Airport also support cargo service of Air Net, FedEx, UPS, and Wiggins.

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Location in the I-80/I-81 Corridor

As a major gateway to the Northeast, Lackawanna County is strategically located on the I-80/I-81 Corridor where its businesses are within overnight delivery of 96 million American and Canadian consumers. Interstates 81, 80, 476, 84, and 380 and the Casey Highway converge in Lackawanna County.
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Other Intermodal Transportation

Lackawanna County receives rail service by two Class-1 main line carriers: Canadian Pacific & Norfolk Southern. Several business parks within Lackawanna County have pre-existing rail infrastructure. Martz Trailways and Greyhound offer daily routes to New York, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and throughout Pennsylvania from the bus terminal in Scranton.