Interstate 476, PennsylvaniaRoads of the Mid-South & West > Highways of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania > Interstate 76, Pennsylvania > Interstate 476, Pennsylvania
Interstate 476 is a north-south interstate in Eastern Pennsylvania. It is the longest "child" interstate in the country. This runs from Interstate 95, near Chester, to Interstate 81, north of Scranton. From Interstate 76, to Interstate 81, this highway runs along the Northeast Extenstion of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
While in Pennsylvania, I-476 is not multi-plexed.
In Pennsylvania, Interstate 476 crosses the following highways.
Interstate 95, near Chester.
SB I-476 near I-95.
SB I-476 at I-95.
Interstate 76, near Conshohocken.
Interstate 276 (Pennsylvania Turnpike), near Whitemarsh.
Interstate 78, near Allentown.
Interstate 80, near Hickory Run.
Interstate 81, near Scranton. (NO Interchange)
Interstate 81, near Scranton.
Info on the Parent Route of I-476.
A BGS on SB I-476.
NB I-476 north of I-95.
A guide marker on NB I-476.
NB I-476 near Media.
A BGS on SB U.S. Rt. 1.
A BGS on WB I-276/Turn.
10 February 2020