Located along a scenic expanse of highway running east to west between western Maryland and northern West Virginia with Pennsylvania to the north, I-68 easily links to major metropolitan cities:
- Pittsburgh (1-2 hours)
- Baltimore (2-3 hours)
- Washington, DC (2-3 hours)
- Philadelphia (4 hours)
- New York (5 hours)
International airports in Pittsburgh, Baltimore and Washington keep clients and cargo moving.
Commuter flights from the Pittsburgh International Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport are available at the Altoona-Blair County Airport and the Johnstown-Cambria County Airports in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania’s Bedford County Airport offers general aviation services tailored to large corporations and small businesses alike.
West Virginia’s Morgantown Regional Airport offers daily service to Baltimore-Washington International Airport or Pittsburgh International Airport.
CSX Transportation, the leading supplier of rail-based freight transport, serves the I-68 corridor.
The Port of Baltimore handled 43 million tons of international cargo last year. A two to three hour drive from the I-68 corridor gives shippers access to one-third of the US population. The Panama Canal expansion broadens the shipment of imports and exports worldwide.