A long highway the stretches from the West Virginia border to the New Jersey state line. It takes about 5 hours with no stops to cross it. When you first get on, you pass through Washington, Pa. Later on, after the exit for Altoona you go through 4 tunnels and end up in Harrisburg. Here, it is only another 2 hours to the border. After 1 hour more, the rest is Philadelphia suburbs, nothing to see there.
Travis: What are you doing this weekend?
Colton: I'm driving over to New Jersey
Travis: You must be taking the Pennsylvania Turnpike
Colton: I sure am.
by Gackle June 27, 2011
america's first superhighway (built in the '40s, it even predates l.a. freeways), it is now one of the crappiest sections of interstate in the us
many people choose to take I-68 through maryland to avoid the potholes on I-70/I-76, the PA turnpike
by RoadDude May 09, 2004

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