The capital of Pennsylvania not only boasts the state government and related agencies including the headquarters of the
Department of Transportation and Turnpike Commission, but comprises one of the most complex highway systems in the
Commonwealth. The reason is because the capital region is comprised of three cities: Harrisburg, Lancaster, and
York, each with their own systems connected with the other's. Take a journey into the histories of them and others
that did not survive budget cuts.
| have driven Harrisburg Highways