Transportation in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania

Transportation in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania has a long and varied history. The area was settled in the mid 1700s. Transportation was mostly using the Susquehanna River and railroad as Williamsport was a travel hub or center for Central Pennsylvania.

A Delta Air LinesBoeing 757 at Williamsport Regional Airport, the airport is the areas main travel hub

Modern transportation includes aviation, infrastructure such as roadways, bridges and highways.

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Transportation to work as of 2011

  Drive (73%)
  Public Transportation (13%)
  Walk or bike (9%)
  Other (5%)

In an online poll done by the Williamsport Sun Gazette a majority (approx. 73%) of residents in Lycoming County 25 years of age and up get to work in a vehicle. 13% uses public transportation, 9% walk or bike to work and 5% other modes of transportation.

79% of 500 Lycoming county residents interviewed said that they have used public transportation at least once, and 73% of riders say they are happy with service. “Service” includes, fair prices, time and bus interior condition (trash on floor, broken seats etc.)

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