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Located on the west side of Pennsylvania, District 10 is comprised of Clarion, Butler, Jefferson, Armstrong and Indiana counties. The Headquarters to the district are in the city of Indiana, in Indiana County. The district shares a border with District 1 to the north, Districts 2 and 9 to the east, District 12 to the south, and District 11 to the west.

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PennDOT District 1 PennDOT District 2 PennDOT District 3 PennDOT District 4 PennDOT District 5 PennDOT District 6 PennDOT District 8 PennDOT District 9 PennDOT District 11 PennDOT District 12 Moraine State Park in Butler County is one of the biggest landmarks in the district. Over one million visitors come to the park annually to go hunting, hiking, or boating on Lake Arthur. In the winter months, people visit the park to go cross country skiing or snowmobiling. The park is less than an hour’s drive from nearby Pittsburgh. The main access point to the park is at the intersection of Interstate 79 and U.S. Highway 422.

District 10 is largely rural and has the fewest daily vehicle miles traveled (DVMT) of any transportation district in the state. This statistic is a big reason why District 10 is statistically one of the safest driving districts in Pennsylvania.

In 2011, there were a total of 4,114 car accidents in District 10, which resulted in 62 fatalities and 2,666 injuries. These statistics represent the lowest amounts of any PennDOT district. In truck safety, however, District 10 is about average. Between 2006 and 2010, the district had 64 fatal truck accidents.

Due to its proximity to Lake Erie, District 10 sees its fair share of bad weather in fall and winter months. October through February is an especially dangerous time to be driving through the district. It is advisable to not drive in bad weather unless absolutely necessary. If driving is necessary, make sure that both you and your vehicle are prepared to handle winter road conditions.

Roads in PennDOT District 10

The main travel arteries for the district include Interstates 79 and 80, along with U.S. Routes 22, 119, and 322.