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District 4 is comprised of Susquehanna, Wayne, Pike, Lackawanna, Luzerne and Wyoming counties. Headquartered in the city of Dunmore in Lackawanna County, District 4 is located in the northeast corner of Pennsylvania. The district shares a border with New York to the north, New Jersey to the east, District 5 to the south, and District 3 to the west.
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The biggest city in District 4 is Scranton in Lackawanna County. Scranton is the sixth most populated city in the state with 75,995 people choosing to make the city their home. Scranton is not far from one of the largest tourist attractions in the state – the Pocono Mountains. The Poconos are home to some of the best ski resorts, restaurants and golf courses in the state. Many people from all over the world visit the Poconos every year to ski or to take in one of the many music and art festivals that happen throughout the year.
Records show that in 2011, District 4 had a total of 8,014 car accidents, which resulted in 90 fatalities and 5,535 injuries. Between 2006 and 2010, a total of 50 fatal truck accidents occurred in District 4, making the district one of the safest in the state when it comes to truck safety.
Due to its proximity to the Pocono Mountains, District 4 sees its fair share of winter driving conditions, making it a potentially dangerous place to travel in the months between October and March.
Roads in PennDOT District 4
The main travel arteries in District 4 are Interstates 80, 81, 84 and 476, along with U.S. Routes 6 and 209. In total, District 4 oversees roughly 8,963 linear miles of road. The district also sees a total of 17,801,000 daily vehicle miles traveled.