On Our Roadway


  • Milepost markers, also just known as mileposts, can be a very useful tool for motorists. Located every 10th of a mile, a milepost indicates your exact location. At the beginning of a mile, a milepost will also include the direction and interstate number that you are traveling on.
  • If you need assistance, be aware of the milepost marker nearest to you to let responders know of your location.

Maps & References

  • There are lots of helpful maps and references to assist you with your next trip on the PA Turnpike:
    • If you would prefer a printable map of the PA Turnpike system, please click here.
    • Here's an informative listing of Pennsylvania Turnpike system interchanges.
    • Please click here for a listing of service plaza locations and available amenities.
    • Find more PA Turnpike maps and references here.

Signs Along the Roadway

  • When entering and exiting the Turnpike you will notice that some overhead signs at interchanges are still marked as “ticket” and “cash” lanes.
  • While the Turnpike is an All-Electronic Tolling (AET) system — meaning tickets are no longer distributed and cash is no longer accepted — signage is still in the process of being updated.
  • Do NOT stop when entering and exiting. You can use any lane, and you will be charged either through your E-ZPass account or a TOLL BY PLATE invoice in the mail.