• Transportation

  • DuBois, Pennsylvania is fortunate to have three modes of transportation available--interstate highways, rail freight lines, and air travel. Visitors, business travelers, and shippers have the option to choose the method that is most cost effective for them.

    DuBois is strategically located at the intersections of several federal and state roads. Interstate 80, the main East-West corridor, has three exits for DuBois--Exits 90, 97 and 101. Route 322 is the longest highway in Pennsylvania as it cuts a diagonal path from Philadelphia in the Southeast to the Pymatuning Reservoir in the Northwest, and Route 219 is the North-South corridor.  Local bus service is provided by DuFAST Transit, and ATA buses serves six counties, and Fullington Trailways, LLC provides daily scheduled departures from DuBois to destinations in Pennsylvania and New York.

    Rail Freight has a long tradition in DuBois. The Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad provides service from Erie, Pennsylvania, and Buffalo, New York, passing through DuBois to points in Southwest Pennsylvania. DuBois is one of the few places in the region that has available land, warehouse space, or commercial properties with rail access. Area businesses have the additional advantage of using Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad's Truck to Rail Transfer Facility in Falls Creek.

    The DuBois Regional Airport in nearby Falls Creek offers convenient commuter service with Southern Airways Express to travelers for business or pleasure. Travelers have convenient access to the airport from Exit 90 on Interstate 80. The airport is designated a Foreign Trade Zone #254, which can eliminate or reduce import/export fees for area businesses. Shippers who import or export products internationally can receive additional information from North Central Planning.