A few years ago, while driving to Michigan, I noticed the Ohio turnpike had closed every other rest stop to rebuild it. This year, most of them are rebuilt. We traveled east on the Pennsylvania turnpike, from Ohio to Breezewood and found there was 100 miles between rest stops. Not surprisingly, the lines at the women’s restroom and the gas pumps were very long. Pennsylvania did not learn from Ohio’s sensible approach. I hope the people in Pennsylvania realize what this is doing to the money people spend in tolls, on gas, and on food at these rest stopes, because the next time we visit Michigan, we will probably fly.
The Pennsylvania Turnpike