Interstate 80 with 6 interchanges

U.S. Interstate 80, also known as the Keystone Shortway, crosses the middle of Clearfield County for 42 miles from west to east with six intersections with major state and federal highways.  I-80 provides residents and businesses easy access to many of the county’s major metropolitan areas and second tier cities. Exits include 97 and 101 at DuBois, 111 at Penfield/Clearfield, 120 at Clearfield, 123 at Woodland and 133 at Kylertown.

U.S. Routes 119, 219, 322

Clearfield County has three U.S. routes that cross through its borders.  Routes 119 and 219 run north-south through the county, while route 322 runs east-west through the county.

State Routes 36, 53, 153, 255, 879, 970

Numerous state routes criss-cross the county for easy access to interstate systems.

Two Rail-Lines

Clearfield County is home to two railroad companies: Buffalo & Pittsburgh Railroad Company (B&P) and R.J. Corman Railroad Company.  B&P is a 368-mile regional freight railroad company, while R.J. Corman is a short-line railroad company.  Interchanging with other companies in the state, goods can be transported virtually anywhere via rail from Clearfield County.

Two Airports

The DuBois Regional Airport is directly  accessible from Interstate 80 via Exit 90.  The Clearfield – Lawrence Township Airport is directly accessible from Interstate-80 via Exit 120.  Both offer commercial and general aviation  services.