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Location & Transportation

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A convenient location has played a historic part in the development of the Exton Region. Major roadways such as Routes 30 and 100 served as main transportation arteries dating back to the early 1900s, linking Exton to New York and other cities. The Pennsylvania Turnpike, just north of the intersection of Routes 30 and 100, was the nation’s first major toll road. The Turnpike leads travelers to King of Prussia, the location of several major shopping centers, as well as to Lancaster County, Hershey, Gettysburg, and Pittsburgh.

Philadelphia International Airport is approximately 35 miles away, while several private and regional airports such as Brandywine Airport and Chester County Airport accommodate charter and smaller aircraft. Keystone Helicopter Corporation is a public-use heliport.

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