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Transportation

York is located within one day’s drive of more than 40% of the nation’s population and 60% of Canada’s population.

Highway Distances to Major Markets Market

York County offers a sophisticated transportation network with over 3,788 miles of roads, major interstates, 2 Class I railroads, and easy access to commercial airports and seaports.

Approximate Distance (miles)

Baltimore, MD

55

Boston, MA

388

Chicago, IL

666

Columbus, OH

386

Harrisburg, PA

33

New York, NY

189

Newark, NJ

164

Norfolk, VA

265

Philadelphia, PA

87

Pittsburgh, PA

218

Raleigh, NC

337

Washington, DC

87

Source: AAA, White Rose Motor Club

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Commercial Airports Harrisburg International Airport (HIA) May 2011

2011 YTD

May 2012

2012 YTD

Enplanements

57,428

261,671

57,165

266,056

Deplanements

56,550

256,055

56,693

262,905

Total Passengers

113,978

517,726

113,858

528,961

According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport led all major U.S. airports in February 2009 for on-time arrival of flights (88.8%).

Source: HIA Airport Monthly Statistics

Baltimore-Washington International (BWI) Thurgood Marshall Airport May 2011

2011 YTD

May 2012

2012 YTD

Enplanements

1,035,623

14,286,919

1,029,790

15,695,055

Deplanements

1,042,925

14,266,037

1,028,936

15,641,573

Total Passengers

2,078,648

28,553,056

2,068,728

31,346,630

Source: BWI Airport Monthly Statistics

Capital City Airport (KCXY) —Operational Statistics

York Airport experiences approximately 50,000 annual operations.

Total Aircraft Based on the Field

88

Aircraft Operations: Avg. 108/Day

Single Engine Airplanes

62

2%

Air Taxi

Multi Engine Airplanes

19

46%

General Aviation Itinerant

Jet Airplanes

2

6%

Military

Helicopters

5

46%

General Aviation Local

Source: AirNav.com—December 13, 2011

York Airport (KTHV) —Operational Statistics Total Aircraft Based on the Field

82

Air Operations: Avg. 139/Day

Single Engine Airplanes

63

3%

Multi Engine Airplanes

12

39% General Aviation Itinerant

Jet Airplanes

2

< 1% Military

Helicopters

5

57% General Aviation Local

Air Taxi

Source: AirNav.com—For a 12-month period ending December 9, 2011

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Railroads The following companies provide rail service to the York County Region: CSX Transportation, Inc. (CSXT)

Pennsylvania is fifth in the nation for number of miles of railroad operated with 5,184 miles.

Canadian Pacific Railway (CPRS) Maryland & PA Railway Company Maryland & PA Railroad Preservation Society Norfolk Southern (NS) Stewartstown Railroad Company York Railway Company

Public Transportation rabbittransit, York Countyâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s public transportation system, provides a variety of transportation services to the residents of York County. 1,783,391 Annual Trips for York and Adams County residents 696,814 Trips to Work 157,895 Trips to Work for Persons with Disabilities 200,770 Trips to Medical Facilities 250,224 Trips for Seniors 64% of Riders were between the ages of 18-45 rabbittransit operates a Downtown York Trolley with seasonal service free to passengers 77% of Riders use the bus as their only available transportation Source: RabbitTransit Annual Report 2010-2011

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Commuting Patterns

York County’s residents mean travel time to work is 25.9 minutes, according the 2010 American Community Survey (1 year).

11.9% Worked in PA 20.4% Worked in York County

88.1% Worked Outside of York County

67.7%

Worked Outside of PA

Source: American Community Survey 2010 (1 year)

Workers Traveling to York County for Employment: 11,152 — Adams County, PA 2,365 — Dauphin County, PA 67 — Juniata County, PA 266 — Lebanon County, PA 371 — Perry County, PA

3,807 — Cumberland County, PA 402 — Franklin County, PA 4,018 — Lancaster County, PA 2,456 — State of Maryland

Source: Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry—US Census 2000

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York County Transportation Profile