Molly Pitcher Highway, South Antrim Way, North Antrim Way, South Main Street, South Second Street, Philadelphia Avenue, Edgar Avenue, West King Street, East King Street, Ritner Highway, West High Street, North Hanover Street, Harrisburg Pike, Carlisle Pike, North 32nd Street, Cumberland Boulevard, Camp Hill Bypass, Walnut Street, North Front Street, South Enola Road, North Enola Road, South State Road, State Road, Susquehanna Trail, Selinsgrove Bypass, Water Street, Front Street, Point Township Drive, Northumberland Street, Montour Boulevard, West Main Street, East Street, Columbia Boulevard, West Front Street, East Front Street, Salem Boulevard, North Main Street, Chestnut Street, East Poplar Street, East Main Street, Wyoming Avenue, Fort Jenkins Bridge, Kennedy Boulevard, William Street, South Township Boulevard, Pittston Bypass, Pittston Avenue, Main Street, Birney Avenue, Sanders Street, Cedar Avenue, Jefferson Avenue, Mulberry Street, North Scranton Expressway, Northern Boulevard, State Street, Lackawanna Trail
Northbound Views
Wyoming Avenue runs north as a four-lane undivided road. There are traffic lights at Dana Street, Ransom Street, Wesley Street, River Street, Shoemaker Street, Durkee Street, Sunset Court, Owen Street, and Denison Street.
Photos taken October 2018.
Wyoming Avenue narrows down to two lanes. There are traffic lights at Birchwood Village Drive, Schooley Avenue, Lincoln Street, Penn Avenue, Tunkhannock Avenue, and Erie Avenue.
Photos taken October 2018.
Exeter Avenue (PA 92) begins on the left. Bear right to stay on US 11.
Photo taken October 2018.
The Fort Jenkins Bridge carries US 11 across the Susquehanna River to Pittston. On the other side of the bridge, there is a traffic light at North Main Street. Turn right to stay on US 11.
Photos taken October 2018.
Skipping a short distance, There is an exit for Hughestown and Dupont.
Photos taken March 2015.
The Pittston Bypass ends here. US 11 narrows down to become a two-lane undivided road called Pittston Avenue.
Photos taken March 2015.
A bridge carries Pittston Avenue across Mill Creek.
Photos taken March 2015.
Pittston Avenue ends on the other side of the bridge. Turn left onto Main Street to stay on US 11.
Photo taken March 2015.
Main Street runs north through Avoca.
Photos taken March 2015.
North to Lackawanna County

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