The Pennsylvania State Map clearly marks the neighboring areas of the state. Pennsylvania shares its northern border with New York, eastern border with New Jersey and New York, southeastern border with Delaware, southern border with Maryland and West Virginia, western border with West Virginia and Ohio, and northwestern border with Lake Erie.
Harrisburg is the capital city of Pennsylvania. The state is well connected by roads and railways. The Interstate Highways of 81, 79 and 83 join the northern and southern part of the state, while the important routes of the east-west corridor of Pennsylvania are the Interstate Highways of 70, 80, 76, 84 and 90.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania is drained by several rivers and lakes. Delaware, Ohio, Allegheny and Susquehanna are some of the prominent rivers of Pennsylvania, and Lake Erie is one of its important lakes.