Shortest distance between Wind Gap and Scranton is 43.36 miles (69.78 km).
Flight distance from Wind Gap, PA to Scranton, PA is 43.36 miles. Estimated flight time is 00 hours 06 minutes.
The driving distance from Wind Gap, Pennsylvania to Scranton, Pennsylvania is: 52.97 miles (85.25 km) by car.
Driving from Wind Gap to Scranton will take approximately 00 hours 53 minutes.
The third most populous city in Pennsylvania. It is located in the Lackawanna Valley in northeastern Pennsylvania. Scranton is known for its many parks and green spaces, its many historical sites, and its many attractions, such as the Steamtown National Historic Site and the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple.
|GPS Coordinates||41°24'33"N 75°39'54"W|
The distance between Wind Gap and Scranton is 85 km if you choose to drive by road. You can go 00 hours 56 minutes if you drive your car at an average speed of 90 kilometers / hour. For different choices, please review the avg. speed travel time table on the below.
There is no time difference between Wind Gap and Scranton. The current time is 06:26:16.
|Average Speed||Travel Time|
|30 mph (48.3 km/h)||01 hours 45 minutes|
|40 mph (64.37 km/h)||01 hours 19 minutes|
|50 mph (80.47 km/h)||01 hours 03 minutes|
|60 mph (96.56 km/h)||00 hours 52 minutes|
|70 mph (112.65 km/h)||00 hours 45 minutes|
|75 mph (120.7 km/h)||00 hours 42 minutes|
|80 mph (128.75 km/h)||00 hours 39 minutes|
A car with a fuel efficiency of 8.3 l/100 km will need 7.08 liters (1.87 gallon) of gas to cover the route between Wind Gap and Scranton.
The estimated cost of gas to go from Wind Gap to Scranton is $7.27 (diesel $9.02).
Pennsylvania gas prices.
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The average gas price (in Pennsylvania ) per gallon of daily gas for calculations is $3.892 (Diesel $4.827) /gallon. Last changed prices on September 30, 2023.
The place names are translated into coordinates to approximate the distance between Wind Gap and Scranton (latitude and longitude). Cities, states, and countries each have their own regional center. The Haversine formula is used to measure the radius.