Pascani is a municipality in the county of Iasi, Moldova, Romania, consisting of Blagesti, Bosteni, Gastesti, Lunca, Pascani and Sodomeni. It is the second largest urban center in the county, with a population of 33,745 (2011). It is an important railway junction. The city is located in the north-west of the county, in the south of the Suceava Plateau, on the banks of the Siret River. It is crossed by the national road DN28A, which connects it east of Targu Frumos (further to Iasi on DN28) and west of Motca (further to Suceava on DN2). This road intersects at Pascani with the DJ208 county road connecting it south of Stolniceni-Prajescu, Mogosesti-Siret, Halaucesti, Mircesti and further to the Neamt County of Sabaoani (where it ends in DN2 leading further to Roman) and North of Valea Seaca, Lespezi, and further in the Suceava county to Dolhasca, Dolhesti, Preutesti and Falticeni (where it also ends in DN2). Also from DN28A, at Blagesti branch the county road DJ281C, which leads to northeast at Harmanesti, Todiresti, Bals and Cotnari (where it ends in DN28B). The city is a railway junction, its railway station Suceava-Roman being the point from which another important railway line branches to Iasi (CFR 606) and a secondary one towards Targu Neamt.