|City Detail Maps|
|City Index||County Index||Mileage Chart|
This online Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) version of the 2014 Iowa Transportation Map was developed using the same electronic files that were used to create the widely distributed paper version of the map. The files have been translated to allow access for the viewing customers while still maintaining the detail necessary to display the map content. This 3.6 MB file may still take time to download so please be patient. We believe the end result is well worth the wait. The city detail maps are much smaller and will download more quickly. The text in the electronic PDF version of the 2014 Transportation Map has been embedded allowing users to search for text strings such as city names. Embedding the text also slightly alters the font size and style while significantly reducing the overall file size from 11.6 MB to 3.6 MB. Users of both the online version and the printed paper version will notice a slight difference between the fonts on the two maps.
When viewing the files through a browser, the PDF file format requires utilizing the browser's PDF viewer or the installation of a free plugin viewer. The Acrobat Reader plugin is available at Adobe's site, www.adobe.com. Please follow the directions at their site when installing the PDF plugin.
Historical Transportation Maps are found here.
Larger wall sized Transportation Maps are available here.
Now for Android too
Avenza Systems has a PDF reader application here for larger map PDFs such as the Transportation Map.
Install the application on your device then to add the 2013 Iowa Transportation Map to your application's library, click
here. The 2014 map will be available soon.
This file is a geospatial PDF that
allows location based tools to be utilized within the application. Users can determine their current location, find places, and mark waypoints.
This file is a geospatial PDF that allows location based tools to be utilized within the application. Users can determine their current location, find places, and mark waypoints.