The Bicentennial Edition of the 2021-2022 Official State Highway Map is now available free of charge.
This special edition celebrates 200 years of travel in the Show-Me State, from before ratification to the modern era, with 33,830 miles of state-maintained routes, 4,800 miles of railroad tracks, 1,380 miles of Interstate highways, 125 public-use airports and 15 public ports.
Other interesting facts about the map:
- There are more than 4,000 highway shields and 1,500 towns shown on the front of the current map. More than 60 separate features are shown in this new map.
- Data sources for the map’s many features include the Missouri Department of Transportation, several Missouri state departments and various other agencies, including: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the USGS National Map, Environmental Sciences Research Institute and the Missouri Spatial Data Information Service.
Front of Map (12.8MB)
Features a full-color, geo-referenced map of the state.
Larger Missouri cities and other insets from the back of the map