The North Carolina Department of Transportation has made available its 2021-22 North Carolina State Transportation Map, which includes 23 insets showing additional detail covering major cities such as Wilmington and Jacksonville.
The map, free to the public, is funded and produced by the department and distributed by VisitNC, a unit of the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina.
The cover of the new map features some of North Carolina’s most scenic views, including the Blue Ridge Parkway in Maggie Valley, the Greensboro skyline and Sunset Beach.
The new map can be ordered at VisitNC.com/StateMap or by calling 1-800-847-4862. Maps are also available at welcome centers, rest areas and NCDOT offices across the state. A full-size PDF of the map is also available online.
First published in 1916 and updated biennially, the state map is NCDOT’s most popular publication, with 1 million copies having been printed this year.
North Carolina has one of the largest highway systems in the nation and the new map details the 107,643 miles of public roads that span the state. That includes more than 81,000 miles of state-maintained roads.