There are so many things to see and do in our beautiful state. Many of those attractions reside in Iowa’s wonderful state parks.
The cover of the newly released 2019-2020 Iowa Transportation Map and a message from Gov. Kim Reynolds and Lt. Gov. Adam Gregg celebrates the 100th Anniversary of our state park system. The map is available in the standard fold-out paper form, as well as web and mobile app versions at www.iowadot.gov/maps.
Copies of the 2019-2020 map are now available at Iowa DOT’s driver’s license service centers, county treasurer’s offices, all six Iowa DOT district offices, Iowa’s welcome centers, the state’s rest areas, and can be viewed and downloaded from www.iowadot.gov/maps.
The map shows all highways, airports, rail lines, lakes, rivers, and major county roads. Detail maps are shown for the state’s 16 largest cities that identify highways, major streets, and city boundaries. The map information also includes a chart to find mileage between select Iowa cities; and an index listing the cities shown on the map, along with their populations and map location.
Because the transportation system is always changing, the Iowa DOT makes several hundred changes to the map with each printing. While the map is printed every two years, the online and mobile app versions are updated annually.