Additional Mapping Resources

State Mapping Resources on Connect is the source for County & Bridge Maintenance maps and additional mapping resources.

The N.C. Department of Transportation produces and maintains a variety of maps – from travel maps for the general public to technical designs for transportation planners – that play a part in the planning, funding, construction and maintenance of roads and highways in North Carolina.

Obtaining Maps

Maps produced by the NCDOT Mapping Section are available for free or for a nominal fee that covers the costs associated with printing. To obtain copies, download and complete an order form, and return it per the instructions on the form.

Free copies of the most recent State Transportation Map, are available upon request at VisitNC.com or by calling 800-VISITNC. They are also available at welcome centers and rest areas across the state.

Traffic Volume Maps

NCDOT’s Traffic Survey Group collects traffic data statewide to analyze and support planning, design, construction, maintenance, operation and research activities required to manage North Carolina's transportation system.

These traffic volume maps – also known as annual average daily traffic volume maps – and reports are published annually. For more information, call (919) 707-0900, visit its webpage or send a message.

Specialized Maps

With appropriate management approval, the Mapping Section can create specialized maps for other state agencies. It also has an extensive map collection available for purchase.

Along with county and bridge maintenance maps, enlarged versions of the State Transportation Map, primary route maps and general reference maps, such as county boundaries and NCDOT division maps are available for order. You can start an order by completing and submitting the order form.

The Mapping Section can also reproduce copies of historic versions of NCDOT county and state travel maps.

Mapping Contact

For any questions, comments or concerns about mapping at NCDOT, contact us at mappingsupport@ncdot.gov or call us at (919) 835-8480