Data and maps here are provided primarily by the Mapping Section, part of the NCDOT Transportation Asset Analytics.
- The Mapping Section is committed to providing superior quality information and mapping of the existing state maintained system of highways and computer generated images of proposed projects for the NC Department of Transportation.
- We acknowledge the immense responsibility to produce and maintain these products and services as accurately as possible because of their value in the planning, funding, construction, and maintenance of transportation facilities in North Carolina.
- We understand the importance of our role in helping provide an efficient and cost effective transportation system for the citizens of N.C. and dedicate ourselves to the accurate and timely delivery of the services that we provide toward that effort.
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These county maps identify routes that make up the North Carolina Department of Transportation State Highway System. These routes are maintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation and consist of Primary and Secondary roads.
Select a county on the map or dropdown menu to view available maps.
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The state transportation map is the department's most popular publication. The map features the state's extensive highway system, as well as important safety information. Along with the Division of Travel, Tourism and Film Development, NCDOT prints nearly two million copies each year.
This map identifies all the North Carolina interstate, US and NC routes. It is based off our NC State Travel Map.
This map shows county names and their respective boundaries.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation divides the duties of building and maintaining the infrastructure into 14 divisions across the state.
Posted bridges are bridges whose structural load carrying capacity is limited to the weight of vehicles posted on the bridge, as determined by a load rating analysis.
Posted bridge maps are broken out into NC DOT’s 14 Divisions and show posted bridges on Primary Routes (Interstates, US & NC highways). These maps are made available as a service to industry, the enforcement community, and affected local, state and federal agencies.
Bridge posting information is subject to continual updates resulting from bridge inspections, structural analyses, bridge maintenance (repair and replacement), and incidents. NC Bridge Postings are typically updated monthly, however, subsequent updates, improvements, closures and/or incidents may not be reflected.
For bridge and bridge load information, contact the Structures Management Unit at 919-707-6400.
Click on the pdf files below to display the division posted bridges on the associated primary routes map.
The North Carolina Truck Network Map as well as State Highway Patrol information and other trucking information is available here.
The Transportation Mobility and Safety Unit and the NCDOT Executive Committee for Highway Safety have collaborated with the Transportation Asset Analytics - Mapping Section to develop and produce Crash Profile Summary Maps. These maps show the distribution of Fatal, Fatal + A-injury, and Total Crashes for the all vehicles as well as for motorcycles and large trucks. They provide a visual summary of crash data for the public, NCDOT’s safety partners, and the department’s leadership team while supporting data-driven efforts to identify crash areas of concern.
The tabular crash data upon which these maps are based are collected and maintained by Transportation Mobility and Safety. Crash rates are included in the Department’s Performance Dashboard as an indicator of how well we are meeting our mission and goals.
Crash Maps by County (Based on crash data from January 2010 to December 2015)
*Note: Crash Rates are based on incidents per 1000 people. “A” Type injuries are defined as a disabling injury serious enough to prevent the injured person(s) from performing their normal activities for at least one day beyond the day of the crash.
Inventory and Assessment Reports
NCDOT Maintained Mileage By System Report
Highway and Road Mileage Reports
The Road Inventory & Mapping Sections of the Transportation Asset Analytics are committed to providing superior quality information and mapping of the existing state maintained system of highways and computer generated images of proposed projects for the NC Department of Transportation.
The North Carolina Highway System is a dynamic system. There are typically thousands of changes made every year. This report is a snapshot of the system as of January 1 of each year. The Road Inventory Section strives to update this data in a timely and accurate manner. We include annual changes to the system that are reported to us on a calendar year basis. If you have any questions about the history of this data or how it is acquired, please contact the Road Inventory Engineer at (919) 733-3725.
Historical County Maps
History of the State Transportation Map
The information contained in the North Carolina Department of Transportation website is provided as a public service to the citizens of North Carolina and to the Internet community. All information on this website is created for NCDOT Internal use. The information available on the NCDOT Mapping Section website is subject to change on a regular basis, without notice. While the NCDOT Mapping Section makes every effort to provide useful and accurate information, NCDOT, it's agents, and employees make no warranty as to the correctness or accuracy of the information whether express or implied, in fact or in law, including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular use. Users are advised that their use of any NCDOT Mapping Data or product is at their own risk.
NCDOT Mapping Section has no control of or liability for information on other pages linked to the Mapping Section website pages.
NCDOT Mapping Section does not monitor any linked resources and cannot guarantee their accuracy. Statements, views and opinions included in an independent provider's material are strictly those of the authors. These views may not necessarily represent the opinions or policies of NCDOT, its agents, officers, or employees.
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