Printed copies of the 2011 map are available at the Iowa Department of Transportation’s (DOT) 19 driver's license stations, all six Iowa DOT district offices and Iowa's rest areas
The Iowa Division of Tourism also distributes 500,000 maps a year, with many of those going to tourists who stop at Iowa's 19 welcome centers.
To easily access the map online, go to www.iowadot.gov/maps/msp/pdf/transmap.html. To order a free Iowa travel packet that includes the new map, call 800-345-IOWA (4692) or visit traveliowa.com
The 2011 map shows all highways, major county roads, major streets in the state's 16 largest cities, airports, and rail lines; includes an index listing the cities shown on the map, along with their populations; and contains a chart to find mileage between select Iowa cities.
The cover of the published map features a design that is consistent with tourism publications of the Iowa Department of Economic Development's Office of Tourism. The publication also includes a message from Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds.