USA–Iowa Department of Transportation spokesman Mark Hansen said that printed copies of the 2009 map are available at interstate highway rest areas, Iowa’s 19 welcome centers, DOT driver’s license stations and DOT district offices.
An electronic version of the new map, accompanied by an assortment of city detail maps, also is available at the department’s www.iowadot.gov Web site.
Hansen said the 2009 map contains more than 600 revisions, including the numbering of more than 100 interchanges. Other additions include the completed four-lane Iowa Highway 60 corridor from Le Mars to the northern Iowa border and interchange numbers on four-lane, divided primary highways.
Hansen said there were no towns removed or added to this year’s transportation map.