The newest official state transportation map is fresh off the press! New for 2018-2020, the map highlights Virginia Tourism’s fiftieth anniversary and features many of Virginia’s naturally-occurring landmarks such as Natural Bridge, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, Luray Caverns, Great Falls, the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, Burkes Garden, and Natural Tunnel and Breaks Interstate Park, known as the Grand Canyon of the South.
The map is available at Welcome Centers and rest areas across the Commonwealth. It is also available at VDOT offices and can be ordered from VDOT’s website. “Our state map continues to be a sought-after resource,” said VDOT Commissioner Stephen C. Brich. “We circulate hundreds of thousands of maps across the Commonwealth every year.”
A map showing the state’s highway system is required by Virginia law; the first state transportation map was printed in 1922, before some roads had even been assigned numbers.