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The Indiana Division National Highway System

Overview of the National Highway System

The National Highway System (NHS) includes the Interstate Highway System as well as other roads important to the nation's economy, defense, and mobility. The NHS was developed by the Department of Transportation (DOT) in cooperation with the states, local officials, and metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs).

Below is a map that shows the National Highway System in Indiana. Specific maps for some areas are listed below. These maps are in the PDF format. If you need Adobe Acrobat to read them, you can  Get Acrobat now.

SPECIFIC AREAS
Anderson Area (194KB)
Bloomington Area (192KB)
Cincinnati Area (192KB)
Columbus Area (185KB)
Elkhart/Goshen Area (239KB)
Evansville Area (314KB)
Fort Wayne Area (201KB)
Indianapolis Area (350KB)
Kokomo Area (168KB)
Lafayette/West Lafayette Area (200KB)
Louisville Area (352KB)
Michigan City (214KB)
Muncie Area (189KB)
Northwest Indiana Area (includes Chicago) (743KB)
South Bend Area (260KB)
Terre Haute Area (202KB)

Map: National Highway System in Indiana

 

Maps of the National Highway System in other states.

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