Maps

How to Use Interactive Maps

To view a map, simply click on the desired map image.  This opens a web application that allows you to view multiple layers, change basemaps, measure distances and areas, share maps via email or social media, and also print PDFs of maps.

  • Interacting with layers: Click on features to see a pop-up with more information.
  • Changing layers: Click the Layers dropdown menu and choose which layers you want on or off.
  • Changing basemaps: Click the Basemap dropdown menu and select the desired basemap.
  • Measuring distance and area: Click Measure and select a measurement tool.
  • Sharing: Click the Share dropdown menu and choose how  you want to share the map.
  • Printing: Click the Print dropdown menu and select a page format.

Natural Areas MAP can be found here

 

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CIRTPA Member Map

Map displaying the members of the CIRTPA and the location of the CIRTPA’s office.

More about the CIRTPA and its members here.

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Iowa DOT Five Year Program Map

Map of the Iowa Department of Transportation’s Five Year Program projects for the State of Iowa.

Source: Iowa DOT

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Modal Map

Map displaying the Interstate and Highway system, the Federal Functional Classification System (FFCS), and the location of airports in central Iowa.

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Rail Map

Inventory of rail data from the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT).  Map includes rail lines, processing facilities, and bio-diesel, ethanol, and grain facilities.

Source: Iowa DOT

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Surface Width Map

Map showing the surface widths of the interstates and highways in the State of Iowa.

Source: Iowa DOT

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Transportation Improvement Program Projects

Map of projects in the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the years 2014 through 2017.

Source: Iowa DOT: Transportation Program Management System (TPMS)

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Watershed Map

Map of HUC 8 Watersheds in the CIRTPA planning area.  Data obtained from the Iowa Department of Natural Resources DNR).

Source: Iowa DNR

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Major Construction Projects

The Iowa DOT maintains a webpage that shares general information on projects that have the potential to cause major impacts to the traveling public.