Data and maps here are provided primarily by the
Information and Mapping Unit, part of the NCDOT State Road Maintenance Unit.
The Information & Mapping Unit is committed to providing superior quality information and mapping of the existing state maintained system of highways and computer generated images of proposed projects for the NC Department of Transportation.
We acknowledge the immense responsibility to produce and maintain these products and services as accurately as possible because of their value in the planning, funding, construction, and maintenance of transportation facilities in North Carolina.
We understand the importance of our role in helping provide an efficient and cost effective transportation system for the citizens of N.C. and dedicate ourselves to the accurate and timely delivery of the services that we provide toward that effort.
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These county maps identify routes that make up the North Carolina Department of Transportation State Highway System. These routes are maintained by the North Carolina Department of Transportation and consist of Primary and Secondary routes.
The SRMU Mapping Section is beginning the process of moving its mapping operation from the MicroStation platform to the ESRI Arc platform. This change is in an effort to streamline data maintenance and to utilize the best data available. The County Maintenance Map Series will be the initial product moved to Arc. Other products will follow after the county maps are completed. Initial estimates to complete the migration of the county maps are around 7+ months. Please check this web site periodically for updates on the completion schedule and when the newly formatted county maps will be available online. During this transformation period, the SRMU Mapping Section will not be updating any map products available on our website, and the availability of staff to provide customer support will be very limited. We would like to thank you for your understanding and patience as we work to move in a direction that will better serve the public and support NCDOT’s over all Goals.
If you have questions concerning this process, time frame, or map product support please contact:
Lonnie Watkins at (919) 212-5983 or Terry Norris at (919) 212-5950
Select a county on the map or dropdown menu to view available maps.
Select a County to View Available Maps
Alamance Alexander Alleghany Anson Ashe Avery Beaufort Bertie Bladen Brunswick Buncombe Burke Cabarrus Caldwell Camden Carteret Caswell Catawba Chatham Cherokee Chowan Clay Cleveland Columbus Craven Cumberland Currituck Dare Davidson Davie Duplin Durham Edgecombe Forsyth Franklin Gaston Gates Graham Granville Greene Guilford Halifax Harnett Haywood Henderson Hertford Hoke Hyde Iredell Jackson Johnston Jones Lee Lenoir Lincoln Macon Madison Martin McDowell Mecklenburg Mitchell Montgomery Moore Nash New Hanover Northampton Onslow Orange Pamlico Pasquotank Pender Perquimans Person Pitt Polk Randolph Richmond Robeson Rockingham Rowan Rutherford Sampson Scotland Stanly Stokes Surry Swain Transylvania Tyrrell Union Vance Wake Warren Washington Watauga Wayne Wilkes Wilson Yadkin Yancey
The state transportation map is the department's most popular publication. The map features the state's extensive highway system, as well as important safety information. Along with the Division of Travel, Tourism and Film Development, NCDOT prints nearly two million copies each year.
This map identifies all the North Carolina interstate, US and NC routes. It is based off our NC State Travel Map.
This map shows county names and their respective boundaries.
The North Carolina Department of Transportation divides the duties of building and maintaining the infrastructure into 14 divisions across the state.
Each North Carolina Department of Transportation division is also divided into 2 or 3 districts.
This map shows North Carolina Department of Transportation divisions and approximate Latitude and Longitude lines.
The NC Truck Network map provides information for commercial trucks and STAA dimensioned vehicles. Updated August 5, 2011.
For more information about transportation safety performance measures and how NCDOT tracks this information, head over to the Performance Dashboard.
The Transportation Mobility and Safety Division and the
NCDOT Executive Committee for Highway Safety have collaborated with the NCDOT - State Road Maintenance Unit - Information & Mapping Section to develop and produce County Crash Distribution Profile Maps for North Carolina. These visual representations of the distribution and frequency of the most current five (5) years of reported 1) Fatal, 2) Fatal + A injury, and 3) Total Crashes provide a user friendly tool for the public, NCDOT’s safety partners and the department’s leadership team.
This collection of high level summary maps effectively displays regions that are experiencing higher frequencies of target type crashes. The three series of maps (All Vehicles, Motorcycle, and Large Truck) provide a simple safety performance overview and support data-driven efforts to identify specific regions, corridors, and specific intersections.
Crash Maps by County
PDF Data of Crash Maps by County
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes in North Carolina.
Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes Fatal Motor Vehicle Crashes Per 1000 Population
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Fatal Motorcycle Crashes in North Carolina.
Fatal Motorcycle Crashes Fatal Motorcycle Crashes Per 1000 Population
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Fatal Truck Crashes in North Carolina.
Fatal Truck Crashes Fatal Truck Crashes Per 1000 Population
Fatal and "A" Type Injury Crashes
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Fatal and "A" Type Injury Motor Vehicle Crashes in North Carolina.
Fatal and "A" Type Injury Motor Vehicle Crashes Fatal and "A" Type Injury Motor Vehicle Crashes Per 1000 Population
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Fatal and "A" Type Injury Motorcycle Crashes in North Carolina.
Fatal and "A" Type Injury Motorcycle Crashes Fatal and "A" Type Injury Motorcycle Crashes Per 1000 Population
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Fatal and "A" Type Injury Truck Crashes in North Carolina.
Fatal and "A" Type Injury Truck Crashes Fatal and "A" Type Injury Truck Crashes Per 1000 Population
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Total Motor Vehicle Crashes in North Carolina.
Total Motor Vehicle Crashes Total Motor Vehicle CrashesPer 1000 Population
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Total Motorcycle Crashes in North Carolina.
Total Motorcycle Crashes Total Motorcycle Crashes Per 1000 Population
This map shows County by County Summary: Jan 1,2005 - Dec. 31,2009 of Total Truck Crashes in North Carolina.
Total Truck Crashes Total Truck Crashes Per 1000 Population
These maps will be utilized by both Headquarters and Field staff and they have also been utilized by State Highway Patrol and GHSP for identification of potential targeted enforcement and educational efforts.
For more information on specific bridges or on North Carolina's Bridge Management Programs, please contact:
NCDOT Bridge Management
Summary listings and map displays of North Carolina Posted Bridge Information on Primary (Interstate, US & NC) Routes are provided as a service to industry, the enforcement community, and internal and external partners and agencies.
Bridge Posting and condition information is subject to continual updates resulting from bridge inspections, structural analyses, bridge maintenance (repair and replacement) and incidents. Information provided is current through the information release date, however subsequent updates, improvements, closures and / or incidents may not be reflected. Updates to NC Bridge Posting information will typically be provided on a monthly basis.
Move over the map below to determine which counties are in the division. Click on the pdf files to the right to diplay the division posted bridges on the associated primary routes map.
NCDOT Maintained Mileage By System Report
Highway and Road Mileage Reports
The Highway and Road Mileage report is an annual report that summarizes road mileage data, and categorizes it several ways.
The North Carolina Highway System is a dynamic system. There are typically thousands of changes made every year. This report is a snapshot of the system as of January 1, 2009. The Information & Mapping Unit strives to update this data in a timely and accurate manner. We include annual changes to the system that are reported to us on a calendar year basis. If you have any questions about the history of this data or how it is acquired, please contact the Information & Mapping Distribution Center at 919-212-6000.
Historical County Maps
History of the State Transportation Map
The information contained in the North Carolina Department of Transportation Unit website is provided as a public service to the citizens of North Carolina and to the Internet community. All information on this website is created for NCDOT Internal use. The information available on the NCDOT Information & Mapping Unit website is subject to change on a regular basis, without notice. While the NCDOT Information & Mapping Unit makes every effort to provide useful and accurate information, NCDOT, it's agents, and employees make no warranty as to the correctness or accuracy of the information whether express or implied, in fact or in law, including, without limitation, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular use. Users are advised that their use of any NCDOT Information & Mapping Data or product is at their own risk.
NCDOT Information & Mapping Unit has no control of or liability for information on other pages linked to the Information & Mapping Unit website pages.
NCDOT Information & Mapping Unit does not monitor any linked resources and cannot guarantee their accuracy. Statements, views and opinions included in an independent provider's material are strictly those of the authors. These views may not necessarily represent the opinions or policies of NCDOT, its agents, officers, or employees.