Whether you want to drive across the state, find the closest airport, discover new places of interest or check out a state lake, the new 2015-2016 Kansas Official State Transportation Map published by the Kansas Department of Transportation has it all.
City and county indexes are above the map as well as a distance map that allows motorists to pick the best route to their destination. Visitor resources, helpful phone numbers and websites as well as list of all state recreation areas are also provided.
On the back of the map are inset maps of Kansas City, Wichita, Topeka and 13 other cities. There is information on how to get road condition information and highlights of Kansas driving laws.
“The state map offers so much more than just directions – it’s a great source of information for those traveling or just want to learn more about Kansas,” said Secretary of Transportation Mike King. “It’s always good to have a state map handy.”
Maps will be available at various travel information centers, attractions and other locations across the state. They can also be requested on the KDOT website at www.ksdot.org/maps.asp.