Even the roads less traveled are now on the map!

The map shows states that reported similar programs on road mapping.

*CORRECTION* Thanks to Craig Neidig for pointing out that West Virginia also has a similar road mapping project. We have updated the graphic above to include WV.

The Arkansas Geographic Information Office held a press conference on August 17, 2010 to highlight the completion of the Arkansas Road Centerline file. The counties will now maintain their data as necessary. Arkansas is among 14 states pursuing this level of coordination for creating a seamless, statewide and publicly accessible digital road map. Fortunately, in Arkansas every county is covered and the data is accessible to the public at no fee.  The links below provide more information about this accomplishment.