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roadfro:

--- Quote from: DesertDog on July 25, 2014, 07:03:34 AM ---http://www.nevadadot.com/
-  Usually I'm not a fan of how most DOT sites are laid out but this one is pretty user friendly.  It is pretty cut and dry but has a ton of historical maps of the Nevada Highway, it basically has every single year back to the 1910s scanned on PDF.

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If you like the historic Nevada maps, you might try looking at this site:
http://contentdm.library.unr.edu/explore/NVMapsExplore/nvmaps/highway.html

It's the same map collection as NDOT's, maintained by the map library at UNR. While the maps aren't PDFs you can download, they are in at much higher resolution and are displayed in a JPEG viewer format that allows high-quality closeup viewing.

Pete from Boston:
historicaerials.com

historicmapworks.com

Scott5114:
Wikipedia can be a great source of road information, depending on the state. A lot of the information on Oklahoma roads I've contributed there has not previously been on the Web in an easily accessible form.

rschen7754:
Ditto with California. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:USRD/A/L is a semi-accurate indicator of how good a state is doing: the lower the omega, the better quality coverage there generally is.

http://libraryarchives.metro.net/DPGTL/Californiahighways/SitemapCaHighways.htm has all of the California Highways and Public Works journals, free for download. There's other gems like this scattered around the Internet, if you know where to look.

billtm:
This is a cool website:

http://www.highwayexplorer.com/IndianaHighwayList.php

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