VTrans has upgraded its public information portal
for maps of our spatial data:
pavement, bridges, projects, and highway maintenance. Check out what is currently available, and look for new data to be added often.
VTrans Planned Bridge Closures
Our Structures engineers and project managers have been working to provide information about where
Planned Bridge Closures for Upcoming Projects
will take place.
By clicking on the yellow bridge symbols, you can find out where and when the bridge closure is likely to take place, and where it is available,
a link to additional information.
VTrans Route Logs (Straight-Line Diagrams) [BETA]
Our Mapping Unit folks have begun to release VTrans' latest route logs. We have created an associated web map for selecting
. Route logs, also known as straight-line diagrams,
are depictions of a given section of highway as it would look if the section were straightened out. This depiction method helps VTrans staff
and engineers see the relationship of various pieces of information, like road widths, curves and grades, and historic projects. By clicking on the orange lines, you find the
route code and mileage for a given segment, the town it belongs to, and how many pages there are associated with that segment's route log, and a link
to the associated route log. you can also review the entire collection of route logs on our FTP Server
Vermont Statewide Park and Ride Lots (UPDATED)
We have released a new, format-responsive web map for
Vermont Statewide Park and Ride Lots
. This map now includes better integration with mobile devices. By clicking on a given park and
ride location, you can find out it's size, whether it's lighted/shelter available/bike rack available, which transit providers service it,
and other information. Give it a try and
let us know what you think
VTrans Digital Print Room
VTrans' digital archive is now available. The archive is a repository for oversize materials and includes as-built plans, various photos, diagrams, maps, etc.
Let us know if you have any questions
The Online Map Center (OMC) is intended to be the source for VTrans-specific maps at VTrans. From this page, you will be able to access two type of maps,
the first are static maps. These maps are image files of paper maps within the Agency. The second type of maps are interactive maps. These maps
will allow you to magnify (zoom in/out) areas of interest and/or to identify the main features of the map and see additional information. The data source
of all of these maps is VTrans" Geographic Information System (GIS). Our current GIS environment utilizes products from ESRI including
ArcGIS Server for our interactive mapping. Please follow the links below to map of interest. Feedback is appreciated
VTrans' GIS environment is constantly evolving. This site represent the newest iteration in our web map environment. Keep coming back to see what is new.