Interactive Web Maps
Listed below are interactive web-based maps available for download from VTrans. These maps have capabilities and features not normally associated with paper maps,
like panning and zooming, and identifying features by clicking on them.
This map indicates the preliminary damage severity for a given natural disaster event, selected by the date of the event.
VOLGIS is a web-based,
GIS application that allows users to search for, and retrieve
geodetic control information using a graphical interface.
Vermont has many Park and Rides located throughout the state making it
easier to carpool or vanpool to your destination.
Vermont's 511 system is administrated by VTrans staff, and provides current travel-related information.
A listing of the current events and conditions in Vermont's 511 system as administrated by VTrans staff.
Data is listed by route, and is sorted from begin to end, giving an approximation of what to expect while traveling along a given route.
This map displays the current boundaries and route extensions for VTrans' maintenance districts.
VTrans' Digital Print Room (DPR) is the agency archival system for large format documents and imagery. It contains historic project plans, inventory photos, subsurface reports, etc.
In support of Vermont's Green Up effort, we released a web map for
Year-to-Date VTrans Litter Picking Activities
. This map shows where VTrans
Operations staff has been picking up litter, and the how much litter was picked. Click on the green lines for details.
This map provides project status information pertaining to Agency projects.
Our Structures engineers and project managers have been working to provide information about where
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.
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
A Map of culverts under six feet in diameter, collected in the small culvert inventory.
This map displays the location of subsurface investigations performed by VTrans.
VTransparency is an on-line tool designed to help Vermonters easily access information regarding pavement condition, bridges, engineering projects, and highway maintenance
along interstate and state highways. Whether a bridge or roadway is in fine shape, being designed for improvement or under construction,
VTransparency allows users to access information about transportation assets they will find useful.