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About Our Maps
The Adobe PDF File Format:
Most of the maps on this page are in the Adobe PDF file format.  To view and print our PDF files we recommend the Adobe Reader® browser plug-in. This plug-in allows you to view our maps directly in your Internet Explorer, Netscape, or AOL browser.

File Sizes
Our downloadable map files range from 100kb to over 5 Mb in size. We have noted the file size next to each file link for your convenience.

Data in Other Formats
Please see our Links page for more data resources.

Standard Map Projection:
Our maps use the Oregon Geographic Information Council´s (OGIC) Lambert Projection.
More information can be found on our ODOT Standard Coordinate System page.
City Maps
Download ODOT City Maps in PDF format:
Go to our City Maps page to download these files.

Features included on ODOT City Maps:
  • Streets, roads and highways
  • Railroads
  • Schools
  • Public buildings
  • Political boundaries
  • Land and water features
  • Public Land Survey System (PLSS) Section corners

File size issues:
Larger PDFs, over 1.0mb in size, may load slowy in some browsers depending on your connection speed. If this is the case we recommend downloading a copy of the map locally to your computer. To do this right click the map link and select "Save Link As...". This will allow you to save the PDF. 
County Maps
Download ODOT County Maps in PDF format:
Go to our County Maps page to download these files.

County Sheets:
Most counties are large enough to require more than one map to cover the entire county area. County areas may be broken down into multiple "sheets." File naming convention for the county map series is based on the county name and the sheet number. The first four letters of the county name is used, followed by the sheet number.  The sheet number may be 1 through the total number of sheets created for a given county. For example, the PDF file name for sheet 2 of Crook County would be croo2.pdf.

Features Included on ODOT County Maps:
  • Highways and roads
  • Road names (outside enlargement areas)
  • Functional classification of roads
  • Railroads and railroad ownership
  • Communities, incorporated cities and city limits
  • Township, Range and Section
  • State parks
  • Forest boundaries
  • Airports
  • Land and water features
  • Latitude and Longitude
Statewide Maps
Oregon Official State Highway Map:
The Oregon Official State Highway Map includes highways and roads, posted routes, mileage, interstate exit numbers, rest areas, cities, towns, counties, State and Federal lands, water features, parks, campgrounds, airports, lighthouses, fish hatcheries, winter recreation areas, and historic / national trails. (Last Updated 2015)
Click here to get information on how to order the Oregon Official State Highway Map

ODOT Statewide Maps in PDF format:

Other Statewide Maps:
  • Over-Dimension Truck Route Maps - Please note: The Oregon route maps accessible here are for reference only. Truckers who need safe routing instructions for over-dimension movements must contact the Motor Carrier Transportation Division in Salem at 503-378-5849.  
  • Right of Way Maps - Contact the Maps and Plans Center at (503) 986-3792
ODOT Region Maps
Statewide ODOT Region Maps in PDF format:

ODOT Region Maps in PDF image format:
 ODOT Regions
Features included on ODOT Region Maps:  cities, counties, highways, and posted route numbers.
(Last updated 2017)
ODOT District Maps
Statewide ODOT District Maps in PDF format:
  • ODOT Maintenance District Map - includes District Manager, Maintenance Unit Manager, cities, counties, districts, highways, highway numbers, and posted route numbers. (Last updated 2016 - 1.7Mb)

ODOT District Maintenance Maps in PDF format:
 ODOT Districts
ODOT Districts 
Features include on ODOT District Maps: cities, districts, counties, odot maintenance sections, highways, highway numbers and posted route numbers. (Last updated 2017)
Pavement Condition Maps
Statewide Pavement Condition Maps in PDF format:
  • Pavement Conditions - includes pavement conditions, cities, counties, regions, districts, highways, highway number, posted route number, and milepoints. (Last updated 2012)

Statewide SPIS Maps (Includes sites both On-State and Off-State Highways)


Statewide SPIS/SIP Maps (2014 and earlier)
Features include: SPIS sites and number of crashes on five mile segments, cities, regions, districts, counties, highway numbers, and posted route numbers.


SPIS Region Maps (Includes sites both On-State and Off-State Highways) 

ODOT Regions
ODOT Regions 
Features include: SPIS sites (2012 - 2014) on state highways, functionally classified roads, cities, regions, counties, highway numbers, and posted route numbers. (Last updated 6/15/2016)


What is SIP?

Oregon has made a major effort to emphasize safety in all projects. The Safety Investment Program (SIP) of the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) provides separate funding to address safety issues on preservation projects. In addition, safety considerations are identified in all projects involving the governor and the legislature.

NOTE: The SIP Program was discontinued after 2012.


What is SPIS?
The SPIS/SIP maps found on this page refer to the Safety Priority Index System (SPIS). SPIS is a method developed by ODOT for identifying potential safety problems on state highways. SPIS is a tool used to identify crash history in 0.10 mile or variable length segments on state highways. SPIS scores are developed based upon crash frequency, severity, and rate. A prioritized list is created for each region (the top 10 percent of statewide SPIS sites) and is provided to regions annually for analysis and possible corrective action.


If you are having trouble downloading or viewing any of our files please take a look at our help page .
Our products are for informational purposes only and may not have been prepared for legal, engineering or surveying purposes. Users of this information should review or consult the primary data and information sources to ascertain the usability of the information.