Florida Official Transportation Map

Through the continued efforts of the Department and the Florida Commission on Tourism, the cost of this publication continues to be offset through the sale of commercial advertising. The paper map is distributed primarily at the Official Florida Welcome Centers as well as service plazas on Florida's Turnpike.

Paper maps can also be ordered free of charge from VISIT FLORIDA

For more information on the Interactive State Map page or paper maps, please visit our Florida Official Transportation Map page.

Statewide Aerial Photography

The Image Services section is a primary source of aerial photography and digital imagery for the Florida Department of Transportation and the State of Florida. Our Aerial Photography Archive Collection (APAC) consist of over 700,000 negatives and over 450,000 new or scanned digital images. Archive images can be obtained through the Department's Aerial Photo Look Up System (APLUS), an "easy to use" internet application for searching and downloading available imagery.

County General Highway Maps

The collection of County Highway Maps for all 67 counties are available for download from our County General Highway Maps page.

Limited Use of Copyright Protected Maps

The county general highway maps and the Official Transportation Map of Florida are copyright protected in the name of the State of Florida, Department of Transportation, and are not to be reproduced for sale or resale. The digital files are intended for use by and for governmental agencies and consultants under contract with an agency. No portion of a digital file may be reproduced and provided to any other individual. Any portion of the map reproduced must contain the credit line: Copyright for this map is registered by the State of Florida, Department of Transportation.
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Florida Land Use, Cover and Forms Classification System (FLUCCS)

The Department of Transportation no longer maintains The FLUCCS handbook. The most recent edition was published by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, and can be downloaded from their website.