Maps of Route 66

Route 66 University's map collection currently includes two types: (1) vintage road map examples used during Route 66's glory years of the mid-twentieth century, and (2) modern clickable online maps based on Google Maps and field-verified GPS coordinates.

Vintage Route 66 roadmaps GPS-based Route 66 maps
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Vintage Route 66 Roadmaps

**Some vintage maps in this collection are in PDF format, and therefore require the free Adobe Reader plugin in order to view them with your internet browser. Your browser most likely already includes the reader, but if not, you can obtain it at the Adobe website. A major advantage of the PDF format is the ability to zoom in for extra detail.**

State Maps

These maps show the path of Route 66 as it traversed eight states. The states are listed below in the order in which the Route 66 motorist encounters them in an east-to-west direction.

Illinois

Illinois

 

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Missouri

Misouri

 

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Kansas

Kansas

 

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Oklahoma

Oklahoma

 

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Texas

Texas

 

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New Mexico

New Mexico

 

Go to the New Mexico vintage roadmaps >>



Arizona

Arizona

 

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California

California

 

Go to the California vintage roadmaps >>



City Maps

A limited number of city maps are available. Refer to the table below.

 

Detailed City Maps of Selected Route 66 Cities
Illinois Missouri Kansas Oklahoma
Springfield Carthage/Joplin
Springfield
St Louis
Sullivan
Okla. City
Tulsa
 
Texas New Mexico Arizona California
Amarillo Albuquerque Holbrook
Winslow
Flagstaff
Kingman
Greater L.A.

Please let us know if you can help by providing more city maps!

 

Got Maps?

Route U is always looking for addtional map resources. Let us know if you have a gem you can share with us.

Keep in mind, of course, that more recent maps (and other publications) may still be under the control of the original artist or other copyright holder.