Road Network in Colorado
The Colorado road map provides a vivid view of the entire Colorado road conditions and road network of the state.
and Interstate 70
link the east-west locations of the state, while Interstate 25
connects the north-south destinations. Important towns linked by these routes include Breckenridge, Telluride, Winter Park, Keystone, Aspen, Gunnison, Leadville, Glenwood Springs, Durango, Aurora, Denver, and many others. These towns are clearly indicated in the road map of Colorado.
Colorado Routes include:
Route 24, Route 34, Route 36, Route 40, Route 50, Route 84, Route 85, Route 138, Route 160, Route 285, Route 287, Route 350, Route 385, Route 491 and Route 550.
In addition to the interstates, Colorado is also intersected by United States highways such as US 50 and US 40. The road map of Colorado indicates such towns as Naturita, Eads, Meeker, Silverton, Springfield, Trinidad, Lamar, Antonito, Campo, Boulder, Durango, Fruita, Kit Carson, Moffat, South Fork, Cortez, Cacon City, Graby, and several others. All these towns are conveniently connected by the extensive road network of Colorado.
With 85,400 miles of roads, the state of Colorado boasts a well-developed transportation infrastructure. Buses, automobiles and trucks are commonly found on the state's many roads. According to a survey in the year 2000, Colorado's roads carry 5,786 buses, 1,699,469 trucks, and 1,920,757 automobiles.Mapsofworld.com also offers other exclusive Colorado maps, which include a Denver road map and a Colorado real estate map, as well as maps of other US states.
Last Updated on: May 12, 2017