2015 edition Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas

Rand McNally releases 2015 edition of the Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas

Rand McNally released the 2015 edition of the Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas.

The printed trucking atlas, in its 34th edition, is updated annually with new routes and critical state safety information, and cross-referenced to Rand McNally’s IntelliRoute TND devices.

The 2015 edition includes:

  • Revised state and province maps, including updated mileages in the state mileage guides;
  • Updated highways showing the latest truck roadways as designated by the Surface Transportation Assistance Act (STAA), also known as “designated” highways;
  • Coverage of Hazardous Materials Regulations;
  • A 22-page mileage directory with more than 40,000 truck-route-specific, city-to-city mileages;
  • Fully updated state and province charts including more than 500 changes to truck-specific state contacts—such as operating authority contacts, emergency police and vehicle registration.

The 2015 edition year also marks the return of the Large Scale Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas. This version of the atlas features maps that are 37% larger than those in the regular Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas; anti-glare, tear and water resistant pages; and a tough spiral binding for stay-flat pages.

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