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Arizona Road Map

The scalable Arizona map on this page shows the state's major roads and highways as well as its counties and cities, including Phoenix, Arizona's capital city and most populous city.
Monument Valley Road in Arizona
Monument Valley Road, Arizona

Arizona Map Navigation

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Arizona road map
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Arizona Map Scale Of Miles

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Arizona Interstate Highways

Arizona's Interstate Highways connect its major cities and facilitate travel between Arizona and its neighbors.

  • From its eastern terminus near Casa Grande, I-8 travelers can drive westward into southern California.
  • I-10 traverses southern Arizona, connecting the cities of Phoenix and Tucson while linking California to the west with New Mexico to the east.
  • I-15 traverses northwestern Arizona for a short distance between eastern Nevada and southwestern Utah.
  • Central Arizona's I-17 connects the cities of Phoenix and Flagstaff.
  • From Arizona's southern border with Mexico, I-19 travelers can drive northward, connecting with I-10 near Tucson.
  • In north-central Arizona, I-40 traverses the state from New Mexico in the east to California in the west, passing through Flagstaff along the way.

Arizona Scenic Routes

Arizona features number of scenic drives including the Grand Canyon Loop which begins and ends at Flagstaff and runs around the canyon's outer rim.  A short trip from Flagstaff is the town of Sedona which affords stunning vistas of the Red Rock Country and a number of state parks where you can view the intriguing red formations up close.  A short distance from Mesa lies the Apache Trail, a former Native American path that passes through Tonto National Forest and is home to some fascinating cliff dwellings.  More information about scenic roads in Arizona is available on this Arizona Highways web page.

Arizona Road Travel Resources

For more information about Arizona's roads and transportation infrastructure, visit the Arizona Department of Transportation website.  For Arizona road traffic conditions, visit the Federal Highway Administration's Arizona Traffic Information page.

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