Indiana State Map
This thematic map of Indiana, designed by Globe Turner, is a perfect resource aid for offices, homes and educational institutions. This visual organizer of the urban space presents an overview of transportation networks with names of all primary cities printed in readable fonts. Important terrain features are marked with accuracy.
The map encompasses 10 separate insets of major settlements which include Indianapolis, downtown Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Elkhart, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Bloomington, Muncie, Evansville and South Bend. Points of interest, parks, road information like thoroughfares, freeway tollways, interchanges and airports locations are marked prominently in each inset.
Details on the Map
This thematic map of Indiana is a detailed representation of urban features of the state. Elaborate detailing of road network, accurate placement of towns and cities and precise markings of terrain features makes this map ideal for reference use. Highways are numbered and illustrated with colored lines for quick understanding. Boundaries with other states are also defined with contrasting tones. The map is complete with comprehensive detailing of 10 major settlements which have been laid out separately in insets.
They include Indianapolis, Downtown Indianapolis, Fort Wayne, Elkhart, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Bloomington, Muncie, Evansville and South Bend.
The placements of these urban settlements are highlighted with box indicators in the title frame. Route maps, freeways, tolls ways and other major roads are also drawn out clearly in each inset. Airports locations, national parks, state parks, recreational areas and other points of interest are also indicated for easy understanding. The map is also furnished with a city town index, County index, distance markers, miniature map of the US indicating the placement of Indiana along with a digitized flag of the State.
This Map of Indiana is furnished with two detailed indices of towns/ cities and counties. A driving distance chart marked in miles helps understand travelling time between places. Symbolic data like national highways, state highways, important settlements, airports, national parks, state parks, are simplified in the detail legend. This informative map poster can be ordered in four different finishes which include Paper, Matte Plastic, Laminated and Canvas in high quality prints.
Indiana is located in the great lake region of the United States in the mid-western part. Michigan forms the northern border of Indiana. Ohio borders the state on the east and Illinois borders it in the west.Lake Michigan forms a water boundary of the State in the north western region and Ohio River separates Indiana from Kentucky in the south.
The key table elaborates symbolic data like national parks, State parks, military areas, highways, important roads, airports, County boundaries and other details and other details of the title frame.
Region Location on the Map of Indiana
According to the USCB the State of Indiana is located in the Midwest Region and falls under East North Central in Division 3. The other States under this division are Illinois, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin.
Time Zone in Indiana
Indiana follows two time zones, the Central time zone and the Eastern Time Zone. Most of the state observes the Eastern Standard Time (EST) southwestern and northwestern border of the state follow the Central Standard time (CST) which is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
Major cities of Indiana
Indiana means the” land of Indians”. It is divided into 92 counties and 16 metropolitan areas. Indianapolis is the largest city of the state and also the state capital. The largest metropolitan is Greater Indianapolis. Indiana is the 17th most populous state of the contiguous US.
City Inset of Indianapolis
Indianapolis is the State capital and the county seat of Marion County. It is the most populous city of the state and is located in the central part of the state. It is a planned city and its main attractions include zoo, museum, historic sites, War Memorial, Monuments, parks and recreational areas. Four interstate highways pass through the city. Rail routes are drawn out clearly along with state routes and other primary and secondary roads. Airport locations are also indicated on the frame.
City Inset of Downtown IndianapolisThis inset enables the fastest possible orientation of the downtown area of Indianapolis. It is the central business district of the city and includes Government facilities, medical centers and universities. It is commonly known as the “Mile Square.” The inset is elaborated with up to date street information and landmark locations. Utilities, notable buildings and points of interest are marked accurately on the locator.
City Inset of Bloomington
Bloomington is located in the southern region of the state. It is the seventh largest city of the state and also the seat of Monroe County. University of Indiana is located in Bloomington. The city is mainly served with state highways which are numbered and easily recognizable in the inset. Interstate highway 69 extends up to Bloomington. There are no airports located in the city but Monroe County Airport lies five miles away from Bloomington.
City Inset of Fort Wayne
Fort Wayne is the second most populated city in Indiana located in the northeastern part of the state. It is the seat of Allen County and is the principal city of Fort Wayne metropolitan area. St Joseph can be seen flowing in the northern part of the city and Maumee River flows from north to south.
Points of interest include zoos, museums, historical sites and landmarks, botanical gardens, parks and recreational areas. The city is served mainly by interstate 69. State highways, intersections thoroughfares, tollways and other roads are also drawn out clearly for easy orientation. There are two municipal airports in Fort Wayne and their locations are also indicated on the frame.
City Inset of ElkhartElkhart is located in Elkhart County and is nicknamed the “City with a heart”. The city lies on the banks of St Joseph and Elkhart river. The two main industries of the city include musical instruments and recreational vehicles. Indiana Toll road serves the city along with state roads 19 and 120. Rail routes and airport locations are also marked for reference.
City Inset of LafayetteLafayette is the seat of Tippecanoe County which is located in the central part of the state. Interstate 65, US Route 52 and 251 serves the city along with State Highways 25, 26 and 38. Amtrak provides passenger rail service to the city however there are no airports located within the city limits. Art museums, Horticulture gardens, Purdue University, botanical gardens and notable architecture are the main attractions of the city. Other two points of interest include the Headstone of Martin. P Jennens a civil War veteran and Prophet’s Rock.
City Inset of Terre HauteTerre Haute is the seat of Vigo County and is located on the western border of the state. It is the home to many universities and educational institutions. Highways serving the city are numbered in the inset for easy understanding. Interstate 70 runs west to east. Other National and State highways, thoroughfares intersections are also marked clearly. There are two main airport locations in the city which are indicated with icons. Parks, golf courses, museums and recreational areas can also be easily found on this detailed city map.
City Inset of EvansvilleEvansville is the seat of Vanderburgh County and is the third most populous city of the state. It is nicknamed the “crescent city”, because of its location on the meander of the Ohio River. Points of interest in the city include Zoos, Museums, parks, Wesselman Woods Natural Preserve and recreational areas. Interstate highway 64, State highways and national highways that run through the city are numbered and accurately marked. Rail routes, waterways and airport locations are other features of this detailed inset.
City Inset of MuncieMuncie is the seat of Delaware County and the principal city of Muncie Metropolitan Statistical Area. It is an incorporated city nicknamed “ Little Chicago”. Interstate highways 69 runs through the city. Other highways that serve the city include US Route 35 and State Highways 3, 32, 67 and 332. The two main rail routes that run through the city are drawn out clearly. The two Airport locations are also indicated on the inset.
City Inset of South BendSouth Bend is the seat of St Joseph County and is located on the southernmost bend of the St Joseph river. It is the fourth largest city of the State. The History Museum, Studebakers National Museum, South Bend Civil Rights Heritage Center, parks and recreational areas are the main attractions of the city. Interstate 80,90 and Indiana Toll road connect the city along with state highways and national highways. Railroads, airport locations and notable buildings are also marked for quick reference.
IndexA tabular index on cities and counties and distance markers based on accurate information and map data helps locate all towns and cities on the map.
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|Size||20.5 x 26 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|