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Functional classification maps
Mississippi DOT maps, including functional class maps, city and county maps, and construction information.
Mississippi GIS page, to be considered a secondary resource – with some errors, but with some additional information not found in the above link.
Mississippi currently uses the MDOT Functional Classification Maps in PDF form.
Please see the Mississippi forum for in-progress and completed areas and to sign up for an area to work on.
|Username||Area Managed||Comments||Forum PM|
|Level 6 Country Managers|
|jasonh300||Gulf Coast||US Country Manager, Waze Champ, Regional Coordinator-Region 4. Concentrates on New Orleans and the entire Mississippi Gulf Coast.||PM|
|Level 5 Area Managers (Mississippi Based)|
|CrackedLCD||Local||Grenada, Leflore, Carroll and Yalobusha Counties. Also areas in Alabama and Florida. USA nationwide editor.|
|bart99gt||Statewide||Mississippi State Manager, Memphis, TN|
|Level 4 Area Managers|
|jwkilgore||Local||Montgomery, Choctaw and Oktibbeha Counties.|
|Level 3 Area Managers|
|majorjc_MS||Local||Hinds, Rankin, Scott, Newton, Copiah, Simpson, Smith, and Jasper Counties.|
Road type quick reference chart
|Interstate||US Hwy[a]||US Hwy BUS, SPUR, LOOP||State Hwy||Locally-maintained|
|example||I-59 N||US-11||US-61 BUS||MS-23||Robertson St|
|Other Freeways and Expressways||n/a|
|Other Principal Arterial||n/a|
|Urban Minor Arterial||n/a|
|Rural Minor Arterial||n/a||[b]or||[b]or||[b]or|
|Rural Major Collector||n/a||[b]or|
|Rural Minor Collector||n/a|
^a This includes ALT, TRUCK, BYP, CONN, and SCENIC US routes.
^b Generally, default to the LOWER of the two choices. However, use the greater of the two choices if the road is between two urban areas and is classified higher in the urban area than in the rural one. If the road does not enter another urban area, then use the lower choice. Additional discussion and examples on how this should be applied can be found in this discussion: https://www.waze.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=596&t=102099&start=10
If the road is dirt, gravel, or otherwise unpaved, then the road should ALWAYS be marked as "Dirt / 4x4 Trail", regardless of classification. MDOT does have some gravel/dirt roads marked as major/minor/urban collectors. Be aware of this and be careful to confirm the road surface type outside of areas you are familiar or are in very rural areas of the state.
- A US Highway classified as a Minor Arterial is a .
- A US Highway BUS (Business) route classified as a Minor Arterial is a .
- A State Highway classified as an Other Freeway is a .
- A State Highway classified as an Urban Collector is a .
- A State Highway classified as a Rural Minor Arterial that becomes an Urban Minor Arterial at both ends of the rural area is a .
- A locally-maintained road classified as an Other Principal Arterial is a .
- A locally-maintained road classified as an Urban Collector is a .