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Functional Classification

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Vermont follows the Functional Classification (FC) system for both state and non-state roads. This change from the previous road-typing guidance was changed in September 2014. As of January, 2016, all counties in Vermont have been updated to the new standard.

State Resources

County/Town Data

This map series is inspired by the County‐Town map series last produced by VTRANS in the 1980's.

The maps feature the public roads of Vermont. The major routes (ranging from principal arterials to minor collectors) are highlighted. Also included are the town highway numbers and names of many of the town highways. Other features include the locations of police stations, fire stations, and hospitals.

What makes this atlas unique in comparison to other atlas products is the County‐Town tiling structure that ensures that at least one map sheet will contain a particular town in its entirety.

More information about the map series

Town/City Resources


WME Scripts

Useful scripts to help you start your WME carrier. Please read the General installation instructions before installing scripts.