EarthWorks Geospatial Catalog

National Highway Network Nodes

Description
The National Highway Planning Network is a comprehensive network database of the nation's major highway system. It consists of over 400,000 miles of the nation's highways comprised of Rural Arterials, Urban Principal Arterials and all National Highway System routes. The data set covers the 48 contiguous States plus the District of Columbia, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. The nominal scale of the data set is 1:100,000 with a maximal positional error of ?80 meters.
Publisher
Bureau of Transportation Statistics
Year
1992
Held by
Harvard
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