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New Kansas map showcases state's beauty

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There’s no place like Kansas as the new 2013-14 Official State Transportation Map illustrates by highlighting things to see and places of interest that are unique to the state.

From the Kansas Cosmosphere to the Flint Hills Discovery Center, the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum, and all the landscapes featured along the Kansas Byways, the map showcases many places of interest the state has for its citizens and visitors.

In addition to the basic state map on one side and city insets on the other are listings of recreation areas, museums, cities and counties. There is also information about accessing road conditions, visitor resources, a distance map and other helpful phone numbers and websites.

The Kansas Department of Transportation works with several state agencies to create the map. About 800,000 copies of the maps will be distributed in Kansas and across the United States in the next two years.

Maps are available free of charge at Kansas Travel Centers, at KDOT Headquarters and District offices and at various hotels, attractions and other locations across the state.

Date: 4/15/2013



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