This reference map of Nebraska presents an overview of urban space. The name of the state is an anglicized pronunciation of Otoe word “Ni Brasge” meaning ‘flat river’. The state capital Lincoln and many other cities are named in their true location. The elaborate road network is depicted with numbers and color coded margins.
The detailed city layout of settlements like Lincoln, Grand Island, Kearney, North Platte and Omaha are projected in separate insets. Significant physical features include Sandhills, Pine Ridges,High Plains and Panorama Point. Detailing done with accurate data makes this map perfect for general reference.
Details on the map
The Nebraska Map depicts the physical and political layout of the state with rich imagery and high-detail cartography. The map shows state demarcations along with placements of primary cities, secondary cities, airports, national parks, state parks and recreational areas. National and state highways are specifically numbered and can be identified in a glance.
Separate frames highlight an elaborate know-how of major settlements which includes the city layout of Lincoln, Grand Island, Kearney, North Platte and Omaha. Physical attributes like mountain peaks, rivers, lakes and plains can also be located with ease. The map is also furnished with a city with a detail index of City /town, a county index and a driving distance chart which helps estimate distance between two towns and cities marked on the map. Other interesting features of the map include a miniature map of the US indicating the placement of Nebraska and a digitized flag of the State.
Where is Nebraska on map?
Nebraska extends over the Great Plains and the mid-western region of the United States. South Dakota borders the state to the north and Kansas to the south. Missouri can be placed to the southeast across the Missouri River .Iowa and Wyoming are located on the east and western border respectively. Colorado can be placed in the southwest.
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 Nebraska Map
According to the USCB the State of Nebraska is located in the southern part of the US and falls under the east south central region in Division 6. The other States under this division are Alabama, Kentucky and Tennessee.
Time Zone in Nebraska
Nebraska is divided into two time zones. Most of Nebraska falls under the Central Time Zone and follows the Central Standard Time (CST) which is 5 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time. 18 Counties of the state located in the western panhandle fall under the Mountain Time Zone and follow the Mountain Standard time(MST) which is 6 hours behind Greenwich Mean Time.
Zip Code of Nebraska
The Zip Code range of Nebraska is 68001-69367.
Major cities of Nebraska
Lincoln the capital of the state and the largest city is Omaha are named in their true location and elaborated in insets. Hundreds of cities and towns are captioned and can be placed throughout the extent of the map. The frame draws attention to the placement of the state capital Lincoln, Grand Island, Kearney, North Platte and Omaha. with a bright box highlighter.
The detailed layout of these settlements are also elaborated separately in insets for easy understanding. Other urban markings include military areas, state and interstate highways, major roads, recreational areas, points of interest and airports. A tabular index of cities/towns and counties along with a distance marker help locate all places of importance on the map effortlessly. Nebraska is divided into 93 counties. Douglas County is the most populous county whereas Cherry County is the largest in terms of land area.
The capital city Lincoln is the seat of Lancaster County and is the second most populous city of the state. It was named to commemorate US President Abraham Lincoln. The university of Nebraska is located within the city. The Lincoln Metropolitan and Statistical area consists of Lancaster County and Seward County. Attractions of the city include Sunken Garden, Lincoln Children’s Zoo and Museums. The city is home to 131 parks Bicentennial Cascade, Antelope Park and Rose Garden. Street system is numbered for easy recognition. Interstate highway 80,180, national highways, state highways, other primary roads, secondary roads, freeways, intersections and tollways are notably marked along with airport locations.
Grand Island is the seat of Hall County and the principal city of the Grand Island Metropolitan area. The Grand Island Metropolitan consists of Merrick, Howardand Hamilton counties. Points of interest, notable buildings, universities, art centers and museums can be placed clearly on the inset. The transportation network includes interstate highway 80, US highways, state highways ,primary and secondary roads, thoroughfares, intersections and tollways. Railroads and airport locations are also indicated on the map.
Kearney is the seat of Buffalo County. It is located at the center of the seven state region which includes Omaha- Lincoln, Denver, Kansas City, Des Moines, Wichita and Cheyenne. It is also home to University of Nebraska, Kearney. Attractions of the city include museums, Art Centers, George. W. Frank House, parks and recreational areas.. Airport locations and railroads are marked on the inset for quick reference. Highways are numbered and differentiated with color codes for easy understanding.
North Platte is a first class city of Nebraska and the seat of Lincoln County. It is located in the southwestern portion of the state at the confluence of North and South Platte Rivers. North Platte boasts of the world’s largest rail yard, Bailey Yard. Other points of interest include historical parks, green spaces and recreational areas. Interstate 80 serves the city along with railroads and airways. Highways are numbered, rail routes drawn out and airport locations are indicated on the frame.
Omaha is a Metropolitan Class City and the largest city of the state. It is located on the banks of Missouri river and is the seat of Douglas County. The city is the cultural and economic center of the state. Papillion Creek, Crater Lake, Lake Manawa are all placed within the Omaha metropolitan area. Other points of interest include Fort Omaha Historic District, Gold Coast Historic District, Bemis Park, Henry Doorly Zoo, Churches, museums, parks and recreational areas. The city is served with Amtrak passenger rail, Interstate 80,680,480 and 29 and US route 75 and 275.
A 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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|POD Size||20.75 x 18.5 in|
|Publisher Name||Globe Turner|