Rand McNally publishes 2016 road atlas

Rand McNally has released the 2016 edition of its Motor Carriers’ Road Atlas. The printed atlas, first published in the early 1980s during the period of trucking deregulation, is designed for over-the-road professional drivers.
Stephen Fletcher, chief executive officer of Rand McNally, said, “We simplify drivers lives by cross-referencing the atlas pages and content to the software on our award-winning IntelliRoute TND truck-specific GPS devices and the new TND Tablet.”
The atlas has been updated and released annually since the first 1982 edition. At that time, deregulation via the Motor Carrier Act of 1980 was in effect, which reduced barriers to entry, resulting in more professional drivers hitting the road. The atlas soon became a staple for pro drivers.
With each new edition, Rand McNally upgrades maps and content to keep drivers up-to-date on the road. The newest edition includes:
•Updated US state and Canadian province maps.
•Revised “designated” highways showing the latest truck roadways as specified by the Surface Transportation Assistance Act (STAA).
•Updated restricted routes, low clearances, and weigh station locations.
•A 22-page mileage directory with more than 40,000 truck-route-specific, city-to-city mileages.
•A review of hazardous materials regulations.
•Fully updated state and province charts including more than 500 changes to truck-specific state contacts, such as operating authority contacts, emergency police, and vehicle registration. The section also includes road construction and conditions hotlines.
This atlas is available in paperback; in a spiral-bound, laminated Deluxe version; and a Large Scale edition with maps that are 37% larger printed on laminated pages plus a tough spiral binding for stay-flat pages.
Learn more at www.randmcnally.com.

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