Austin Texas US editable vector map svg free

Editable Vector Map of the Austin Texas US in SVG format.
Can be edited in the following programs: Adobe Illustrator, CorelDraw, InkScape
Principal streets and roads, names places, residential streets and roads, road number labels, water objects, land use areas.

Austin Texas US editable vector map svg free

Austin Texas US editable vector map svg free

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Austin, Texas, is a vibrant city with a mix of historic and modern neighborhoods, bustling streets, and significant roads that define its character. Here are some of the principal streets, roads, and city districts:

Principal Streets and Roads

  1. Congress Avenue:
    • One of the most iconic streets in Austin, running north-south through downtown and leading to the Texas State Capitol. It is a hub for parades, festivals, and political events.
  2. 6th Street:
    • Known for its lively nightlife, music venues, bars, and restaurants. It’s a major entertainment district in downtown Austin.
  3. South Congress Avenue (SoCo):
    • A trendy area south of downtown featuring boutiques, cafes, food trucks, and the famous “I love you so much” mural at Jo’s Coffee.
  4. Guadalupe Street (The Drag):
    • Runs along the western edge of the University of Texas campus, filled with shops, eateries, and student hangouts.
  5. Lamar Boulevard:
    • A major north-south arterial road that passes through central Austin and is lined with a variety of businesses, restaurants, and parks.
  6. Mopac Expressway (Loop 1):
    • A key freeway that runs parallel to Lamar Boulevard and serves as a major north-south route through western Austin.
  7. Interstate 35 (I-35):
    • A crucial interstate highway running north-south through Austin, dividing the city into east and west.
  8. Riverside Drive:
    • Runs along Lady Bird Lake and is known for its scenic views, apartment complexes, and proximity to downtown.
  9. Burnet Road:
    • A major north-south road with a mix of shops, restaurants, and bars, representing a blend of old and new Austin.
  10. Cesar Chavez Street:
    • Runs east-west through downtown and East Austin, known for its cultural landmarks and proximity to Lady Bird Lake.

Principal City Districts

  1. Downtown:
    • The central business district with skyscrapers, government buildings, entertainment venues, and a vibrant nightlife.
  2. East Austin:
    • Known for its rich cultural heritage, diverse communities, trendy restaurants, art galleries, and historic sites.
  3. South Congress (SoCo):
    • A fashionable district south of downtown with eclectic shops, music venues, and popular eateries.
  4. West Campus:
    • Primarily housing University of Texas students, this area is dense with apartment complexes, restaurants, and college bars.
  5. Zilker:
    • Home to Zilker Park, Barton Springs Pool, and many outdoor activities. It’s a popular area for families and outdoor enthusiasts.
  6. Hyde Park:
    • A historic district with tree-lined streets, charming bungalows, and a close-knit community feel.
  7. The Domain:
    • A newer, upscale area in North Austin with high-end shopping, dining, and residential developments.
  8. Mueller:
    • A planned urban village on the site of the old airport, known for its sustainable design, parks, and community amenities.
  9. South Lamar (SoLa):
    • An up-and-coming area with a mix of older establishments and new developments, known for its dining and entertainment options.
  10. North Loop:
    • A quirky, bohemian neighborhood with vintage shops, coffee houses, and a distinct Austin vibe.

These streets and districts encapsulate the diverse and dynamic nature of Austin, offering a blend of history, culture, and modern amenities.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.