Illustrator Map Texas Louisiana Counties

Sure, let’s take a look at Texas and Louisiana, including some of their principal cities, waterways, and main roads.

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Principal Cities:

  1. Houston: The largest city in Texas and the fourth-largest in the U.S., known for its energy industry and diverse cultural scene.
  2. Dallas: A major business and cultural hub, known for its thriving economy and the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.
  3. Austin: The state capital, renowned for its live music scene, technology industry, and the University of Texas.
  4. San Antonio: Famous for the historic Alamo, the River Walk, and a rich colonial heritage.
  5. Fort Worth: Part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, it has a strong cultural scene, including the Fort Worth Stockyards.


  1. Rio Grande: Forms a natural border between Texas and Mexico.
  2. Colorado River: Flows through central Texas, providing water for agriculture and recreation.
  3. Brazos River: One of the longest rivers in the U.S., running through central Texas.

Main Roads:

  1. Interstate 35 (I-35): Connects major cities like Dallas, Austin, and San Antonio.
  2. Interstate 10 (I-10): Runs east-west, connecting Houston and San Antonio with the western part of the U.S.
  3. Interstate 45 (I-45): Connects Dallas and Houston.
  4. U.S. Route 83 (US 83): Runs north-south through the state.


Principal Cities:

  1. New Orleans: Famous for its vibrant culture, music, and annual Mardi Gras celebrations.
  2. Baton Rouge: The state capital and home to Louisiana State University (LSU).
  3. Shreveport: Located in the northwest, a hub for the oil industry and cultural events.
  4. Lafayette: Known for its Cajun culture, music, and cuisine.
  5. Lake Charles: A major petrochemical refining center in the state.


  1. Mississippi River: Forms the eastern border of the state, vital for trade and transportation.
  2. Red River: Marks the northern border, flowing into the Mississippi River.

Main Roads:

  1. Interstate 10 (I-10): Runs through the southern part of the state, connecting New Orleans and Baton Rouge.
  2. Interstate 20 (I-20): Crosses the northern part of the state, connecting Shreveport and Monroe.
  3. Interstate 49 (I-49): Connects Shreveport with Lafayette and New Orleans (partially completed).
  4. U.S. Route 90 (US 90): Runs parallel to I-10, connecting New Orleans with Lafayette and Lake Charles.

These descriptions provide a brief overview, and both states have a rich cultural and historical heritage with diverse geographical features.

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.

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