Map Texas Louisiana Counties for Printing

Texas and Louisiana are two large and diverse states in the southern United States, each with its own unique geography, culture, and history.

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Here’s a detailed description of some of the main cities and towns, as well as principal roads in both states:


Major Cities:

  1. Houston:
    • Known for its energy industry, NASA’s Johnson Space Center, and a diverse cultural scene.
    • Major highways: I-10, I-45, I-69, I-610.
  2. Dallas:
    • A major business and cultural hub with a thriving arts district.
    • Major highways: I-35E, I-30, I-45, I-635.
  3. Austin:
    • The capital of Texas, famous for its live music scene, technology, and a vibrant culture.
    • Major highways: I-35, Loop 1 (MoPac), TX-71.
  4. San Antonio:
    • Known for the historic Alamo, the River Walk, and a rich Spanish colonial heritage.
    • Major highways: I-10, I-35, Loop 410.
  5. Fort Worth:
    • Part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, with a strong cowboy and Western heritage.
    • Major highways: I-35W, I-30, I-820.
  6. El Paso:
    • Located on the border with Mexico, known for its multicultural influences.
    • Major highways: I-10, US-54, Loop 375.

Other Notable Places:

  • Galveston: A coastal city known for its historic architecture and Gulf of Mexico beaches.
  • Corpus Christi: A port city with beautiful beaches and a significant naval air station.
  • Amarillo: Located in the Texas Panhandle, known for its ranching heritage and Cadillac Ranch.
  • Lubbock: Home to Texas Tech University and a center for agriculture and education.

Principal Roads:

  • Interstate Highways (I): I-10, I-20, I-35, I-45, I-40, I-30, I-635, I-610, I-820.
  • US Highways (US): US-59, US-75, US-281, US-77, US-84, US-87.


Major Cities:

  1. New Orleans:
    • Famous for its vibrant music scene, Creole culture, and annual Mardi Gras celebrations.
    • Major highways: I-10, I-610, US-90.
  2. Baton Rouge:
    • The capital city, known for its historical architecture and Louisiana State University.
    • Major highways: I-10, I-12, I-110.
  3. Shreveport:
    • Located in the northwest, known for its casinos and cultural events.
    • Major highways: I-20, I-49, US-71.
  4. Lafayette:
    • In the heart of Cajun country, known for its distinctive cuisine and cultural heritage.
    • Major highways: I-10, I-49, US-90.

Other Notable Places:

  • Lake Charles: A city in the southwest with a strong petrochemical industry and cultural festivals.
  • Alexandria: Central Louisiana city with historical sites and outdoor recreational opportunities.
  • Monroe: Known for the Louisiana Purchase Gardens and Zoo and the Biedenharn Museum and Gardens.

Principal Roads:

  • Interstate Highways (I): I-10, I-12, I-20, I-49, I-110.
  • US Highways (US): US-61, US-71, US-90, US-190.

Both Texas and Louisiana have extensive highway systems connecting cities and towns, and these roads play a crucial role in transportation and commerce in the region. The descriptions provided here are just a snapshot, and each city and town has its own unique characteristics and attractions.

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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