The Bicentennial Edition of the Official Missouri Highway Map celebrates 200 years of travel in the Show-Me State. You can pick up your free copy August 12th through 22nd at the Highway Gardens Expo Center at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia or contact your local MODOT district office. Among other advantages, the paper map allows motorists to plan their route without having to worry about cellphone coverage or data drops. The Bicentennial Edition souvenir map features a brief history of travel in Missouri, beginning before the state was ratified on August 10, 1821, through frontier days and into the state’s modern era with 33,830 miles of state-maintained routes, 4,800 miles of railroad tracks, 1,380 miles of Interstate highways, 125 public-use airports and 15 public ports. The map is also great for locating public-use airports, hospitals, colleges and universities, national forests, state parks and conservation areas. If you can’t make it to the fair, you can order a state map by calling 1-888-ASK-MODOT (275-6636) or request a map online at modot.org/official-state-highway-map.