• close up map of Boston and surrounding areas
  • Cities and towns map links to PDF file

    Locate any city or town in Massachusetts at one glance.
  • MBTA commuting and driving maps

    Planning to take public transportation but not sure of the best way to get from A to Z? Check here for detailed maps of the entire MBTA system, including subway, boats, buses, and computer rail.
  • Mass. state highway map

    View the Official Massachusetts Transportation map here. Please Note: This map is large format and may not be suitable for printing.
  • Pond maps

    Fishing, bird watching, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, and observing nature are all great ways to reduce stress and clear the mind. The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife provides detailed maps of ponds open to the public and information sheets listing each pond's depth, acreage, and facilities including boat ramps, picnicking grounds, and fish cleaning stations.
  • Regional tourism maps

    You can cross Massachusetts in less than three hours by car. But having a regional map handy can ensure you find the places you're looking for along the way. Here you'll find tourism-related maps, as well as a map with city to city mileage and driving times.

  • SmartTraveler

    SmartTraveler provides local weather, traffic conditions, location-specific traveler warnings, alerts, or notices, Wi-Fi hot spots, and other real-time information for your travel safety, comfort, and convenience.
  • Trail maps for state parks

    Looking for good outdoor trails for hiking, biking, and backpacking? Trail maps are available for many state parks through the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR). The electronic maps found on the DCR website are meant only as a guide, so be sure to pick up a printed map upon your arrival.
  • Wildlife management area maps

    MassWildlife owns over 100 Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) and 13 wildlife sanctuaries with care and control of over 160,000 acres of lands and waters. All WMAs are open to hunting, fishing, trapping, and other outdoor recreation activities. Sanctuaries are more restrictive – that is, camping, hunting, fishing, and trapping is prohibited. Click on an area of the state for which you would like to view wildlife management maps.
  • 511 traveler information

    Pick up your cell or landline, dial 511, and get the scoop on traffic for major highways in Western Massachusetts, Central Massachusetts, and the South Coast. Build your own travel alerts and personalize them based on routes and time of day.