Indiana is a crossroads. Ever since the National Road was built in the 1830s, transportation routes have been a large part of the state's identity. Indiana is at the confluence of the Midwest, where the Great Lakes give way to vast plains and countryside verges on big-city factories.
Travelers to Indiana will encounter a variety of roads throughout the diverse state, ranging from quiet, cornfield-lined two-lane routes to hilly southern byways to the racetrack at the Indianapolis Speedway.
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