AAA Maps and Directions
Free maps, TripTik routings, TourBook guides, and more
Take Advantage of the AAA TripTik Travel Planner
The AAA TripTik® Travel Planner is a highly acclaimed, interactive trip-planning tool for creating instant address-to-address driving directions. Before you get started, check out the features and helpful tips below.
Enjoy these great features:
- Save personalized trips and maps
- More destination, hotel, restaurant, and attraction info
- Highlights AAA Member Discounts locations and AAA Approved Auto Repair facilities
- Detours, construction zones, and rest stops
- High-quality detailed maps
- Full-screen map capability
Read Our TripTik Tips:
- Saved Trips - Upon signing in you can access past trips by choosing Directions on the left navigation bar, then click on My Trips, click your saved trip. To view, click "Route".
- Creating New Trips - Set a starting and ending point (A-B). Then along the route click on the map for the hotel/stop, and within the bubble click Route to add as a point on your itinerary. To reorder the items, click Edit in the upper right of the Directions screen. You can drag the blue route to further customize. Once you have your map itinerary the way you want it, click Get Directions.
- Preview or Print TripTik - Click the Print icon at the upper right. Make your selections and click Create Print Version. A PDF preview will be generated.
- Email a Trip - To send a PDF of your route to someone else, click the Print icon at the upper right. Then click Share By Email at the bottom of the box. Please note the mobile version does not have the "email a trip" feature.
- Help Icon - Click on the (?) icon on the upper right menu bar for a description of each menu item.
Saved Trips - Locate And Route
Troubleshooting And Known Issues:
- Printing Issues: Are you using Adobe Reader or a different .pdf reader? Solution: Enable Adobe Acrobat Reader or Update to latest.
- If unable to print or see the print dialog box, ensure you disable the firewall and try again.
- Is Internet Explorer utilizing compatibility view? Solution: Turn off compatibility view in Tools menu.
- In Firefox, you will need to allow site pop-ups for ttp.aaa.com
AAA Maps and TourBook® Guides
Travel planning made easy.
AAA eTourBook Guides NEW!
For your eReader or smartphone.The AAA eTourBook Guides highlight major North American travel destinations. AAA eTourBook Guides can be loaded onto popular eReader devices including Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Sony Reader, Apple iPad and smartphones with e-reader applications.
AAA’s online maps allow you to have fun while you plot your routes, and add attractions and accommodations to your printable itinerary. When you visit the AAA Map Gallery, you'll find downloadable maps with AAA offices, highway exits, gas, food, and lodging indications, and much more.
AAA TourBook Guides
Free to members, TourBook® guides and maps are a must-have, whether you're planning a quick road trip or a long vacation. AAA TourBook® guides give you travel information about approved and rated hotels and restaurants, as well as attractions and points-of-interest in the U.S., Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. (Campground info can be found in our Online TourBooks.)
AAA Mobile Apps and Services
Solutions for AAA members on the go.
AAA Mobile App
AAA has bundled mobile app services for motorists, such as mapping and gas price comparison, as well as member-exclusive benefits including roadside assistance and discounts. The new app available for iPhone and Android-compatible devices combines the AAA Discounts, TripTik® Mobile and Roadside apps into one app creating the perfect companion for any motorist. AAA Mobile delivers a complete mobile experience for members; centering around help at the roadside, travel plans and getting the latest discount and special offers with the Member Discounts program and Member Deals.
AAA Mobile Web
AAA Mobile Web puts AAA travel information in the palm of your hand. In response to expanding browser capabilities for mobile phones, AAA Mobile Web has been relaunched after a redesign and enhancement to make it easier to use with expanded capabilities. AAA Mobile Web is compatible with any smartphone with an Internet connection.
AAA Mobile Web is accessible at AAA.mobi on a mobile Web device.
AAA eTourBook Guides NEW!
For your eReader or smartphone.The AAA eTourBook Guides highlight major North American travel destinations. AAA eTourBook Guides can be loaded onto popular eReader devices including Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook, Sony Reader, Apple iPad and smartphones with eReader applications.
Current Road Conditions
Road Conditions in TripTik
To view the most relevant road conditions on your route, use the AAA TripTik online mapping tool.
- Visit online TripTiks
- Click on Directions
- Select your Start and End Points
- Add any stops along the way
- Click Get Directions
- Click the Layers icon in upper right toolbar and turn on Construction
- Click the Print icon, Create Print version
- This will generate a PDF with each turn and stop, below the images, if there is construction, it will be noted
- Please note construction is subject to change and is best to print your map as close to travel date as possible
An elevated section of Interstate 10 collapsed Sunday amid heavy rains in the California desert, halting travel for thousands by cutting off both directions of a main corridor between Southern California and Arizona.
Update*: INTERSTATE 10 AT TEX WASH BRIDGE OPENS TO TRAFFIC ON FRIDAY RIVERSIDE – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is pleased to announce that Interstate 10 at Tex Wash Bridge will open to traffic on Friday, July 24, 2015 at noon. Crews will strengthen the westbound side of the bridge in order to allow two-way traffic— one lane in each direction. Once I-10 is opened, minor work will be performed on the westbound side and work will commence on the eastbound side of the structure to get it operational. The existing detours will remain in effect until the opening of I-10. Caltrans was able to expedite the opening of I-10 at Tex Wash Bridge, which washed out during a major storm on July 19, because of emergency contractual procedures that allowed Granite Construction, Inc. to be awarded the project on Monday, July 20, 2015. As a result of the weekend storm, Caltrans inspected other bridges in the area and two were found to need minor repairs—Adair Ditch Bridge and Hillock Ditch Bridge. The repairs on these bridges are being performed concurrently and will be completed today. Follow Caltrans District 8 on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Caltrans8 or go to our website at www.caltrans8.info. View traffic conditions at http://quickmap.dot.ca.gov.
Alternate interstate routes include Interstate 8 to the south or Interstate 40 to the north.
An alternate Highway option is to take HWY 95 to Parker and connect with HWY 62 to travel around the closed section of I-10. This will add about an hour to the trip. Please note this is a State Highway and not a major freeway. Speed limit is reduced. (not recommended for driving at night).
*Update - Alternate routes have now been loaded in the Online TripTik Travel Planner.