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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 24. Transportation and Motor Vehicles
Agency 30. Department of Transportation
Chapter 390. Virginia Scenic Highways and Byways

24VAC30-390-10. Virginia Scenic Highways and Byways (Filed by Description with the Registrar of Regulations).

Description: The regulations governing Virginia's scenic highways and byways establish the policies and procedures which the Commonwealth Transportation Board, the department, local governing bodies, and the Department of Conservation and Recreation will follow in adding or deleting a route from the lists of scenic highways or Virginia byways. The policy includes a list of criteria which proposed road segments must meet before they can be considered for addition. These include aesthetic, cultural and safety factors.

Document available for inspection at the following location:

Virginia Department of Transportation

Management Services Division

1401 East Broad Street, 7th Floor

Richmond, VA 23219

Statutory Authority

§ 33.2-210 of the Code of Virginia.

Historical Notes

Derived from VR385-01-33, eff. August 13, 1993; filed by description June 26, 1995; amended, Volume 14, Issue 13, eff. February 24, 1998.

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