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U s fish and wildlife service 2006 transportation conference

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

2006 Transportation Conference

PARTNERSHIPS

&

America’s Byways


The national scenic byways program a brief overview
The National Scenic Byways Program- a brief overview

  • Distinctive collection of roads that each embody one of six intrinsic qualities

    • Natural; historic; recreational; archeological; cultural; scenic

  • State and national designations

  • Non prescriptive

  • Grassroots program


Working with byway groups
Working with Byway Groups

  • Byway groups are grassroots in nature- many different players.

  • Byway groups are encouraged to partner for their projects.

  • Byway groups can apply for National Scenic Byway’s grants, Transportation Enhancement Grants or other related federal funding sources


Byway projects
Byway Projects

  • Corridor management plans

  • Interpretive media and facilities

  • Visitor capacity studies

  • Trails and pathways

  • Wayfinding

  • Marketing and promotional materials

  • Preservation efforts

  • Visitor facilities


Who to contact
Who to Contact

  • www.bywaysonline.org

  • State Coordinator

  • Byway Leader

  • Byway Marketing Contact

  • FHWA National Scenic Byways Program Staff

  • America’s Byways Resource Center