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Scenic byways

LC control 95008072
LC classificationTE229.9
Topical headingScenic byways
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Variant(s)Backcountry byways
Byways, Backcountry
Byways, Scenic
Heritage routes (Scenic byways)
Routes, Heritage (Scenic byways)
Routes, Scenic
Rustic roads
Scenic highways
Scenic roads
Scenic routes
See alsoRoads
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Found inWork cat.: 95621140: Smith, B.L. Scenic byways, c1992: exec. summary ("A scenic road or byway has roadsides or corridors of aesthetic, cultural or historic value. An essential part of this road is its scenic corridor. The corridor may contain outstanding scenic vistas, unusual geologic formations, dramatic urban scenes, scientific features or other elements all providing enjoyment for the highway traveler.")
LC database, Sept. 26, 1995 (Scenic byways)
National Scenic Byways Study; Scenic Byways Study Act of 1989.
AAA designated scenic byways.
Oregon Historic and Scenic Highway Program, 1986.
LC database, Mar. 15, 2000 (scenic highways; scenic highways and byways; scenic roads; scenic byways; scenic routes)
National Scenic Byways Program WWW home page, Jan. 2, 2002: for the traveler/what are America's byways? ("Scenic byways can be designated at the local, state or national level. Some are called 'heritage routes.' Others may be called 'rustic roads' or 'backcountry byways,' although some of these designations differ slightly.)