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Program Administration - Organizational Resources and Roles

The National Scenic Byways Program is administered by the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration in partnership with other Federal agencies and State and Tribal governments.

Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

FHWA manages the National Scenic Byways Program from its headquarters in Washington, DC. Beyond providing Program and policy direction, the agency's primary functions include:

FHWA Division Offices in each State play an important role by reviewing byway nominations and grant applications from the States and Indian Tribes and providing administration and oversight of projects funded under the National Scenic Byways Program.

America's Byways Resource Center (ABRC)

The America's Byways Resource Center, through a cooperative agreement with the FHWA, supports the National Scenic Byways Program from its offices in Duluth, Minnesota. The Center's primary functions include:

National Scenic Byways Online (NSBO)

The NSBO team, under contract between the Federal Highway Administration and Multimedia Data Services Corporation, supports the National Scenic Byways Program from its offices in Logan, Utah. NSBO's primary functions include:

Updated: 9/3/2013
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