Byways are roads specially designated by government bodies which follow routes of some significance, usually that which relates to scenery or culture. (This is the American definition of "byway"; sites about British byways [green lanes] may be submitted to Recreation: Outdoors: Offroad Vehicles )
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By the United States Federal Highway Administration. Shows the location of and details about each routing.
Gold Belt Byway Tour
Southwest of Colorado Springs. Part of the Federal Highway Administration's National Scenic Byways Program. Contains current and historic photologs and other information.
Hells Canyon Scenic Byway
North Eastern Oregon scenic byway.
History of Scenic Road Programs
Federal Highway Administration page discussing particular examples as well as general information.
Provides overviews, maps, sample itineraries and images of eight routes offering recreational, geological, cultural and agricultural viewing opportunities. Includes news and calendar of events.
Lake Country Scenic Byway
Northern Minnesota, U.S. Maps, photograph overview, and amenity list.
Minnesota River Valley Scenic Byway
Maps, stories, events and news about the Minnesota River Valley Scenic Byway.
Mirror Lake Scenic Byway
Photos from sites along the way (Utah State Highway 150).
Mississippi River Parkway Commission
In charge of the Great River Road that runs along the Mississippi River's length in the U.S. Includes state-specific information and maps.
Ohio Byway Program
Photographs, points of interest, and information on the state's byways.
The Ronald Reagan Trial
Collection of highways in central Illinois, U.S. Events calendar and membership information.
The Staunton-Parkersburg Turnpike Byway
Traverses West Virginia, U.S. News, events and history.
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