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Celebrating 25 Years of the National Scenic Byways Program

Scenic byways are important and relevant to visitors because they offer an authentic experience.  Scenic byways are important and relevant to local communities by invigorating pride, preserving special places, increasing tourism spending, fostering economic development, spurring jobs and earnings, and generating local and state revenues. On December 6, we will celebrate 25 years of success and accomplishments.

  • What: Scenic Byways 25!
  • When:  Tuesday, December 6, 2016   5 to 7 pm
  • Where:  United States Capitol Visitors Center – Washington, DC

If you have not already received your invitation to the event any you would like to join us, please email

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NATIVE – Native American Tourism and Improving Visitor Experience Act; P.L. 114-221

National Park Service announces Donny Ledbetter as new National Tourism Program Manager

New Video Inviting People to “Reconnect” on the Creole Nature Trail

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FAST – Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, P.L. 114-94

Plan on Bike and Pedestrian Safety

Latest Information From Byways Around The Country

Be sure to check Foundation News for the latest information from byways around the country, including the Every Kid in A Park Pass campaign, information about the Cascade Loop’s National Ford Magazine and Florida’s St. Augustine’s 450 celebration of history along AIA Scenic & Historic Coastal Byway.

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