Welcome To The Byway Projects Database
Since the National Scenic Byways Program began in 1991, many exemplary projects have been completed across America that enhance, preserve, protect or promote byways and their corridors. These projects offer insights and learning opportunities. They present best practices to adapt and adopt. They inspire. They motivate. They prove that even the most monumental goal can be achieved.
America’s Byways Resource Center developed the Byway Projects Database as an archive of outstanding byway projects from national, State, Indian tribe or Federal lands byways. The database works to foster peer-to-peer learning, expedite research and support your organization’s efforts to reach its goals.
Currently, the database consists of projects from Scenic Byway Award nominations, and the project data was derived from the original byway application. While we strive to keep the information updated, please check with the listed contacts for verification. Moving forward, we encourage byway organizations to submit their projects for consideration as part of this database (see below).
Using This Database
This database provides valuable information about planning, stakeholders, funding, creative solutions, and much more across eight categories important to byways.
2. Search your topic using the Keyword Search (above, right) or Advanced Search functions.
The database provides a list of projects that match your search criteria. Click on those that you want to read. Print the PDF or .txt file, or save it to your computer. You may also save citations to My Library for future reference.
Have A Submission?
You may also submit your byway’s project information for this database. An editorial committee will review submissions for consideration twice yearly, typically in March and September.
We expect to continually add byway projects to the database, making this a robust and highly useful tool for the byway community. Send your questions, comments, and suggestions anytime.