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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The Indiana Scenic Byways Committee will meet virtually on Wednesday, January 20 at 10:00 a.m. EST to review and act on an application submitted by the Hoosier Hills Scenic Byway Committee. The proposed Hoosier Hills Scenic Byway is located, north to south, between U.S. 40 (National Road byway) and U. S. Highway 50 (Historic Pathways byway). As initially conceived, the majority of the byway corridor is located in Morgan and Brown Counties, however, due to the desire to have better connectivity with state highways and other state byways, the route was extended slightly north into Hendricks County and south into Jackson County.
What: Meeting of the Indiana Scenic Byways Committee
Who: Committee consists of representatives from the Indiana Department of Transportation, Indiana Department of Natural Resources, and the Indiana Destination Development Corporation.
When: Monday, January 20, at 10 a.m. ET
Where: Virtual through WebEx online.
I. Welcome and Introduction of Indiana Scenic Byway Committee
II. Brief Summary of the Scenic Byway Program
a. Federal Designation
b. State Designation
i. Designation Process
ii. Criteria for Designation
III. Review of the Hoosier Hills Scenic Byway Application
a. Summary of the Application
b. Review of Public Comments Received
c. Opportunity for Public Comment
IV. Committee Discussion and Vote on Application
To register to participate online please complete the registration at https://forms.gle/uxg6WjQgsf2qmuhY8
Once registered through the Google Document you will receive a calendar invitation to join the meeting and will be able to participate through your video/audio link.
To participate by phone, join by calling 1-415-655-0001.