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The Indiana Byway Program is designed to preserve, protect, enhance and recognize transportation corridors of unique character. These corridors are notable examples of our nation's beauty, history, culture and recreational experience. Featured highways have been designated nationally by the U.S. Secretary of Transportation from nominations presented by the states and federal land management agencies.
INDOT is responsible for submitting Indiana route nominations for national designation and for submitting projects for discretionary grant funding. Indiana currently has two nationally-designated byways, the Ohio River Scenic Byway and the Historic National Road and one state byway, the Indiana Historic Pathways.