2006 Code of Virginia § 33.1-48 - Interstate System authorized; what constitutes

33.1-48. Interstate System authorized; what constitutes.

There is hereby authorized a system of interstate highways to constitute apart of the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways as authorizedand designated in accordance with 7 of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1944and 108 (a) of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, hereinafter referred toas "Interstate System."

The Interstate System, as used in this article and elsewhere in the Code ofVirginia, shall be those highways, or sections thereof, declared byresolution of the Commonwealth Transportation Board to be portions of theInterstate System, and may include existing highways and streets, even thoughestablished as turnpikes, toll projects, revenue bond projects, or streets ofcities and towns.

(Code 1950, 33-36.1; 1958, c. 589; 1970, c. 322.)

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