Department of Transportation (DOT) Scenic Land Strips contains parcels, generally long narrow strips of land, that were purchased by the DOT under the Federal Highway Beautification Act of 1965. The purpose of this program was to reduce the proliferation of billboards and other unsightly structures or facilities along federally designated highways. There are 33 parcels of land located along seven highways in eight towns.
Highways and the corresponding towns where DOT Scenic Lands are located include:
Use DOT Scenic Land Strips to view the locations of approximately 47 acres of land acquired by DOT under the Federal Highway Beautification Act of 1965.
This does not include all land owned by DOT. The source map scale is unknown. No specific scale is recommended. This data should not be used for legal boundary purposes.