23 CFR 750
The Code of Federal Regulations relating to the Highway BeautificationAct. (Appendix B)
A citation of federal law or regulation which requires immediatesteps to comply with that law or regulation.
(District of Columbia)- Also known as Washington, D.C.
(District of Columbia Municipal Regulation)
The current regulations adopted byDC.
(Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs)
The current DC agencyresponsible for issuing permits and providing surveillance and enforcement of outdooradvertising sign regulations for off-premise signs located outside the right of way limits.
(District Department of Transportation)
The DC agency FHWA holdsresponsible for local administration of the HBA.
(District of Columbia)
DDOT, DCRA and any other agency with the power toact as an agent of the DC Government.
Federal-aid Control Routes
Includes the June 1, 1991 federal-aid primary routesand the current National Highway System (NHS) routes (including Interstate routes).(Appendix D).
Federal-aid Control Area
All areas located within 660 feet of a federal-aid controlroute.
(Also referred to as the Federal-State agreement) Thenegotiated formal agreement entered into on September 7, 1967 between the Secretaryof Transportation and the District of Columbia setting forth DC sign specificationsconsistent with federal size, lighting, and spacing criteria as required by 23 CFR750.705(b) (Appendix C).
(Federal Highway Administration, DC Division office)
The lead federal agencyresponsible for administering the HBA in DC.
(Highway Beautification Act) (Codified in 23 United State Code (U.S.C) 131)
This legislation was passed by Congress in 1965 to protect the public investment in the