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    Upper Nisqually Scenic Byway Project Upper Nisqually Scenic Byway Project Presentation Transcript

    •    The  Mt  Rainier  Gateway  Scenic  Byway   or   The  Road  to  Rainier  Scenic  Byway   or   The  Upper  Nisqually  Scenic  Byway    Help  us  decide!  
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    • Scenic  Byway  Program  • Administered  by  the  Federal  Highway   Administration  • Passed  through  WA-­‐DOT  • $25  to  $50  M  available  a  year  since  1991  • Planning,  Programing,  and  Capitol  Projects  • All  projects  funded  in  this  program  must  be   identified  in  a  State/  Federally  approved   Corridor  Management  Plan    
    • Critical  Elements  of  the  Plan:    Community  Participation  Integration  of  Existing  Plans  Ambitious  Vision    
    • Goals  of  Scenic   Byway  Planning  Creation  of  a  Byway  Planning  Committee    Inventory  and  assessment  of  intrinsic  values  (historic,  cultural,  recreational,  and  scenic)    Transportation  Corridor  Analysis    (roads,  trails,  and  transit)    Develop  fundamental  branding  and  marketing  concepts  for  the  corridor      (logo  and  signage)    Create  Interpretive  themes  for  the  corridor    Develop  a  complete  plan  that  enhances  the  visitor  experience  while  protecting  the  intrinsic  values  of  the  corridor  through  :   • Capitol  projects     • Marketing  strategies  and  tools   • Public  Policy   • Community  stewardship    
    • Next  Steps  Secure  funding  for  a  Scenic  Byway  Plan  ($100K)    Assemble  Planning  Committee  –  Spring  2012    Assemble  Existing  Plans  –  Summer  2012    Community  Workshops  -­‐  Fall  2012    Complete  plan  in  2013  
    • Contact:    Nicole  Hill  nhill@nisquallylandtrust.org    Office:     360-­‐489-­‐3400    www.nisquallylandtrust.org