NSBP

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AcronymDefinition
NSBPNational Society of Black Physicists
NSBPNational Scenic Byways Program
NSBPNational School Breakfast Program (federally assisted meal program)
NSBPNorth Sea Benthos Project (2000-2007)
NSBPNon-Specific Back Pain
NSBPNational Somali Bantu Project
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Alongside this early research, several studies since adoption of the National Scenic Byways Program in 1991 have attempted to measure economic performance.
Of the 24 roads officially recognized by the Oregon Scenic Byways Program, 10 are part of the federal National Scenic Byways Program. Here they are:
Under the National Scenic Byways Program (NSBP), established under the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991, the U.S.
Since 1992, the National Scenic Byways Program has provided $202 million for 1,488 projects in 48 States, Puerto Rico, and the District of Columbia.
Funding for the purchase includes $1 million from the National Scenic Byways Program. The State Green Acres Program and the Garden State Preservation Trust provided the remaining funding.
America's Byways are designated by the Federal Highway Administration under the National Scenic Byways Program. The National Scenic Byways Online Web site is managed by Utah State University and Multimedia Data Services Corp.
Burbank discusses the National Scenic Byways Program and introduces two articles about "America's Byways" in this issue.
The byway community asked the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA's) National Scenic Byways Program (NSBP) to take the lead in developing and building a brand for the collection of nationally designated roads.
The National Scenic Byways Program Web site (www.byways.org) attracts more than 1 million hits each month.
Under the National Scenic Byways Program, the states use the funds to develop and implement corridor management plans; construct scenic byways facilities (such as overlooks, interpretative centers, signs, and exhibits); develop interpretative brochures, maps, and information; and promote scenic byways.
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