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Sec. 3. (a) The county arterial highway system shall be selected by the county executive in each county. The system shall be selected on the basis of the greatest general importance to the county, after an evaluation of each road in the county, including municipal connecting links and the state highway system. In selecting the county system, the executive shall consider the following:
(1) The kind and amount of traffic on a highway.
(2) The length and condition of a highway.
(3) The mileage that can be effectively improved to specified standards with available funds.
(4) Any other applicable data.
The arterial highways selected by the executive under this section constitute the county arterial highway system of that county.
(b) The county executive may from time to time add, relocate, or delete highways from the county arterial highway system by following the procedure provided in subsection (a).
(c) If a highway or a segment of a highway is deleted from the county arterial highway system under subsection (b), the highway or segment may:
(1) become a part of the county local highway system;
(2) if located in a municipality, become a part of the system of major streets or local streets of the municipality, subject to agreement between the county executive and the highway authority of the municipality; or
(3) be abandoned.
(d) All roads under the jurisdiction of the county highway authorities of each county not included in a county arterial highway system constitute the county local highway system of that county.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Indiana Code Title 8. Utilities and Transportation § 8-23-4-3 - last updated June 08, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/in/title-8-utilities-and-transportation/in-code-sect-8-23-4-3/
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