Localities shall have the same authority with respect to the planning, designation,
acquisition, opening, construction, reconstruction, improvement, maintenance, discontinuance
and regulation of the use of limited access streets; the designation of existing
streets as limited access streets, and the extinguishment of easements and rights
in connection therewith; the regulation and restriction of access to such streets;
the construction of service roads in connection therewith; and all other authority
with respect to such streets and incidental thereto, as the Commonwealth Transportation
Board has under the provisions of §§ 33.2-400 through 33.2-404, or as the Board may be hereafter granted by amendment thereof or otherwise. “Limited access street” as used in this section means a street especially designed
for through traffic over which abutters have no easement or right of light, air or
access because their property abuts upon such limited access street.
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