National Highway System Designation Act Law and Legal Definition

The National Highway System Designation Act was enacted in 1995. The Act designates national highways in the U.S. It can also make provisions to conduct timely modifications to the highway system. The Act also designate highways in District of Columbia, and Commonwealth of Puerto Rico,

The Act also creates a state infrastructure bank pilot program for road financing. The bank initiates the program to lend money like other regular banks.