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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 19. Highways and Ferries
- Chapter 25. Protection and Use of State Highways and Roads
- Section 160. Definitions.
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AS 19.25.160. Definitions.
In AS 19.25.080
- (1) "billboards" means any signboards, signs, displays, notices or forms of outdoor advertising that do not strictly
comply with the provisions of AS 19.25.075
- 19.25.180, or with any permit or permits issued
pursuant to AS 19.25.075
- (2) "interstate system" means that portion of the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways located in this
state, as officially designated, or as may hereafter be so designated, by the commissioner, and approved by the
secretary of transportation (or by the secretary of commerce before the effective date of the transfer of functions
under Public Law 89-670 (80 Stat. 931)), under the provisions of 23 U.S.C.;
- (3) "outdoor advertising" includes any outdoor sign, display, or device used to advertise, attract attention or inform and
which is visible to a person on the main-traveled way of a highway of the interstate, primary, or secondary systems in
this state, whether by printing, writing, painting, picture, light, drawing, or whether by the use of figures or
objects, or a combination of these, or any other thing designed, intended, or used to advertise, inform, or attract
- (4) "primary system" or "secondary system" means that portion of connected main highways, as officially designated, or as
may hereafter be so designated, by the commissioner, and approved by the secretary of transportation (or by the
secretary of commerce before the effective date of the transfer of functions under Public Law 89-670 (80 Stat. 931)),
under the provisions of 23 U.S.C.
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