County roads—County legislative authority as agent of state—Standards.
State and county cooperation.
County may fund improvements to state highways.
Powers of county commissioners.
County road districts.
Community revitalization financing—Public improvements.
Highways worked seven years are county roads.
Highways used ten years are county roads.
Abandoned state highways.
Informalities not fatal.
True locations to be determined—Survey.
Action to determine true location.
Approaches to county roads—Rules regarding construction—Penalty.
Power of county commissioners as to roads, bridges, and other structures crossing boundary lines.
Power of county commissioners as to roads, bridges, and other structures crossing boundary lines—Resolution to acquire or construct.
Power of county commissioners as to roads, bridges, and other structures crossing boundary lines—Freeholders' petition to acquire or construct.
Bridges on city or town streets.
Responsibility of city to maintain county road forming a municipal boundary.
Street as extension of road in town of less than one thousand.
Agreements for planning, establishment, construction, and maintenance of city streets by counties—Use of county road fund—Payment by city—Contracts, bids.
Roads crossing boundaries.
Connecting road across segment of third county.
Sidewalks and pedestrian paths or walks—Bicycle paths, lanes, routes, and roadways—Standards.
Curb ramps for persons with physical disabilities.
State may intervene if maintenance neglected.
Street improvements—Provision of supplies or materials.
Annual report to secretary of transportation.
Limitation of type or weight of vehicles authorized—Penalty.
Centralized repair and storage of machinery, equipment, supplies, etc.
Primitive roads—Classification and designation.