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109 STAT. 618 PUBLIC LAW 104-59—NOV. 28, 1995 of the Revised Statutes (43 U.S.C. 932), as such section was in effect before October 21, 1976. (2) SUNSET. —This subsection shall not be effective after September 30, 1996. Virginia. (b) REQUIREMENT OF TRANSFER OF COUNTY ROAD CORRIDORS. — 16 USC 403 note. (1) DEFINITIONS.— In this subsection, the following definitions apply: (A) COUNTY ROAD CORRIDOR.—The term "county road corridor" means a corridor that is comprised of— (i) a Shenandoah county road; and (ii) land contiguous to the road that is selected by the Secretary of the Interior, in consultation with the Governor of the State of Virginia, such that the width of the corridor is 50 feet. (B) SHENANDOAH COUNTY ROAD.The term "Shenandoah county road" means the portion of any of the following roads that is located in the Shenandoah National Park and that has been in general use as a public roadway prior to the date of the enactment of this Act: (i) Madison County Route 600. (ii) Rockingham County Route 624. (iii) Rockingham County Route 625. (iv) Rockingham County Route 626. (v) Warren County Route 604. (vi) Page County Route 759. (vii) Page County Route 611. (viii) Page County Route 682. (ix) Page County Route 662. (x) Augusta County Route 611. (xi) Augusta County Route 619. (xii) Albemarle County Route 614. (xiii) Augusta County Route 661. (xiv) Rockingham County Route 663. (xv) Rockingham County Route 659. (xvi) Page County Route 669. (xvii) Rockingham County Route 661. (xviii) Criser Road (to the town of Front Royal). (xix) The Government-owned parcel connecting Criser Road to the Warren County School Board parcel. (2) PURPOSE. — The purpose of this subsection is to permit the State of Virginia to maintain and provide for safe public use of certain roads that the State donated to the United States at the time of the establishment of Shenandoah National Park. (3) TRANSFER.— Not later than 180 days after the date of the enactment of this Act, the Secretary of the Interior shall transfer to the State of Virginia, without consideration or reimbursement, all right, title, and interest of the United States in and to each county road corridor. (4) REVERSION.— ^A transfer under paragraph (3) shall be subject to the condition that if at any time a county road corridor is withdrawn from general use as a public roadway, all right, title, and interest in the county road corridor shall revert to the United States. 23 USC 101 note. SEC. 350. STATE INFRASTRUCTURE BANK PILOT PROGRAAt (a) IN GENERAL. —