PUBLIC LAW 87-307-SEPT. 26, 1961
[75 S T A T.
Public Law 87-307 September 26, 1961
[H. R. 8678]
TQ provide for the conveyance of a portion of the Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highway and other highways on the Pentagon road network to the Commonwealth of Virginia, and for other purposes.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the MiJiTr'iauiighwiy! United States of America in, Congress assembled, That (a) the Secva. ' retary of Commerce may convey to the Commonwealth of Virginia Conveyance. .^jj ^j^^ ^.-g.]^^^ ^-^.j^^ ^^^ interest of the United States in and to that portion of the Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highw^ay in Arlington County, Virginia, as described in subsection (b) of this section, if the Commonwealth of Virginia agrees to promptly undertake the necessary project or projects to bring such highway up to the standards of the National System of Interstate and Defense Highways. The Federal share payable on account of such project on the Interstate System shall be 95 per centum of the total cost of such project. (b) That portion of the Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highway in Arlington County, Virginia, authorized to be conveyed to the Common wealth of Virginia by subsection (a) of this section shall be deemed to include the following roads, together with such pertinent bridges, interchanges, approaches, connections, and other facilities as may be agreed upon by the Secretary of Commerce and the Secretary of the Army: (1) United States Route 1 from the boundary line between the District of Columbia and the Commonwealth of Virginia established by section 101 of the Act approved October 21, 1945 (59 Stat. 552; sec. 1-101 note, D.C. Code, 1951 ed.), to the present northerly limit of State maintenance on such route in the vicinity of Army and Navy Drive (G road), approximately one mile (NS road); (2) The Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highway (State Route 350) from United States Route 1 to State Route 7, approximately four miles (CD road); and (3) Connecting road, between the Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highway and Arlington Ridge Road, approximately two-tenths mile ( J K road). rout'eT^tc^."^ °^ ^^^- ^- (^) '^^^ Secretary of Commerce may convey to the Commonwealth of Virginia, together with interchanges, frontage roads, structures, and other facilities appurtenant thereto, the following routes: (1) Jefferson Davis Highway from United States Route 1 to the intersection with Arlington Ridge Road near Wilson Boulevard, approximately two and three-tenths miles ( H r o a d); (2) Connecting road, from the Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highway along the south boundary of Fort Myer, to a point near Arlington Boulevard, approximately one and three-tenths miles (AB road); (3) Connecting road, from the Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highway to Columbia Island, approximately one mile (AB road); and (4) Columbia Pike Extension, from old Arlington Ridge Road to connecting road between Henry G. Shirley Memorial Highway and Columbia Island, approximately four-tenths mile. (b) There is authorized to be appropriated, out of the Highway 70 Stat. 397; Xrust F u n d created by the Highway Revenue Act of 1956, not to '*"2'3 USC\2anote. exceed $2,500,000 to be"^expended by the Secretary of Commerce without regard to section 104 and 120 of title 23 of the United States Code