open to public travel

(A)The term “open to public travel” means, with respect to a road, that, except during scheduled periods, extreme weather conditions, or emergencies, the road— (i)is maintained; (ii)is open to the general public; and (iii)can accommodate travel by a standard passenger vehicle, without restrictive gates or prohibitive signs or regulations, other than for general traffic control or restrictions based on size, weight, or class of registration.


23 USC § 125(e)(1)(A)

Scoping language

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