ecologically based program of roadside vegetation design and management that seeks to produce low-maintenance, self-sustaining plant communities. The use of native plants planted in the right location is integral to this system. The Roadside Classification Plan provides policy on roadside character classifications and appropriate treatment levels for revegetation. Revegetation plans are an important part of many highway projects and are required when the project disturbs the roadside. The inclusion of a WSDOT Landscape Architect in the design development process can aid the design process and improve the environmental and visual quality of Washington’s roadsides
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