§ 33.1-250. Naming bridges
The Commonwealth Transportation Board may, upon the request of any county, town or city, evidenced by a resolution of the governing body thereof, name in honor or memory of a deceased person named in such resolution, any bridge not heretofore named by the Board in pursuance of an act of the General Assembly, in such county, town or city and on any route of a state highway and may place an appropriate marker on such bridge, provided such county, town or city, by such resolution of its governing body, agrees to pay the cost and expense incident thereto. Provided, further, that where any bridge is within three miles of the corporate limits of a city or town the governing body of such city or town shall have equal rights with the board of supervisors or other governing body of the county in the naming of any such bridge and the name shall have the joint concurrence of the board of supervisors or other governing body of the county and the governing body of the city or town.
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