|Authors:||Jens Kristian Steen Jacobsen, Berit Grue|
This report summarises the main findings of road use surveys at four scenic roads in Norway. The surveys were part of the development of a national Scenic-Roads Program. The motorists are mostly satisfied with roadside facilities. The surveys indicate conflicting interests between different types of road-users, especially between those who use the highways as quick passages and those who feel that the speed makes it difficult to enjoy the view from the road. It appears that user expectations increase when a road is called a scenic road.