The purpose of the undertaken research was the analysis and estimation of the forest landscape along a number of selected communication routes on whose basis numerous capabilities of landscape planning were established. The results indicate that forest landscape along highways is more physiognomically diverse due to the presence of several anthropogenic elements when compared to the landscape in the local or provincial roads surrounding. Conversely, greater differences in the physiognomy of the forest landscape character associated with roadside vegetation are more visible in the local and provincial routes than in case of the highway surrounding. The study based on the photo questionnaire analysis indicates that it is not possible to point one universal model of forest landscape designing along different routes which are highways, provincial roads and communal ways. Each of these requires a different design approach. The results of the studies indicate that the lower class the roads are, the greater and more important the need of adaptation of the structural stand system to safety of road users is.