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North Entrance & Park Street (Gardiner, MT) Improvement Plan/EA

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A new plan designed to relieve traffic congestion and improve safety at the historic North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park has been approved.

The selected action will phase in a series of changes as funding permits. A new entrance station complex will be built to speed up visitor entry to the park. Visitors would have the option of entering Yellowstone through the historic Roosevelt Arch, or traveling over a new access road to bypass congestion in the area. Expanded parking, new pedestrian walkways, and improved traffic circulation would make it easier for visitors to access businesses along Park Street. The administrative road in front of the Gardiner Transportation Center would be moved to separate traffic from delivery vehicles and employee parking.

The Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for this project was signed on October 13, 2011. To see the FONSI, click on the left under "Document List" and then click on "Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)".
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Al Nash
307-344-2015