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The National Park Service, in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, is planning to reconstruct the segment of road from Norris Junction north to Golden Gate (15.4 miles) within the northwest portion of Yellowstone National Park. The first step in the planning process is to solicit public input during what is known as the scoping period. This is the time when any interested individual, organization or agency can provide thoughtful, relevant information or suggestions for consideration by park managers before alternatives are developed and analyzed and an Environmental Assessment (EA) is prepared and made available for public review and comment.

A brochure with information on some of the alternatives which might be considered in the EA and an electronic form to submit comments can be found by clicking on "Open for Public Comment" on this webpage. Public comments must be recieved or postmarked by midnight August 19, 2009.
* indicates the current step in the planning process
Step 1. Public Scoping
Step 2. Analyze public scoping comments
Step 3. Prepare EA
Step 4. Release EA with public comment period *
Step 5. Analyze written comments received from the public on the EA
Step 6. Prepare Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) or issue Notice of Intent to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement