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Alaska Federal Lands LRTP


Federal land management agencies in Alaska (the U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service), together with the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities (ADOT&PF), are undertaking a pioneering effort to develop a multi-agency long range transportation plan (LRTP) for Federal lands in the state. This plan will facilitate the strategic identification and prioritization of transportation infrastructure and systems needed. The draft Alaska Federal Lands LRTP was available in PEPC for comment during November 2011.

This LRTP is being developed to help Federal land managers to make better funding decisions for transportation facilities that provide access to and within public lands in Alaska. This document will serve as a tool to collectively engage the various agencies on how they can work together to set statewide transportation priorities and leverage funds to meet transportation needs for Alaska's Federal public lands. The NPS Alaska Region LRTP identifies transportation issues and sets priorities for parks in the Alaska Region in a drop-down plan to the interagency umbrella plan.
 
Comment Period: Closed        Nov 1, 2011 - Apr 11, 2012
Document Content:
Alaska Federal Lands LRTP   (1.9 MB, PDF file)
Alaska LRTP Appendices   (1.4 MB, PDF file)
BLM Alaska LRTP   (4.5 MB, PDF file)
BLM Alaska LRTP Appendices   (390.6 KB, PDF file)
FWS Region 7 LRTP   (1.6 MB, PDF file)
FWS Region 7 LRTP Appendices   (2.8 MB, PDF file)
NPS Alaska Region LRTP (2012).pdf   (6.9 MB, PDF file)
NPS Alaska Region LRTP Appendices   (5.5 MB, PDF file)
FS Alaska Region LRTP   (1.7 MB, PDF file)
FS Alaska Region LRTP Appendices   (26.8 MB, PDF file)
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