BLM year 2020

A Clear Vision for Travel and Transportation Management, Planning, and Implementation

A status update on the BLM’s progress since the year 2000

Speakers: William Gibson, Trails and Travel Management Coordinator, National Trails Lead, AZ, BLM; Tom Bickauskas, Outdoor Recreation Planner, Phoenix District BLM

This presentation will provide a status update on the BLM’s progress since the year 2000 (the year the BLM’s OHV Strategy was published, followed by the Mountain Bicycling Strategy) toward its goal of “Establishing a long-term, sustainable, multimodal transportation system for public access to and across BLM lands.” A panel of two BLM experts will present information of policy, planning, and education related to travel management as well as highlight success stories from around the nation.

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