Travel Management


TMR will go into effect July 1, 2016 on the Quemado, Reserve, Wilderness and Black Range districts. TMR will not go into effect on the Silver City and Glenwood Ranger Districts in 2016. These districts are working to complete resource surveys and obtain concurrence from the State Historic Preservation Office before TMR will go into effect.

Forest Releases Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) 

The forest released the Final Environmental Impact Statement for Travel Management in June 2014 with Forest Supervisor Kelly Russell signing the Record of Decision and choosing Alternative G.

Project Record Index

Record of Decision

Final Environmental Impact Statement

201408-FEIS Errata Sheet


Alternative Maps

Specialist Reports

  1. Roads 
  2. Recreation
  3. Recreation-IRA-WSA
  4. Air Quality
  5. Watershed-Soils
  6. Aquatic
  7. Watershed-Soils-Aquatics
  8. Wildlife
  9. Sensitive Plant Species
  10. Invasive Species
  11. Cultural Resources
  12. Social and Economic

Alternative Tables 

Alternative GIS Layers

Legal Notices

Federal Register Notice of Availability



On November 9, 2005, the Forest Service published a new Travel Management Rule, governing off-highway vehicles (OHV) and other motor vehicle use on national forests and grasslands. The new rule requires each national forest to designate those roads, trails, and areas open to motor vehicle use.

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