Travel Management

Page Last Updated on:  9/29/2017

Governing motorized vehicles use with authorized roads and motorized trails was first implemented by the Lincoln National Forest in 1986 with the development and implementation of the forest plan.  In 2008, the Lincoln began a revisting of the 1986 data as part of a nation-wide effort to standardize management of motorized use, and complete its Travel Analysis Process (TAP).  In 2009, the Lincoln issued a decision notice that the existing management plan met all of the Travel Management Rule (TMR) guidelines and that existing management would continue.  The results, in part, of the TMR were the creation and issuing of annual Motor Vehicle Maps (MVUM's), free to the public.  Below are links to the TAP, MVUM maps and finally the Likely or Not-Likely to use road maps, a 2017 addition to travel management.

Travel Analysis Process (TAP)

Motor Vehicle Use Maps

Note:  The maps shown below are currently not geopdf's. 

Likely or Not-Likely to use Maps

 





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