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ePlanning DOI-BLM-AZ-P010-2017-0013-EA (Black Canyon Corridor Travel Management Plan)  
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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Hassayampa Field Office has published the Black Canyon Corridor Final Environmental Assessment/Travel Management Plan.  The document analyzes the direct, indirect and cumulative effects from the designation of approximately 509 miles of travel routes on BLM-managed lands in Yavapai and Maricopa counties, Arizona.  Travel routes may be motorized or non-motorized.

Under the Proposed Action (Alternative C), the BLM would recommends closing approximately 53 miles of travel routes (10 percent), limiting to certain authorized uses on approximately 49 miles of travel routes (10 percent), limiting based on vehicle type on approximately 45 miles of travel routes (10 percent), limiting to non-motorized use on approximately 84 miles (18 percent), routes that were evaluated but either did not exist or were not recommended for construction approximately 43 miles (8 percent),  14 miles of Technical Vehicle Sites (1 percent), and keeping open to all uses approximately 211 miles of travel routes (43 percent).

For more information see Documents and Maps.