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The Comment Period Closed on November 30, 2018

The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), Colorado River District, Kingman Field Office has developed a Travel Management Plan (TMP) and Environmental Assessment that analyzes a range of management options to address travel routes, route uses, and how the BLM proposes to manage motorized vehicle, OHV, and non-motorized public travel within the Bagdad, Black Mountains, Cerbat Mountains, Crozier, Goodwin Mesa, Hualapai Mountains, Music Mountains, Poachies, and White Hills travel management areas.  The travel management areas are located within Mohave, La Paz and Yavapai counties, Arizona.  

The comment period on the Kingman Travel Management Plan closed on November 30, 2018. 

Providing access to the public lands is a priority and we want to hear from the public on which routes should be included in the transportation network. While the BLM identified Alternative C as the proposed action (regulation requires us to identify an alternative as a Proposed Action, as well as the No Action), we have not decided what routes will be included in the designated route network.  Hearing from you is an important part of that decision process.  

The BLM's new interactive map tool that contains the Kingman Field Office's Alternative Route Networks for the travel management areas is now available.  To try the new interactive map tool, go to the "Maps" page (see left navigation pane), or click here.  

See How to get Involved and Meetings for more information on how to participate!
What is a Comprehensive Travel and Transportation Management Plan?
A comprehensive travel and transportation management plan is a wide-ranging analysis considering the access needs of all public land users. Access needs are evaluated in conjunction with the BLM's legal mandate to protect natural and cultural resources on public lands. Individual route evaluations and designations that are included in the Comprehensive Travel and Transportation Management Plan will be analyzed in an environmental assessment. Based on this analysis; every route on BLM-managed lands will receive one of the following designations: 

Open: Route is open for use by the public.
Limited: Travel on this route is limited to the public in some form (seasonal restriction, administrative access,vehicle width restriction, non-motorized use, etc.).
Closed: closed.

Additional information on public meetings, contact information, maps showing existing routes and other available documents are located on this webpage using the links on the left navigation pane.