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Bud Cribley and other fedearl directors signing Long-Range Transportation PLanBLM signs Alaska Federal Lands Long-Range Transportation Plan

On Sept. 24, BLM-Alaska State Director Bud Cribley signed the newly completed Alaska Federal Lands Long-Range Transportation Plan to help federal agencies and the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities identify and prioritize Alaska’s transportation infrastructure and access on federal public lands in Alaska. The BLM worked with the National Park Service, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, Federal Highway Administration, and Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities on this pioneering interagency approach. While the plan will help agencies work together to set statewide transportation priorities and leverage funding, it does not identify specific projects or suggest changes for managing federal land resources. The signing ceremony took place during the Alaska Cooperative Planning Group meeting at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service regional office in Anchorage. Download the Plan>

Plans were signed at the Alaska Cooperative Planning Group, Anchorage Meeting on September 24th 2012 by (left to right) Bud Cribley, BLM-Alaska State Director; Ruth Monahan, FS-Alaska Deputy Regional Forester; Sue Masica, NPS-Regional Director, Alaska Region, National Park Service; and Stanley Pruszenski, FWS-Alaska Acting Regional Director. Photo by Troy Civitillo, FWS


 
Last updated: 03-16-2013