Grand Teton Transportation Plan a Win for Visitors, Park Resources

 
PRESS RELEASE
  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date:   April 18, 2007
Contact:   Tony Jewett, NPCA Senior Regional Director, cell phone: 406-431-8408


Grand Teton Transportation Plan a Win for Visitors, Park Resources

This plan is a win for Grand Teton, for visitors from across the country, and for the community of Jackson. The National Park Service has delivered a thoughtful, balanced plan. It protects park resources by taking a step-by-step approach while offering residents and visitors exciting new ways to explore this national treasure.

 

Grand Teton has done an excellent job of listening to public opinion and responding appropriately. This plan will serve as a model for other park sites to do their part in mitigating the affects of climate change and relieving traffic congestion. 

 

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