• Dave Harmon, PW editor

Arches NP to look at more visitor management options in face of pushback on reservations system

Public concern over the possibility that a reservations system for visitors at Arches National Park could cost the Moab area upwards of $22 million in lost economic spending has prompted the National Park Service to take a look at several other options for managing traffic in the iconic park in southeastern Utah.

Among the additional areas park staff will examine are a shuttle system, which previously was deemed impractical, and a secondary entrance road, something Utah's governor has suggested.

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