• Dave Harmon, PW editor

ATVs to be allowed on some roads within Utah NPs

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — ATVs will be allowed on certain roads in the five national parks in Utah under a new rule from the National Park Service that went through without public comment.

The Salt Lake Tribune reports the agency informed park administrators last week in a memo about a policy change that allows ATVs on main access roads and back roads. It puts the national parks in compliance with a Utah state law passed 2008 that allows any "street-legal" vehicle on state and county roads.

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