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Study: Reservations system at Arches NP could cut visitor spending by as much as $22M

Implementing an advanced reservation system to cut back on traffic congestion at Arches National Park could cause an economic spending loss of $11 to $22 million in its first year, according to a recent economic analysis.

A reservation-based entry system at Arches National Park during its busiest times of the year has caused many local residents and business owners to either welcome or reject the idea ever since National Park Service Southeast Utah Group Superintendent Kate Cannon first floated the concept in late 2014.

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