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With reservation system ruled out, Arches NP takes up discussion of traffic control again

Months after a proposal to establish a reservation system for visiting Arches National Park in Utah was discarded, National Park Service staff are ready to return to discussions with the public on how best to manage traffic and congestion at the iconic park.

It was back in March when concerns that a reservation system could adversely impact the Moab area to the tune of $22 million in lost economic spending that the proposal was taken off the board. At the time, the remaining range of alternatives included a shuttle system, which previously was deemed impractical, and a secondary entrance road, something Utah's governor has suggested.

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