The Recreational Trails Program (RTP) is a Federal Highway Administration program. RTP funds come from the Federal Highway Trust Fund and are available to states to develop and maintain recreational trails and trail-related facilities for both non-motorized and motorized recreational trail uses. Each state administers its own program. Follow the links below to view the RTP funding summary for How much do you love the outdoors? and a comprehensive list of completed projects in How much do you love the outdoors?.
(Bureau of Land Management Photo) BLM’s Move to Grand Junction is Official On August 10, U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt signed Secretary’s Order (SO) 3382 to formally establish the Headquarters Office of the Bureau of Land Management (B …August 15, 2018
The Bureau of Land Management Kingman Field Office in AZ has published a press release to announce a series of open houses to review the KFO Travel Management Plan and related Environmental Assessment.August 8, 2018
The Bureau of Land Management has published its preliminary environmental assessment for travel management planning within the White River Field Office for public review and comment.
NOHVCC is a national body of OHV recreation enthusiasts that develops and provides a wide spectrum of programs, materials, and information to individuals, clubs, associations, and agencies in order to further a positive future for responsible OHV recreation.
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ARRA members are being asked to contact their representatives to include increased RTP Funding under H.R. 5797 in upcoming transportation/infrastructure Legislation.
ARRA members are being asked to contact their governors to urge them to use the DHS CISA GUIDANCE ON THE ESSENTIAL CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE WORKFORCE as the definition for essential services.
ARRA members are being asked to contact their representatives, senators, and governors to urge them to avoid additional harm to the powersports industry from the fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.