The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administers approximately 75 million acres of public lands in Alaska. Most of these lands are located in remote areas and are only accessible by trails, air or water. Access to and across BLM-managed public lands is necessary for a wide range of uses, including:

  • Summer and winter recreational activities
  • Resources such as oil, gas and minerals
  • Permitted uses such as pipelines, powerlines, communication sites, etc.
  • Access to private inholdings and inter-village travel
  • Access to traditional subsistence areas

The BLM drop-down plan for Alaska is intended to help the agency define and manage its transportation assets in the state.

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