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This document presents the results of GAO�s survey of land managers from the Department of Agriculture�s Forest Service and the Department of the Interior�s Bureau of Land Management...
The Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 (the fees legislation) required the National Park Service to begin collecting fees from operators that conduct air tours over national park units that meet certain criteria.
Primarily because of concerns that noise from air tours over national parks could impair visitors' experiences and park resources, Congress passed the National Parks Air Tour Management Act of 2000 to regulate air tours.
In light of the increasing significance and potential costs of dealing with transportation in the national park system, we reviewed the Park Service's administration of the Alternative Transportation Program.
In its second in a series of three reports, GAO reviewed the National Park Service's (NPS) estimate of its current health and safety backlog of construction projects and its systems to identify, set priorities for, and fund health and safety programs.
A GAO review of the National Park Service's (NPS) Urban National Recreation program focused on the first three areas designated by Congress: Golden Gate, California; Gateway, New Jersey and New York; and Cuyahoga Valley, Ohio.