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R3 TMI (Travel Management Implementation)

Alright, we've got an MVUM....now what?

 

How can we increase compliance, decrease violations, and raise public awareness about Travel Management decisions?

Members: 28
Latest Activity: Apr 25, 2014

This group is for region-wide sharing of TMI information, strategies, and examples relating to the 4Es--  Education, Enforcement, Engineering, and Evaluation.

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National Forest document stirs scandal with road removal plans

Started by Francisco Valenzuela Mar 26, 2012. 0 Replies

Thu, 2012-03-22 15:26 When Wayne Allard saw the new U.S. Forest Service guidebook for managing off-highway vehicle trails, he was astounded. As the American Motorcyclist Association's lobbyist, he…Continue

EXPLOSION OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS THREATENING JOBS AND

Started by Francisco Valenzuela Mar 15, 2012. 0 Replies

Mr. Howard HutchinsonExecutive DirectorCoalition of Arizona/New Mexico Counties for Stable Economic GrowthTestimony on “March 12, 2012IntroductionOn behalf of the member counties of the Coalition of…Continue

Motorized Use Management Planning on the Coconino

Started by Mike Dechter May 18, 2011. 0 Replies

  We're currently working diligently on coordinating our efforts for management of motorized use to prepare for a smooth(ish) transition to TMR implementation. Below are some links to some key…Continue

Tags: vehicle, travel, coconino, use, motorized

Kaibab NF TMR Implementation Education Products

Started by Jacqueline Banks May 5, 2011. 0 Replies

Please note that the Kaibab NF is undertaking TMR planning on a district-by-district basis.  Thus, education products related to implementation will have to be edited slightly for each…Continue

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Comment by Jody Nickerson on May 20, 2011 at 1:25pm
 FYI: This flow chart is really helpful for field going folks to understand who needs an OHV sticker and who doesn't.   OHV_sticker_flow_chart.pdf
Comment by Jessica Dunn on April 29, 2011 at 1:32pm
Hi Jacqueline--- if you want to share some products (which would be great!!!), the best way is to start a discussion by clicking the "Add a discussion" link in the Discussion Forum above.  Then you can upload your products on your post by clicking on the paperclip.  This way all of your products will be in one place, and people can comment within the discussion.  Thanks again, I can't wait to see what the Kaibab has been working on!
Comment by Jody Nickerson on April 18, 2011 at 7:37pm
Some things I am working on down here on the Red Rock District, as OHV coordinator. Please keep in mind this hasn't happened yet, just something I am working on.
First, I have been working on getting coordinated patrols involving an OHV safety check point with the Forest LEOs and the Game and Fish LEOs. On those dates, there will be more FPOs (hopefully) in the area to talk to the public and start the education process. This is happening just through the summer months because once hunting season starts...well, it’s a different ball game.
Also, I have started to the recruiting process for the OHV Ambassador (OHVA) Program here in the Sedona area. This summer CREC should be hiring a coordinator (funded by the OHV Sticker Fund) for the Flagstaff/Williams areas to do the same. These volunteers will be out in the forest to do trail work, educate the public, etc. It is my hope that we can have successful OHVA program (by this fall??) to help educate the forest users about TMR.
We'll see what actually happens...
Comment by Patrick Lair on April 18, 2011 at 6:46pm

One great tool the Dixie uses are concerned citizen patrols. Basically, the forest organizes groups of volunteers to conduct targeted public patrols, with hand outs, maps, talking points, etc. to educate other users on TMR.

 

We don't have that kind of buy in from the public in Fredonia/Kanab, but would probably work in other areas.

Comment by Jacqueline Banks on April 5, 2011 at 6:14pm
Thanks to Christa for inviting me to join!  Christa also asked that I share some of the Education products that we are working on here at the Kaibab.  What would be the best way to go about doing that?  Thanks!
Comment by Jessica Dunn on March 24, 2011 at 4:43pm

Hi Christa,

They are definitely on it, and have some great strategies to model.  They have a website set up, with their Implementation Plan and signage examples here:http://www.fs.usda.gov/wps/portal/fsinternet/!ut/p/c4/04_SB8K8xLLM9...

Comment by Christa M. Osborn on March 24, 2011 at 4:31pm
Hi jessica.   Do you have any information on what the Dixie NF is doing for portal signs and kiosks?
Comment by Christa M. Osborn on March 24, 2011 at 4:27pm

Hi everyone.  Here is the 2/11/11, Tri-Forest kiosk/sign meeting notes for you all to review.  Thank you to all those folks who sent me edits/additions. This meeting purpose was to discuss and develop a Tri-Forest TMR kiosk/sign plan with the objective of providing consistency messaging to the visiting public across the Coconino, Kaibab and Prescott National Forests.   Stay tuned for more info. coming your way.

Triforest_tmr_kiosk_sign_meeting_2_11_2011_final.pdf

Comment by Aaron Stanford on March 24, 2011 at 4:05pm

This web based map may help increase public awareness...?

Interactive Travel Map

Comment by Mike Dechter on March 16, 2011 at 5:38pm

Upon request, here are the meeting notes from the 3/4/2011 meeting to facilitate forest information kiosks on the Coconino and Kaibab National Forests. 20110304TMRKioskImplementationMtgNotes.docx

 

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