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Federal Lands Access Program...

Lands programs to provide funding for transportation improvement projects which provide access to, are adjacent to, or are located within Federal lands with an emphasis on high-use recreation sites and economic generators. The Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) is Administered by Central Office.


The Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) provides funding for roads and other facilities which improve access to Federal lands under the jurisdiction of a Federal Land Management Agency (FLMA). FLMAs include, but are not limited to:

  • The National Park Service
  • The USDA Forest Service
  • The United States Fish and Wildlife Service
  • The Bureau of Land Management
  • The United States Army Corps of Engineers
  • Other Federal agencies such as the Department of Energy, Department of Defense, etc.

Eligible activities include research, engineering, preventive maintenance, rehabilitation, restoration, construction, and reconstruction of federal lands access transportation facilities located on or adjacent to, or that provide access to, federal land, and

  • adjacent vehicular parking areas
  • acquisition of necessary scenic easements and scenic or historic sites
  • provisions for pedestrians and bicycles
  • environmental mitigation in or adjacent to Federal land to improve public safety and reduce  vehicle-caused wildlife mortality while maintaining habitat connectivity
  • onstruction and reconstruction of roadside rest areas, including sanitary and water facilities
  • other appropriate public road facilities
  • operation and maintenance of transit facilities

Total available funding is approximately $800,000.The federal participation rate is 80%.

Total available funding is approximately $1 million annually. The program pays up to 80% of the cost for planning, research, engineering, preventive maintenance, rehabilitation, restoration, construction and reconstruction. 

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