Work on the Moose-Wilson Corridor Comprehensive Management Plan in Grand Teton National Park is moving forward with two steps having been completed now. Earlier this week, the National Park Service received the findings of an independent Road Safety Audit from the Western Federal Lands Highway Division of the Department of Transportation which Park Spokesperson Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles says will play into the formulation of the plan. She says the public is welcome to read the road safety audit which is posted on the park website. The address is go.nps.gov/moose-wilson. At the same time, she says the public scoping of the project closed last week and the 500 submissions are being reviewed by park planners. She says the National Park Service is currently reviewing the comments and generating an analysis report. She says that report will become available sometime in early spring and will be posted on the park’s website as well for the public to review. Sarles says the count of 500 submissions may be misleading since organizations submitting comments from multiple members were counted as a single submission, but each comment will be considered individually.