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Gardiner Gateway Project Moves Forward

July 18, 2012 Greater Yellowstone, Paradise Valley No Comments
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Yellowstone National Park is moving forward with its Gardiner Gateway Project by retaining a so-called “transportation scholar” to assist in the redesign of the historic, year-round north entrance.  According to a statement from the park, Katrina Hecimovic was chosen as part of the National Park Foundation’s 2012 Transportation Scholars Program which assigns young men and women nationwide to devote a year of research and development work toward improving transportation issues in the nation’s Parks.  Hecimovic will be assisting park and community planning officials in developing a wide range of proposed improvements at the north entrance, including traffic congestion and pollution, parking, pedestrian access and public amenities.  The goal is to have at least portions of the project completed in time for the Park Service’s centennial in 2016.

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