Steps in the Travel Management Process Print

Travel management planning is a high priority in the federal government.  This is the process by which agencies –


- Inventory & map travel route locations

    [miles, acres, administration boundaries]


- Assess route conditions

    [suitability, soil types, required maintenance]


- Identify routes & designate uses

    [open/closed/limited, permitted and non-permitted uses]


- Communicate multi-use of public lands

    [signs, maps, permit processes]


- Monitor, document & regulate route use and development

   [field presence, GPS and photographs]