Adventure Trails of the Eastern Sierra Public Comments
Public Comments: The concerned public can comment via e-mail on any issues surrounding the designated combined-use routes at firstname.lastname@example.org. Section 14(f) of the Inyo County Implementing Procedures states that:
The Public Works Department shall maintain a website that is a central hub for collecting public and public agency comments and complaints on the combined-use routes which shall include all correspondence from the public and public agencies regarding all combined use segments.
For more information on the Adventure Trails, please visit the Inyo County Public Works Department website at http://www.inyoltc.org/ab628impl.html.
All County maintained streets and roads (paved or dirt) are considered to be 'highways' under the California Vehicle Code. Currently, the combined-use of County maintained roads by OHV is only allowed on the three approved combined-use routes described below. The project proponents who proposed these combined-use routes refer to the routes as "Adventure Trails."
On July 14, 2015, the Independence No. 1 combined use route was opened for combined use by qualifying OHVs. On July 24, 2015, the Lone Pine No. 1 combined use route will also open for qualifying vehicles. Bishop No. 15 was opened for combined use on August 5, 2015. Maps showing those routes are available by following the highlighted links.
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