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North Entrance

Notice of Unmanned Aircraft System Flight

FHWA consultants intend to conduct intermittent unmanned aircraft system sites along the project corridor between September 12th and October 31st.

Purpose and Objectives of the Project

The purpose of the North Entrance Station is to improve traffic circulation and parking, manage congestion, and improve safety in the project area which encompasses the North Entrance Station, Park Street, Gardiner Transportation Center, and the Roosevelt Arch.

The objectives of the project include 1) the development of the infrastructure necessary at the North Entrance Station to improve traffic flow and alleviate congestion issues during 'Peak Use' as well as provide adequate facilities for park employees, 2) improvements to vehicular circulation and providing safer parking conditions along Park Street and the Gardiner Transportation Center, and 3) improve visitor experience and aesthetics throughout the project area.

Project Description

The North Entrance Project is the final component of the development of the Gardiner Gateway project. The project consists of a new entrance station building and two entry kiosks, a new employee by-pass road, additional queuing lanes, and operational improvements to the Gardiner Transportation Center and Robert Reamer Road.


Anticipated Timeline

  • Construction: Summer 2020 - Summer 2021

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