Condition And Performance Of Transportation, Serving Federal And Indian Land, 2000

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Condition and Performance of Roads Serving Federal and Indian Lands. Use of roads by private vehicles and tour buses continues to be the primary method of travel to and within Federal and Indian lands. Exhibit summarizes the number of total roadway miles, paved roadway miles, and bridges on Federal and Indian lands.

Condition and Performance of Roads Serving Federal and Tribal Lands Although the primary focus of this C&P report is on the Nation's highways, bridges, and transit systems as a whole, the Federal government has a special interest and responsibility for public roads and transportation that provide access to and within federally and tribally.

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