Kingman Travel Management Planning

 News Release
Kingman Field Office, Arizona

Sept. 20, 2017

Contact: Adam Eggers (602) 417-9499


Public invited to open houses for development of

Kingman Travel Management Plan


KINGMAN, Ariz. – The Bureau of Land Management, Kingman Field Office – invites the public’s participation in the development of the KFO Travel Management Plan and Environmental Assessment.

Travel management is an approach to establishing networks of roads for travel and transportation including areas for both motorized and non-motorized uses.  Travel management planning is necessary for designating and providing appropriate access to and across public lands for a variety of uses.

This Travel Management Plan and Environmental Assessment includes Bagdad, Black Mountains, Cerbat Mountains, Crozier, Goodwin Mesa, Hualapai Mountains, Music Mountains and Poachies. It will also include the White Hills Travel Management Areas an encompasses Kingman, Bullhead City, Golden Valley, Chloride, Wikieup, Bagdad, Meadview, Dolan Springs, White Hills, and Wayside in Mohave, Yavapai and La Paz counties.

During the three open house-style meetings, maps of the current and potential travel network will be available for review and BLM staff will be available to answer questions and receive comments.


The open houses will be held Oct. 10-12, from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Owens School, Hualapai Elementary School and Mohave High School, respectively.

Oct. 10, 2017 Oct. 11, 2017 Oct. 12, 2017
Owens School Hualapai Elementary School Mohave High School
14109 Chicken Springs Road 350 Eastern Street 2251 AZ-95
Wikieup, AZ 85360 Kingman, AZ 86442 Bullhead City, AZ 86442


The public scoping period, which ends Nov. 30, gives the community a voice in the travel management plan that administers travel and transportation networks of roads, primitive routes and trails.

More information can be found on-line at the following website: setup eplanning page.


The BLM anticipates that the Travel Management Plan and Environmental Assessment will be available for public review in mid-2018. If you wish to remain on the project mailing list and notified of the documents’ availability, please send us a note to