Nebraska Federal Lands Access Program

Call for Projects

The Nebraska Federal Lands Access Program (NE FLAP) 2015 Call For Projects is now closed. The NE FLAP Programming Decision Committee (PDC) will be meeting in early November to determine the short-list of potential projects. Applications accepted into the OK FLAP short-list of potential projects will be sent a notification letter via email containing further instructions by November 20, 2015.

Programmed Projects

2013 Short-Listed Projects
Applicant Facility Name Federal Land Accessed
Cherry County Upgrade Valentine National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Contract Station Access Road Valentine NWR-USFWS
City of Gering Monument Pedestrian / Bike Lane Scotts Bluff National Monument (SBNM)

NOTE: Projects are shown in no particular order.

In addition to those project prioritized for funding under the Nebraska Federal Lands Access Program through the Call for Projects, the PDC in Nebraska has approved the following remaining "legacy" project for inclusion in the Federal Lands Access Program. This project received significant Federal investment in the past and the PDC agreed to transition the remaining portion of the project into the Access Program.

Project Sponsor Facility Name Federal Land Accessed
Dawes County Facility Name Nebraska National Forest

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Program Documents

Program of Projects

Programming Decisions Committee (PDC) Contact List

Agency Contact Email Address
Nebraska Department of Roads (NDOR) Larry Legg, Secondary Roads Engineer larry.legg@nebraska.gov
Nebraska Association of County Officials Larry Dix, Executive Director larrydix@nacone.org
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Central Federal Lands Highway Division (CFLHD) Chris Longley, Access Program Manager christopher.longley@dot.gov

Contact Information

Agency Contact Email Address
Federal Lands Access Program Chris Longley Christopher.Longley@dot.gov
Federal Lands Access Program Morgan Malley Morgan.Malley@dot.gov

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