FAIRBANKS, Alaska—The National Park Service expects to limit the number of vehicles allowed daily on the wilderness stretch of the Denali Park Road beginning in 2015.
http://is.gd/4TNKpm) says the 160-vehicle cap effective in 2015 still represents a potential sizable increase in traffic on the only road leading into Denali National Park and Preserve.
The cap is expected to replace the current seasonal limit of 10,512 vehicles allowed on the road beyond mile 15 during the 110-day tourist season.
The new cap has not been formally adopted, but it is the final recommendation made by the Park Service.
The public has until July 29 to comment. Officials say the recommendation is not expected to change.