Park Roads and Parkways (PRP)
Approximately 8,000 miles of park roads and parkways under jurisdiction of the National Park Service (NPS). Program funds may only be used on public roads under the jurisdiction of the NPS.
- The NPS develops priority program of projects within available funding.
- Program jointly administered by the NPS and the FHWA in accordance with Interagency Agreements.
- The FHWA (Federal Lands Highway Office) undertakes a majority of the design and construction and the NPS is responsible for planning, environment and protection of park values.
For more information on the Park Roads and Parkways contact the Office of Federal Lands Highway at (202) 366-4588 or (202) 366-9494, or by email to email@example.com.
Park Roads and Parkways Fact Sheet
The Department of Transportation's partnership with the National Park Service (NPS) dates back to 1926. This partnership was formalized in 1983 with the establishment of the Park Roads and Parkways (PRP) Program. DOT's Office of Federal Lands Highway (FLH) and NPS jointly administer the PRP Program, which is part of the Federal Lands Highway Program (FLHP).
View the Park Roads and Parkways Fact Sheet (Acrobat, 1.78 MB)