The Santa Fe National Forest released a map letting motorists know where it is ok to drive in the park today.
The Motor Vehicle Use Map has been in the works for six year. The project began as a response a national guideline, which requires all national forests in the country to evaluate their motorized systems of roads and trails.
In a press release, spokesperson for the Santa Fe National Forest, Bruce Hill said the map is a simple way for drivers to navigate the national forest's many roadways.
“After years of extensive analysis and public involvement, the MVUM (Motor Vehicle Use Map) displays the forest’s designated network of roads and trails for public motor vehicle use, showing the public where they can legally ride,” he said.
This map is free to the public and can be used in conjunction with other maps.