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Old 06-04-2012, 12:38 PM
Art Waugh Art Waugh is offline
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Default Route Marking Thoughts

I had a request from one of the National Forests to see if the OHV community could come up with some kind of easy marker for open routes that could be applied nationwide across all Federal agencies. I see no reason it could not be used sate and locally as well. Should be like the "green dot" system in use for hunting season.

With the agencies going to designated routes this would end a lot of confusion for the users as there is no mandate to sign either open or closed, nor to put up road/trail numbers.

First thought is a bright yellow reflector in either round or square shape.

I have started the ball rolling by contacting Oregon's ATV program, and our IAD's

Feel free to toss out your thoughts or comments here and let me know what you think.
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