Denver, Colorado 2021-01-22 10:32:38 –
Denver (AP) — Rocky Mountain National Park will abolish the timed admission reservation system introduced to promote social distance in the coronavirus pandemic.
The Denver Post reported that last year’s booking system limited vehicle entry to 60% of the park’s maximum parking capacity.
This year, park officials say they may continue to limit as needed and introduce other pilot programs to manage congestion and congestion.
Park officials have repeatedly said that they will not establish a permanent booking system without first getting public opinion, but they have been wrestling with congestion for years.
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