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The National Park Service's proposed transportation plan for Acadia National Park includes recommendations that would require motorists to make reservations for the park's most popular spots during the peak visitor season. The plan's “preferred alternative” calls for a “timed-entry vehicle reservation system” for a heavily traveled section of the Park Loop Road, for the Cadillac Mountain summit road and to park in the North Lot at Jordan Pond House. All other parking lots would be managed on a first-come, first-served basis. Other proposals include: Gradually phasing out right-lane parking, expanding the Island Explorer bus service, expanding some parking areas and relocating a visitor services center on the west side of State Route 3 to the Acadia Gateway Center in Trenton. The park service is taking public comment on the plan until June 26.
Which best describes your preferred solution to Acadia's traffic problem?
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