The National Park Service’s $1.6 billion capital project has a $1 billion price tag

The National Parks Service’s (NPS) capital project will cost $1,858 billion over 20 years, a figure that includes everything from funding for the construction of the Bears Ears monument to the installation of the national park’s $20 billion electric vehicle charging network. 

The capital project, which will be completed by 2026, is part of a larger effort to increase park visitation and revenue. 

According to NPS spokesperson Scott Bowers, the capital project was announced during a September 2 press conference and that the public is welcome to participate in the process. 

“The NPS will continue to work with all stakeholders in the planning and execution of this major capital project,” Bowers said. 

A total of $972 million will go toward constructing the Bears Esseks 1,800-mile national monument, which encompasses more than 2,400 square miles.

The national park also will receive $8 million from the State Department of Tourism for the $20 million Electric Vehicle Charging Network. 

$1.9 billion in public funds in total, or $1 per person, will be spent on the capital. 

Bowers said that all of the money will be dedicated to “transforming the public’s relationship with the parks and recreation system.” 

“This project is not just about making money,” he said.

“It is about creating a sustainable future for the nation’s national parks and national recreation programs, as well as our Nation’s future as a global leader in clean energy and conservation.” 

Bower did not disclose the cost of the capital, but said that it will be used for all parks and areas of the park system. 

He also said that the capital will provide additional resources to “build a national park system that reflects the diversity of America’s landscape, and that continues to be the most visited national park in the world.” 

While the public may be able to participate, the NPS does not plan to offer any discounts for people that would make it easier for them to participate. 

 According the NPS website, “We know that people want to be part of this.

This is not a program for people who are just going to get involved.

This project is about doing something different for America.” 

There is also a chance that some people may be deterred from participating because of some of the policies that are included in the funding. 

NPS Secretary Sally Jewell has stated that it is expected that the agency will continue its work on the Bears Estes monument and other national parks. In April, Congress finally approved a $20.4 billion transportation bill that includes funding for an $18.4 million electric vehicle charge station at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah. 

It is expected that the $1bn funding will be distributed through the National Park System. 

However, there are some issues that will need to be worked out before the new capital project is completed. 

While some of the major priorities for the capital project are to improve access to the national parks, the funding also includes access to electric vehicle chargers. 

Park Service director John Frawley told reporters at a recent news conference that the electric vehicle charger program has been in the works for some time. 

On September 2, Frawley said that the program will begin with the installation of the chargers in 2019. 

Earlier this year, he said that he expected the chargers to be operational by 2021. 

Last year, the ParkService announced a $50 million over the next three years to create a national electric vehicle network that would be used to build charging stations for electric vehicles and provide free parking to parkers.

The park service will also be able to make free parking to parkers at the Bears Ears National Monument and National Park Service Park Ranger John M. Prentice will be on the job every day. 

Additionally, Park Service spokeswoman Stephanie Stokes said that the agency will also provide access to electric vehicles and free parking at the Grand Canyon. 

Other major points that have been discussed include funding for electric vehicle charging stations that can be used to bring electric vehicles to the National Park. 

Meanwhile, former Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced that there will be new designations for parks that are possessed of wildlife, creating new national wildlife areas and  new species. 

These new protected national wildlands will