Is any of the Moab site open for public use?
None of the Moab site is open for public use. A recreation trail segment called the Millsite Riverside Trail (MRT) was developed in 2012 but site security policies changed before it could be opened. Once site remediation is complete, the MRT will cross the Moab site along the river, providing a convenient and scenic route for non-motorized traffic from the North Moab Canyon Recreation Trail, near Courthouse Wash Bridge, south to SR-279 (Potash Road).

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1. Is any of the Moab site open for public use?
2. Is it safe to camp near the Moab site?
3. Is it safe to raft down the Colorado River or ride my bicycle on Potash Road past the Moab site?
4. Is the site open to the public for tours?
5. The wind tends to blow frequently in the Moab area. Is the dust I see coming from the Moab site radioactive and is it harmful to breathe?
6. What are uranium mill tailings?
7. What does U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) plan to do with the site?
8. What is that huge pile of dirt northwest of Moab?
9. What will U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) do to control dust during remediation of the pile? How will emissions be monitored?
10. Where can I find out more information about the Moab UMTRA Project?
11. Who owns the Moab site?