The FHA/NPS rehabilitation work on Going-to-the-Sun Road is on-going. Phase VI will rehabilitate approximately 3.5 miles of road and stone structures beginning at the West Tunnel.
As reported in 2004, the Department of the Interior, National Park Service prepared a Record of Decision on the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Rehabilitation of the Going-to-the-Sun Road (December 2003). The selected alternative will have a significant long-term beneficial effect on cultural resources. The National Historic Landmark designation will be maintained by implementation of rehabilitation measures to repair and protect retaining walls, guard walls, arches, bridges, culverts, and other historic features before further significant deterioration occurs. Under the selected alternative, rehabilitation of the road will be completed over 7 to 8 years, if required funding is available. This alternative accomplishes road repairs while maintaining significant historic features, visitor use, and access.