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The '''Indian Reservation Roads Program''' is part of the [[Bureau of Indian Affairs]] (BIA) and is meant to meet the transportation needs of for [[Native Americans in the United States]], [[List of Native American Tribal Entities|Native American Tribes]] and [[Alaska Natives]].<ref name="BIA Road"></ref> These roads, also known as '''BIA Roads''' are given to tribes by providing funds for planning, designing, construction, and maintenance activities.<ref name="BIA Road" />
The program is jointly administered by the [[Federal Lands Highway Program]] and the BIA. <ref name="BIA Road" /> These roads are public that provide access to and within [[Indian reservations]], [[Indian trust land]], [[restricted Indian land]], and [[Alaska native villages]]. <ref name="BIA Road" /> Approximately 25,000 miles are under the jurisdiction of BIA and tribes and another 24,000 are under State and local ownership.