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Bridge Construction

WYDOT is making progress on the dramatic, multi-million-dollar projects on the Chief Joseph and Beartooth Highways. Both projects are far from completion but are important improvements to ensure the roadways remain functional for the discernible future. Dead Indian Pass Slide project on WY 296, which has a budget of $5.7 million, has been underway since…

The Yellowstone River Bridge is undergoing a 3-year replacement, beginning in 2022. After considerable planning and public input, the Park has settled on its plan for what will be one of the most intense infrastructure projects in the park’s recent history. National Park Service Regional Director for Regions 6, 7, 8, Mike Reynolds, signed a…

A 1 mile, 27-million-dollar road project is moving forward on the Beartooth Highway. WYDOT is ready to begin the rather intensive task of completing the 420-foot, 3-span Beartooth Ravine steel girder bridge, 20-foot-high mechanically stabilized earth retaining walls, and roadwork and landscaping to tie into that portion of U.S. Highway 212. This particular project required intense…

The National Park Service has opened another public comment session on proposals to replace the Yellowstone River Bridge in Yellowstone National Park. The bridge, built in the 1960s, is directly outside of Mammoth Hot Springs and only a few miles from the Northeast Entrance. The structure is deteriorating and the National Park Service is prioritizing visitor…


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