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Chief Joseph Highway

W.Y.D.O.T. is ready to begin another set of improvements on the Chief Joseph Highway, which means a few weeks of short delays and single-lane traffic. The Chief Joseph Highway (Wyoming Highway 296) is due for another set of repairs. This time, work will commence in the Paint Creek Canyon. W.Y.D.O.T. has established a 300-foot work…

As Wyoming’s spring brings consistently warm weather, WYDOT begins numerous projects throughout the Bighorn Basin to improve roads, slopes, and bridges.WYDOT is either beginning or resuming several critical infrastructure projects in northwest Wyoming. Chief Joseph Highway Condon Johnson and Associates, Inc., of Kent, Wash., will resume work on the Chief Joseph Highway Slide repair project…

WYDOT embarks on its next multi-million-dollar roadwork project in Cody, this time along the north route of Highway 120. WYDOT’s next Cody-based project won’t be as intrusive as the ongoing Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation. But that doesn’t make it any less critical. Starting next week, three miles of WY120 will be undergoing settlement repair and reconstruction.…

Expect wind gusts as high as 80 mph in some parts of Park County, starting Sunday night and blowing all day Monday. The National Weather Service has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for western and central Wyoming, including all of Park County, effective at midnight Monday. It continues until at least 6 p.m. Cody residents…

The dangerous disease has been found in a hunt area northwest of Cody, an unfortunate but not unexpected development given its spread across the Bighorn Basin. The Wyoming Department of Game and Fish has confirmed that chronic wasting disease is present in yet another Bighorn Basin region – Hunt Area 109, northwest of Cody. Deer…

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…

Ready for another regional WYDOT project? Another flurry of construction is set to begin July 6th at Dead Indian Pass, part of the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway on Wyoming Route 296. This is the Dead Indian Pass Slide repair project, which will include some drilling of the slide area just east of the scenic overlook…

Millions of dollars are going into a Chief Joseph Highway improvement project. A moderately sized but expensive repair project will be undertaken to make some slide repairs on a section of WYO 296, along with a stabilization of the area and fixing a dip in the road. Condon-Johnsons & Associates Inc, a contracting company based…


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