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It’s officially construction season in Park County as three separate W.Y.D.O.T. will be underway from this week until the end of summer – and probably longer. W.Y.D.O.T. is keeping itself busy in northwest Wyoming. Several stretches of highway throughout Park County are receiving long-overdue refurbishment. Drivers should be aware that all three projects will have…

Motorists will see traffic delays during an upcoming $1.47 million pavement improvement through the three-lane section of US14A between Cody and Powell. Contractor Century Companies, Inc., of Lewistown, Mont., is scheduled to begin work Monday, May 16, with rotomilling of the existing surfacing and guardrail replacement of U.S. Highway 14a through the Corbett Bridge area.…

Even while extensive rockfall mitigation work continues in the Wind River Canyon, drivers need to stay on alert for falling rocks – large and small. W.Y.DO.T. project engineer Jordan Erz released a public message about the work in the Wind River Canyon. After a sudden rockfall last week, two contractors and dozens of workers immediately…

There is a flurry of activity in the Wind River Canyon as W.Y.D.O.T. moves up the timeline for essential mitigation projects after last weekend’s rockslide – which means 30+ minute delays this summer. Last Saturday’s rockslide closed the section of US20/WY789 running through the Wind River Canyon for four hours. Because of this, W.Y.D.O.T. isn’t…

W.Y.D.O.T. will begin over ten miles of road improvements between the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park and the Fishhawk Trailhead on May 2. The 10.25 miles of US14/16/20 directly east of the East Entrance to Yellowstone National Park will receive pavement improvements and other work beginning May 2. The $5.4 million project will consist…

The Wind River Canyon was completely closed for a few hours on Saturday after the weekend’s winter weather caused a large landslide. On Saturday, April 23, a significant rockslide occurred near the tunnels at the southern end of the Wind River Canyon around 6 p.m. The slide was large enough to close Wyoming Highway 120…

Yesterday’s storm managed to cripple much of the Bighorn Basin as highways became too slick with snow to travel safely, shutting down many regional services. The National Weather Service Office in Riverton complied snow amount totals recorded by northwest Wyoming communities on Tuesday, April 12. Every Bighorn Basin location experienced at least half an inch…

The study to find solutions on Big Horn Avenue begins with an informative new website and the first calls for public involvement in the year-long process. Last week, the City of Cody and Stantec Inc. launched a new website about Big Horn Avenue Corridor Study. Stantec Inc. is the company selected by the City of…

In April, Cody residents will get their first opportunity to comment on the upcoming study finding the best solutions for safely crossing Big Horn Avenue. During a recent meeting of the Cody City Council, the Cody Enterprise reports Phillip Bowman, Cody’s Public Works Director, said that a public meeting would be held sometime in April.…

W.Y.D.O.T. and the City of Cody meet today to “kickoff” the process of finding long-term solutions for pedestrian crossings on the ever-growing Big Horn Avenue. Today (Tuesday, Feb. 8), W.Y.D.O.T. staff will meet with officials from the City of Cody. This meeting is “the kickoff” – the beginning of creating safe pedestrian crossings for Big…


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