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Yellowstone National Park shatters its September and year-to-date records, which raises questions on whether the park can handle such vast crowds. The record-breaking year at Yellowstone National Park continued into September. Last month’s numbers surpassed 2020’s, making September 2021 the busiest September in the park’s history. Yellowstone National Park hosted 882,078 recreation visits in September 2021…

The impact of this week’s intense winter weather is enormous – major Wyoming highways were closed, communities isolated, and tourists unable to travel. Wyoming was hammered by unseasonably snowy weather earlier this week. And, based on W.Y.D.O.T.’s Travel Information Map, it shut down a significant portion of Wyoming on Tuesday and well into Wednesday. The…

Blizzard conditions for Wyoming are inbound, as a long summer suddenly transitions into a harsh fall – with at least a foot of snow – in the Bighorn Basin. Winter weather is pushing its way into the Bighorn Basin this week. After summer conditions persisted into the first week of October, autumn will be establishing…

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…

It’s the report Cody has been waiting for – after two years and dozens of traffic alterations, “the end of the road” is near on Sheridan Avenue. WYDOT has released its latest update on the progress of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project. Work on the massive road project throughout Cody continues this week, but the…

It’s a race to the finish line for construction on Sheridan Avenue, with W.Y.D.O.T. and construction crews confident they’ll reach the mid-June deadline. The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is within a month of its conclusion, after a year of intense work to completely overhaul the road, sidewalks, and crosswalks. 2021 threw numerous construction delays at…

After years of construction, the replacement and restoration project is complete and ready for a better future for the visitors and environment of Yellowstone. Summer 2021 is already destined to be busy in Yellowstone National Park. In addition to the potential for another record-breaking year, park officials are embarking on several significant construction projects. Work…

If you’re noticing construction barrels popping up all over Sheridan Avenue, it’s the sign the year-long project is winding down, minus the finishing touches. The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project continues chugging along. WYDOT and S&S Builders are eyeing the early summer finish line by this point, but there’s still lots of work to be done.…

Even Yellowstone isn’t immune from summer construction season, with three significant projects underway while tourists traverse the park in Summer 2021. Three major road construction projects will occur in Yellowstone National Park in 2021. Only one of the three projects will involve a complete closure. The other two will cause delays and/or traffic pattern changes…

After two delays, it’s time for the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project to slow down and go downhill – so you’ll want to plan your Cody drive accordingly. Starting Thursday, April 1, fifty trucks and 500 cubic yards of concrete will be poured down 17th Street towards Alger Avenue. When the pour commences, one-way traffic with…


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