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Cody Beers, Public Relations Specialist for WyDOT, spoke about a tractor trailer that had slid off the road on Highway 120 between Cody and Meeteetse, also he talked about the Big Horn Avenue project as well as answer the questions of why is WyDOT down so many snow plow drivers.    

Despite the hostility toward “going green,” Wyoming is one of the most economical states to top off an electric vehicle. – but low on the list of the best states to own one. Zutobi, a website that offers driver’s education courses, researched the price of fully charging a Tesla Model 3 – currently the most…

W.Y.D.O.T. is traversing the Bighorn Basin to get public input on its ongoing plan to improve over 1,300 miles of highway in northwest Wyoming over the next several years. The Wyoming Department of Transportation has finished its yearly update for its Wyoming Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. S.T.I.P. is a six-year, fiscally constrained program representing the…

Cody Beers, WyDOT Public Relations Specialist, came on SYP to talk about summer paving projects, the re-opening of Yellowstone National Park, the latest on the Big Horn Avenue Traffic Study and why the font size on area road signs have increased.

Wyoming Pathways asks all Wyomingites to consider what “Active Transportation” projects could use funding – and Cody should be paying attention. Governor Mark Gordon has developed a proposal to make the best use of new federal funding Wyoming will receive from the American Rescue Plan. In the broad strokes, the objective is to create “a…

President Biden’s one trillion-dollar infrastructure package means enormous investment in the United States – but what does it mean for Wyoming? After months of negotiation, President Joe Biden’s $1.2 trillion Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal was passed by the U.S, House of Representatives. The passage is the result of months of debate, amendments, and internal struggle within…

Wyomingites could soon be paying a tax every time they get behind the wheel, as state lawmakers dig deep in an effort to address unprecedent funding shortfalls.

The North Entrance of Yellowstone has opened as a thruway, not a gateway. Yellowstone Superintendent Cam Sholly says the North Entrance is functionally open ahead of the anticipated June 1st opening for all three Montana entrances. The reason for this early concession is Cooke City, Montana. Unlike the other gateway communities, it has been completely…

Temporary but essential changes to operations have been announced at the Cody Senior Center. In order to protect those in our community most vulnerable to COVID-19, The Center has already cancelled social activities and events until further notice, and Thrift Barn has also been closed until the national emergency passes. Only those seniors with critical…


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