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W.Y.D.O.T. has a different driver safety message for Wyoming drivers – if you get a text about “license waiver validation,” it’s not legit. A new phishing scam has appeared in Wyoming. This time, scammers are convincingly mimicking W.Y.D.O.T. to get money from drivers. Drivers across the state are receiving a text message from scammers, which…

If you want to hear and speak about future W.Y.D.O.T. projects in the Bighorn Basin, a series of public meetings is the best chance you have to have your say. A series of annual public meetings are scheduled to address future highway improvement projects in northwest Wyoming, and a self-guided online meeting to allow citizens…

A truck arrestor saved several lives on U.S. Highway 16 in Wyoming after a bentonite-carrying semi-truck was stopped quickly and safely on its way to Buffalo. W.Y.D.O.T. reports a five-axle flatbed semi-truck lost control while traveling down U.S. Highway 16. The driver utilized the truck arrestor (or catch-net system) installed along the Wyoming mountain highway…

Chip sealing is scheduled this week on a portion of U.S. 14/16/20 west of Cody, according to Wyoming Department of Transportation District 5 public relations specialist Cody Beers. Beers discussed the work Tuesday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick.” Crews will be working from the city limits (near Stampede Park), through the…

Two years of intense construction on Sheridan Avenue finish ahead of schedule, which should keep traffic in Cody moving without interruption for decades. Sheridan Avenue is getting its finishing touches this week. After two years of intense construction, the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is nearly finished. Todd Frost, W.Y.D.O.T. resident engineer in Cody, shared the…

The two-year Sheridan Avenue-17th Street rehabilitation project will be completed this week, according to Wyoming Department of Transportation District 5 public relations specialist Cody Beers. Tuesday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick,” Beers said the final step – which includes placement of thermoplastics, or “more of a permanent crosswalk marker” – was…

Yellowstone-bound travelers may find their way to the East Entrance slightly slower than usual, as W.Y.D.O.T. works to clean up a North Fork mudslide. What’s likely to be the first big weekend in Yellowstone just got a bit more complicated. W.Y.D.O.T. announced “a pre-Memorial Day maintenance situation” after being informed of a large mud flow.…

Northwest Wyoming will soon become much more traversable, as two mountain passes open Thursday and should stay open for Memorial Day – weather permitting. While summer has arrived in many Wyoming tourist communities, winter keeps its grip on the high mountains. After weeks of plowing and preparation, both the Beartooth Pass and U.S. Highway 14A…

Powell and Lovell will be getting a shorter and much smaller taste of the road construction that has consumed Cody for the past two years. Starting Wednesday, May 19, a $683,000 concrete slab replacement road project commences in Lovell. Once this work is completed, the same construction project moves to Powell. This is the same…

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…


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