WYDOT

With public shutdowns still in effect, WYDOT wants you to stop worrying about getting to the DMV. Last week, Governor Gordon issued an Executive Order allowing for a 90-day grace period for expired driver licenses and identification cards, extending from March 15th through June 1, 2020. This grace period extends for learning permits as well.…

With all the closures and cancellations, the Sheridan Avenue Project is moving along without any letup. At the beginning of next week, the construction will shift from the south side to the northside of 10th, 11th, and 12th Streets. This means that the two-lane traffic will shift to the southside. This should be in place…

It’s only been a week since construction began on Sheridan Avenue, but WYDOT wants to clear up some misconceptions on the process. The sawhorses, traffic cones, and loud noises on the northside of 11th and 12th Streets heralded the beginning of the nearly $5 million dollar Sheridan rehabilitation project. But despite the obvious changes to…

A clearer picture of the upcoming Sheridan Avenue project was literally presented at last night’s meeting. Representatives from the Wyoming Department of Transportation and S&S Construction gave several Cody residents, mainly store owners along Sheridan, an idea of the intensity and timeline of the construction project set to begin on March 2nd. There was a…

Everyone is invited to an important meeting on the Sheridan Avenue Project. The public meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 13, in the Cody Auditorium. The meeting will be hosted by S& S Builders of Gillette, the prime contractor awarded the bid for the project, and the Wyoming Department of Transportation. This…

There are ways to save more wildlife. Slower speed limits aren’t doing it. A new, first-of-its-kind study released by the Nature Conservancy refutes the commonly-held belief that lowering speed limits lowers the fatalities. The study, undertaken in conjunction with the Wyoming Department of Transportation, chose six highway crossings along mule deer migration routes and winter…

Prepare for major roadwork on Sheridan Avenue next year. The Wyoming Department of Transportation will begin a major project on Sheridan Avenue between 10th Street and Stampede Avenue next year. This will be the first major road maintenance on Sheridan Avenue since it was completely rebuilt in the mid-1980s. WYDOT says this project cannot be…

If you’re headed west out of Cody in the next few months, plan an extra 20 minutes of travel time. The Wyoming Department of Transportation has designated three locations in the Bighorn Basin for $664 thousand dollars worth of rock mitigation work – two are in and around the Wind River Canyon, and will involve…


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