Big Horn Avenue pedestrian crosswalk test will be in effect for start of school year in Cody

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A 3-month pedestrian crosswalk test just west of the intersection of Freedom Street and Big Horn Avenue intersection will be installed prior to the beginning of the 2022-23 school year in Cody. The crosswalk test will include a painted crosswalk with push button warning lights, a pedestrian refuge island in the middle of Big Horn Avenue, and a barrier to eliminate left-hand turns from Big Horn Avenue...

WYDOT will be striping in town square this week, next week

The Wyoming Department of Transportation will be performing pavement striping and signing maintenance in Jackson beginning this evening.  Crews will be working near the intersection of Broadway Avenue and Cache Street near the town square, the Y intersection of WYO 22 and US 26/89/191, and the 5-way intersection of Broadway Ave, West Pearl Avenue and Flat Creek Drive.   Work will take place at night...

Wyoming Transportation Commission to meet August 18

The Wyoming Transportation Commission will meet Thursday, August 18, 2022, for its regular business meeting at 8:30 a.m. in person at 5300 Bishop Blvd., Cheyenne, and via Zoom. The purpose of the meeting is to address and vote upon, when appropriate, the topics noted on the attached meeting agenda. To join the business meeting virtually, or to view the meeting materials, visit the Transportation Commission...

Paving operations to cause road closure on WYO 71

RAWLINS, Wyo. – Maintenance crews with the Wyoming Department of Transportation are scheduled to pave part of Wyoming Highway 71/Sage Creek Road starting Wednesday, August 17th, weather permitting. This is a continuation of a seasonal paving project started earlier this summer in Carbon County. Crews will first focus at the beginning of WYO71/Sage Creek Rd, near the junction at Wyoming Highway 78/...

Campaign/advertising signs not allowed in state rights-of-way

The Wyoming Department of Transportation today issued a reminder that advertising signs cannot be placed in the state right-of-way. "With the upcoming elections, we’ve seen an increase in the number of signs our maintenance crews are having to remove from the right-of-way fence or from the right-of-way itself,” said WYDOT area maintenance supervisor Clint Huckfeldt of Thermopolis. “Wyoming law and...