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Wyoming 511

What is 511 Notify?
  511 Notify is a messaging system that allows a recipient to receive important messages via text messaging (cell phone) and/or via email. 511 Notify is intended as a PRE-TRIP information system. Motorists are reminded that state law prohibits texting while driving.

How does 511 Notify work?
  Subscribers can choose the route segment(s) and time(s) for which they are interested in receiving messages. Messages will be sent to the primary email address listed on a subscribers' account and may also be sent to a secondary email address or cell phone number as a text message.

What subscription items are contained in 511 Notify?
 
  • Daytime Alerts and Opens/Closures (06:00-20:00)
  • Daytime Opens/Closures Only (06:00-20:00)
  • Nighttime Alerts and Opens/Closures (20:00-06:00)
  • Nighttime Opens/Closures Only (20:00-06:00)
What types of messages does each subscription item receive?
 
  • Daytime and Nighttime Alerts and Opens/Closures
    • Closures/Openings
    • Chain Law
    • No Unnecessary Travel
    • Reduced Visibility
    • No Light Trailers
    • Black Ice
    • No Trailer Traffic
    • Speed Limit Changes
  • Daytime and Nighttime Opens/Closures Only
    • Closures/Openings ONLY
Note: If you subscribe to both "Alerts and Opens/Closures" and "Opens/Closures Only" for a particular road segment you will receive duplicate messages.

Is there a cost for this service?
  511 Notify is provided to you at no cost by the Wyoming Department of Transportation; however, standard text message fees apply.

How do I subscribe to 511 Notify?
  E-mail/Test Messege Notification Click Here to Sign Up to Receive E-mail/Text Updates

511 Notify Subscription Instructions


The Wyoming Department of Transportation strives to provide accurate and timely information concerning roadway conditions to the traveling public. Most of our condition reports are based on visual inspection of the roadways. WYDOT needs citizens to help in reporting road conditions because the department doesn't have the manpower or financial resources to monitor conditions on every mile of its highway system 24 hours a day. If you would like to volunteer for the Enhanced Citizen-Assisted Reporting program please click on the ECAR icon below and follow the application process.
ECAR Program

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