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Last Update at: May 18, 2024, 11:53 PM

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District 1 (Southeast)  
District 2 (Central)  
District 3 (Southwest) Evanston/Bear River Drive: Bridge deck replacement. Height restriction of 10 feet in effect. Use alternate route.

WY22: Planned bridge deck pour, Monday, May 20th at 5 am., Traffic reduced to one lane for approximately one hour near Jackson at intersection of WY 390. Please plan accordingly.

WY22: Weight limit of 60,000 GVW is in effect over Teton Pass between Jackson and the Idaho state line from milepost 7 to 17.

US30: Watch for falling rock between Kemmerer and Cokeville from milepost 36 to 38.

 

District 4 (Northeast)  
District 5 (Northwest)  

Strong Winds
RouteRegionDirectionFromTo
WY 72Southeast I-80Hanna Jct
I 80Southeast Exit 235, Walcott JctExit 255, WY 72
I 80Southeast Exit 255, WY 72Exit 267, Wagonhound Rd

Impact Levels Description / Recommended Action
Low Minimal impacts expected, use general caution.
Moderate Some impacts expected, use extra caution. Stay alert for changing road and weather conditions.
High Dangerous impacts expected, use extreme caution, delay travel or consider alternate route. If travel is necessary, slow down and allow extra time.
CLOSED Per W.S. 24-1-109, motorists traveling on a closed road without permission from WYDOT or WHP may be subject to a fine of up to $750 and/or up to 30 days imprisonment.
Seasonal / Long-Duration Event Impact level used to distinguish long-duration events from emergent events.
All travelers are encouraged to check present conditions and forecasts before departing.