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Travel information for Wyoming Highway 22 is as follows:

Last update at: Feb 27, 2024, 07:02 AM

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Neighboring States

District Comments
District 3 (Southwest) WY22: NO TRAILER TRAFFIC and WEIGHT LIMIT of 60,000 GVW is in effect over Teton Pass between Jackson and the Idaho state line from milepost 7 to 17.

I80: Road damage between Granger and Lyman from milepost 57 to 65.

US30: Watch for Falling Rock between Kemmerer and Cokeville from milepost 36 to 38.

WYDOT Road Impact Video Through

I80: Crash, Left lane blocked WESTBOUND between Granger and Lyman at milepost 61, Proceed with caution. Wednesday 2/28/2024

US191: 40,000 GVWR Restriction and no semi traffic is in effect between Rock Springs and the Utah state line from milepost 500 to 551.

Nearest Town Location Conditions Advisories Restrictions Last Report Time Cameras Sensors
NWS Forecast
Between Jackson and Wilson Slick with Snowfall Black Ice WY 22 from milepost 6.000 to 17.490
Weight restriction: 60000 lbs
Feb 27, 2024, 07:02 AM
Between Wilson and the Idaho State Line Slick with Blowing Snow Falling Rock, No Trailer Traffic Chain Law - Level 1 Chain Law - Click For Details WY 22 from milepost 6.000 to 17.490
Weight restriction: 60000 lbs
Feb 27, 2024, 07:02 AM

Construction Projects
Project Name Project Number WYDOT Contact Contractor Contact Start Date Completion Date Description Road Milepost(s) Surface Delays Last Updated
Bridge Rehabilitation Snake River Bridge WY 22 mp 3.33 to 4.24 both directions near Jackson 2000058 Bob Hammond
Ames Construction, Inc.
Burnsville , MN
Feb 23, 2023 Jun 30, 2025 Bridge replacement and miscellaneous work at the Junction WY 22 and WY 390. 3.300 to 4.240 Paved None Nov 7, 2023, 08:19 AM
*Chain Law - Level 1 Definition
**Chain Law - Level 2 Definition
Other Definitions

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.