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CHEYENNE (WNE) — The Wyoming Department of Transportation issued a reminder Friday 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...
Drivers should expect short delays on northeast Wyoming highways because the Wyoming Department of Transportation Dist. 4 annual chip sealing project has started, according to a press release from WYDOT Dist. 4.  The district’s public relations specialist, Laura Dalles, said work in Weston County...

Gasbuddy.com prices for 82701 as of 12:33 p.m. on Monday. 

CHEYENNE — The best way to bring down high gas costs in Wyoming would be to secure a long-term fuel supply within the state, one industry insider told stakeholders Friday.  No new refinery has been built in the U.S. for more than 50 years, Steve Cure, an energy consultant with Longmont, Colorado-...
LARAMIE —The final draft of Wyoming’s National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure deployment plan is available for public comment.  WYDOT’s plan outlines how the state will use federal money to build out a statewide network of electric vehicle charging stations to bolster Wyoming’s transportation...
SHERIDAN (WNE) — A spot being monitored for a potential landslide on U.S. Highway 14 east of Steamboat Point does not pose safety concerns for motorists, according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation. “We’re not concerned about safety,” WYDOT Senior Public Relations Specialist Laura Dalles...
LYMAN (WNE) — Wyoming will soon receive National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) formula funds to use to facilitate electric vehicle infrastructure development, especially charging stations, around the state.  The funding is part of the Federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA),...

Trucks and campers line the side of a road in Laramie following a closure of Interstate 80. A network of Wyoming Department of Transportation employees, including Wyoming Highway Patrol troopers, is responsible for providing the information the agency uses to decide whether roads should be closed or opened in bad weather. (Photo by Carol Ryczek, Laramie Boomerang)

LARAMIE — Bright red lines across the Wyoming Department of Transportation mobile map quickly tell the story: Interstate 80 is closed. Again. The decision to close, and reopen, the interstate that crosses all of southern Wyoming is based on observations of DOT personnel on the interstate, said Doug...
LARAMIE — Interstate 80 is coming under scrutiny again as the Wyoming Department of Transportation has made an informal proposal to the federal government to consider a reroute of the interstate to cut down on winter closures. The proposed reroute would follow U.S. Highway 30, interchanging at...
CASPER — A bill to put more taxpayer money toward Wyoming’s underfunded highways won’t be going before lawmakers this session after all.  Bills had to be introduced within the first five days of this year’s legislative session to be heard. But last week came and went without a vote to introduce...

Flashing lights can be seen on a WYDOT snow plow and tow plow 

 

Top-10 list of things snow plow operators want drivers to know   CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming Department of Transportation plow drivers are on the roads when the conditions are at their worst, and they're also out between storm treating trouble spots. Unfortunately, operators have been...

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