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More Highway Construction Starting In Wyoming

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — More highway construction projects will soon be underway around Wyoming and most of them will be done by in-state companies.

The state's transportation commission awarded $12 million in contracts for 11 projects during its meeting in April

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Snow Making Travel Difficult In Wyoming

Another round of heavy snow is making travel difficult throughout the state of Wyoming.

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Drivers Urged To Avoid Unnecessary Travel

Driving conditions are treacherous in the wake of a spring storm that dumped more than a foot of snow in some areas of the state.

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Spring Snowstorm Closes Highways in Wyoming

A spring snowstorm has dumped up to a foot of snow and closed hundreds of miles of highways in Wyoming.

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Gov: WYDOT Can Help Plow Yellowstone If Communities Pay For It

Governor Matt Mead has decided that Wyoming Department of Transportation equipment and labor will be made available if the Cody and Jackson communities raise money to pay the state to get the roads to the east and south gates of Yellowstone National Park open on time

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Wyoming House (Amy Richards/TSM)
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Superintendent Bill Passes the Legislature, Heads to Governor Mead [AUDIO]

 

A bill that makes major changes to the duties of the Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction has passed the legislature.The House passed the bill amended on a 39-20 vote and the Senate concurred with the changes made by the House.

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I-180 Overpass (Courtesy of WYDOT)
I-180 Overpass (Courtesy of WYDOT)
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Survey Shows Satisfaction With WYDOT

A recent telephone survey of adult Wyoming residents shows most are satisfied with how WYDOT is managing the state's transportation system, according to a press release from the agency.

WYDOT spokesman Dave Kingham 79 percent or respondents said they were satisfied overall with WYDOT, while 2 percent said they were not and 19 percent were neutral

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WYDOT Is Waiving Oversize Load Fees For Hay [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Department of Transportation is waiving oversize-load fees for shipments of hay coming into the state as part of the drought disaster relief effort.the waiver took effect Monday and will continue until the drought disaster designations expire or until Dec. 31st, when conditions will be re-evaluated.  The National Parks Conservation Association has recognized Gov. Matt Mead and the state for helping to address wildlife-vehicle collisions on Wyoming's roads and along wildlife corridors. Doug Randall reports.

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Increase In State Fuel Tax Possible [AUDIO]

People driving along the Beartooth Highway along the Montana-Wyoming state line this summer will be asked to stop and take a survey. Doug Randall reports. Raising Wyoming's gasoline tax as well as increasing vehicle registration fees and driver's license fees were among the proposals reviewed by the Wyoming Legislature's Joint Revenue, and  Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Interim Committees, during a joint meeting in Cheyenne Tuesday. The supercommittee is tasked with finding ways to raise revenue for roads. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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Keslar Announces Commission Run

Rick Keslar says he is running as a Republican for the open two year seat on the Laramie County Commission. Keslar is currently a Policy and Planning Analyst with the Wyoming Department of Transportation and has worked for the Wyoming State Highway Department and WYDOT for the past 37 years, experience  which he says gives him a strong background in management and customer service.

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