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Wydot Director Calls For More Federal Funding

WYDOT Director John Cox testified before a U.S. Senate Committee in Washington Thursday about the importance of maintaining the interstate highway system.

Highways through rural states serve as a bridge, he told the Committee on Environment and Public Works, between heavily populated areas. Most of the trucks on the interstate in Wyoming are just passing through.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Drivers Warned, Watch For Signal Work Through Friday

Beginning Thursday afternoon and continuing through Friday Wyoming Department of Transportation crews will be installing battery back-up systems at Wydot operated intersections throughout the Casper area.

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I-80 Variable Speed Expanded

The next phase of variable speed limit signs on Interstate 80 have been turned on and will be officially operating February 1st.

Variable  speed limits were introduced  in 2009 between Laramie and Rawlins with the goal of limiting accidents and reducing road closures.

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West Beltloop Litigation Inches Forward

Eminent domain litigation over  the proposed transportation belt-loop west of Casper is in the final stages. Two separate lawsuits challenged the Wyoming Department of Transportation's plans.

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WYDOT Leads The Nation In Highway Stimulus Spending

Wyoming is tied for first place in the nation for the amount of Federal Stimulus dollars it's spent on highway projects.  The Wyoming Department of Transportation has paid out 94 percent of the $157.6 million in stimulus it received.

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Wydot Creates Road Closure Access Option

Travel on roads closed due to hazardous weather could be a possibility following a recent change in State law.  The Wyoming Department of Transportation has developed an approval process called, “Wydot Authorized Travel”,  that should make it easier for both residents and the Highway Patrol.  Wydot spokesman, Bruce Burrows, says the program gives Highway Patrol Officials  the chance to clear certain drivers  allowing  local travel on passable sections of specific closed roads.

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