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Fremont County Law Enforcement officers arrest seven drunk drivers during St. Patrick’s weekend; no fatality crashes reported

Fremont County Law Enforcement officers arrest seven drunk drivers during St. Patrick’s weekend; no fatality crashes reported

Date: 03/22/2017 

As part of a county-wide, multi-agency seat belt and DWUI enforcement operation “Zero Deaths, Zero DUIs,” Fremont County law enforcement officers arrested seven drunk drivers during the recent St. Patrick’s Day and weekend. During the three-day operation, area law enforcement made 199 traffic stops, issued 51 speeding citations, two seat belt citations, one child restraint citation, 46 other citations and issued 155 warnings. There were no traffic fatalities reported over the weekend in Fremont County. Fremont County law enforcement agencies are working together again in 2017 as part of a county-wide,...

Aeronautics Commission to hold teleconference March 21

Aeronautics Commission to hold teleconference March 21

Date: 03/20/2017 

The Wyoming Aeronautics Commission will meet at 1:30 p.m. March 21 on a teleconference. The commission will consider 2017 budget modifications as well as proposals for plans through fiscal year 2021-2022 for the Wyoming Aviation Capital Improvement Program. The full agenda and dates for upcoming meetings are available on the Aeronautics web page. For more information about the meeting agenda or the commission, please contact the commission secretary at (307) 777-3952, email katie.pfister@wyo.gov or visit the commission page on WYDOT’s website at www.dot.state.wy.us. The seven commissioners, appointed...

Preliminary surveying for 2020 project scheduled to begin next week in Cody

Preliminary surveying for 2020 project scheduled to begin next week in Cody

Date: 03/17/2017 

A future roadway rehabilitation project in the City of Cody is the reason for preliminary surveying work this month by the Wyoming Department of Transportation. The future project is tentatively scheduled for the year 2020. As part of this future project, WYDOT is upgrading the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements at the street corners on each city block. WYDOT Photos and Surveys workers from Cheyenne will be on site as early as next week, and possibly through early April, to survey existing street corners and gather preliminary data so plans can be developed for the project.  “We are tentatively...

Spring burning? Plan ahead, avoid burning in state rights-of-way

Spring burning? Plan ahead, avoid burning in state rights-of-way

Date: 03/17/2017 

As temperatures begin to warm and the winter snows melt, many ranchers, farmers and other people head outside to begin their annual agricultural burns. Each year, as the spring burning season gets into full swing, at least a few of these burns get out of control. This year, the National Weather Service is encouraging people to stay safe and “Learn Before You Burn!” “Frequently, our calm mornings turn windy during the afternoon,” said Tim Troutman of the National Weather Service Riverton office. “Having an up-to-date wind speed and direction forecast can help you decide whether or not dropping the...

WYDOT and Game and Fish putting more attention on wildlife and vehicle safety with April summit

WYDOT and Game and Fish putting more attention on wildlife and vehicle safety with April summit

Date: 03/17/2017 

Many travelers in Wyoming have spotted some of the major projects that have been put in place to keep wildlife and drivers safe. The overpasses and underpasses between Pinedale and Jackson are the most well recognized and they have reduced wildlife-vehicle collisions, but both the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department want to work with the public to do even more for public safety and for conservation. To focus more attention on this topic the two agencies are inviting anyone interested in learning more and giving input to the WYOMING’S WILDLIFE AND...

 

The Wyoming Transportation Commission governs activities of the Department of Transportation.  The commission is composed of seven members appointed by the governor, with approval of the Senate. Commissioners are appointed to six-year terms and they represent districts which include three or four counties.

Transportation Commission Home Page

Next business meeting

2016 Audit Presentation - March 22

  • * 4 p.m. WYDOT Executive Staff Conference Room, 5300 Bishop Blvd., Cheyenne WY
  • * Results of the WYDOT 2016 single audit, presented by McGee, Hearne & Paiz, certified public accountants - Information Supplied

Business Meeting - March 23

  • * 7 a.m. breakfast at The Historic Plains Hotel, Range A Room, 1600 Central Ave. - Information Supplied
  • * 11 a.m. convene for business meeting at the Wyoming Department of Transportation, Executive Staff Room, 5300 Bishop Blvd., Cheyenne, WY

Contact
Transportation Commission Secretary
5300 Bishop Blvd.
Cheyenne, WY 82009-3340
307-777-4007

 

 

The Wyoming Department of Transportation's Aeronautics Commission is comprised seven members, each appointed by Wyoming's Governor, and receiving Senate consent.

Each county within a district is represented, by successive appointments, and State law requires that the minority party be represented on the Commission.

Aeronautics Commission Home Page

Next business meeting: Tuesday, March 21.

Contact
Aeronautics Commission Secretary
5300 Bishop Blvd.
Cheyenne, WY 82009-3340
307-777-4015

 

The Public Safety Communications Commission is responsible for providing policy level direction related to planning, designing and implementing guidelines, best practices and standard approaches to address Wyoming's public safety communications interoperability issues.

The commission is comprised of 11 members from public safety, county, state and local entities.

Public Safety Communications Commission Home Page

Next business meeting: Tuesday, April 4.

Contact
Communications Commission
Bob Symons
5300 Bishop Blvd.
Cheyenne, WY 82009
307-777-5065

Wyoming Department of Transportation
5300 Bishop Blvd.
Cheyenne, WY 82009
307-777-4375

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