Wyoming Department of Transportation

WYDOT Report

The WYDOT Report

Every week the WYDOT Report covers a subject of statewide interest for the people of Wyoming.
The program airs across the state thanks to the cooperation of network television affiliates in Cheyenne, Casper and Jackson.


May 15, 2017: Welcome to Wyoming


WYDOT workers are installing new Welcome to Wyoming signs. 

Featuring: Mike Calaway, WYDOT Sign Shop Supervisor - Cheyenne


May 9, 2017: Nighttime Speed Limit Research


As snow continues to melt in the high country, animals are migrating from winter feeding grounds to their summer range – increasing the chances of wildlife-vehicle collisions on the state’s highways. Changing driver behavior may make travel safer for motorists and animals.

Featuring: Corinna Riginos, Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative


May 1, 2017: Wildlife and Roadways Summit


Wildlife is one of Wyoming’s most visible – and valuable – natural resources. However, wildlife movement and human transportation often conflict. In this week’s WYDOT Report, Doug McGee tells us how WYDOT is working with other groups to find solutions.

Featuring Keith Compton, WYDOT District Engineer; Mike Laughter, Mule Deer Foundation; Daryl Lutz, Wyoming Game and Fish Department




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