Wyoming transportation officials are deploying a new roadway messaging system to help truckers avoid dangerous blow-over crashes on interstates as winter's peak accident season nears.November 7, 2023
Wyoming officials are eager to start spending a new $13 million federal grant to complete final redesign to modernize a heavily used interchange in Cheyenne that was built in the 1960s.July 10, 2023
Truckers traveling in Wyoming over Interstate 80, which sees the most truck traffic there, will be able to drive over two new bridges to be built mostly with a new Federal Railroad Administration grant.May 4, 2023
Most of Wyoming’s output of diesel, renewable diesel and biodiesel is sent to other states rather than being used locally.October 27, 2022
Despite a possible $6 billion cost, Wyoming transportation officials hope the federal government will fund an alternative route to a hazardous 100-mile stretch of the Interstate 80 mountain corridor where hurricane-force winds and snow cause accidents, heavy truck blow-overs and supply chain disruptions.March 17, 2022
RAWLINS, Wyo. — At least three people died and dozens were injured in a pileup involving more than 100 vehicles, many of them tractor-trailers, amid blowing snow that closed part of Interstate 80 in Wyoming, officials said March 2.March 2, 2020
The Wyoming Department of Transportation is preparing to test connected vehicle technology in trucks and government vehicles along Interstate 80 to reduce the number of accidents that occur during the state’s treacherous winter months.
WASHINGTON — For the second time this year, Wyoming’s top transportation officer told senators on the Environment and Public Works Committee that infrastructure projects backed primarily by private funding are not ideal for rural states.