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Bridge Construction Begins

March 7, 2013 Jackson Hole, Teton County, Town of Jackson No Comments
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Jackson Hole Community Pathways says Cannon Builders Inc., will begin constructing the Snake River pathway bridge this week. Crews and equipment are arriving at the construction staging area at Emily’s Pond from where the construction of the westerly segment of the project is to be based. The pathway bridge is the first segment of the Path 22 project that will, upon completion, connect the west bank of the Snake River to the Town of Jackson via a separated, non-motorized pathway. Town and County officials say the area will remain open, under its current uses, with brief closures possible. The project schedule predicts completion of this first portion of the Pathway, the segment from the Stilson parking area, crossing the Snake River to the area immediately east of the Emily’s Pond area by the end of the calendar year.

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