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Isa Lake Bridge To Be Reconstructed

March 18, 2013 Greater Yellowstone, State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
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The National Park Service is seeking public comment on a plan to reconstruct the Isa Lake Bridge in its existing location at Craig Pass between the West Thumb and Old Faithful areas in Yellowstone.  The plan would address the deteriorated condition of a timber bridge over the lily-littered pond was constructed in 1942. During reconstruction, the plan calls for the road to remain open via a temporary bridge spanning Isa Lake.  Additional aspects of the plan include repairs to the existing parking area and pullouts, while the existing kiosk; and safety concerns would be addressed.   The project would begin in the spring of 2014 dependent upon funding availability.  The plan may be reviewed online, or interested people can request a copy of the plan by calling 307-344-2661.

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