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Phase II Of Pathway Project Approved

August 14, 2013 Jackson Hole, State of Wyoming, Teton County No Comments
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Work began this spring on the first of the two segments of the WY 22 Pathway project, and as that continues to progress, the Board of County Commissioners last week approved the second portion, or West Segment of the project which is an underpass beneath Highway 390.   The West Segment begins at the Stilson Lot, crosses Wyoming Highway 390 via an underpass, crosses the Snake River via a separated pathway bridge and concludes at Iron Rock Road, just east of the Emily’s Pond entrance.  With Monday’s approval of the WY390 underpass, Pathways Coordinator Brian Schilling says construction on Phase II is scheduled to begin this fall, when ground-water considerations will be less of a concern. Meanwhile, Schilling says phase I construction work is taking place this summer with Phase II construction scheduled for summer 2014.

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