Teton County and the Town of Jackson are continuing work throughout the fall on the WY22 Pathway Project between Stilson Ranch and the Town of Jackson. Construction of the Snake River Pathway Bridge is continuing through at least November, with a possible winter shutdown after the structural bridge components are in place. Jackson/Teton County Pathways Coordinator Brian Schilling says the concrete deck and pedestrian railing will be installed in the late spring or early summer of 2014 as soon as weather and river conditions allow. The Highway 390 pedestrian underpass is expected to start this week, following final construction plan reviews by the Wyoming Department of Transportation. The construction will install an 80 foot-long concrete culvert underneath Moose-Wilson Road approximately 450 feet north of the intersection with Highway 22, and connect the existing pathways at Stilson Ranch to the future pathway that will extend through the new Rendezvous Park.