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GTNP Outlines Road Construction

June 4, 2012 Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole No Comments
GTNP Construction

Road and facility construction projects have gotten underway at various locations in Grand Teton National Park and the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway now and are resulting in minor traffic delays.   Park Spokesperson Jackie Skaggs says among  the first of those projects are the realignment of a boat launch area and the sealing of pavement on the Teton park Road.  She says the boat launch and parking area at Moose is being reconfigured and signs will direct users through the project.  Meanwhile she says the Teton Park Road and Jenny Lake Road will be receiving a micro-seal causing some delays while parking areas will be closed near Taggart Lake and String Lake.  Skaggs says a larger project will be taking place between Jackson Lake Lodge and Huckleberry Hill which will involve up to 30 minute delays there.  At the same time, the Gros Ventre Road near Slide Lake will have up to 15-minute delays from early July until mid August for asphalt paving repairs. Travelers are advised to call the road conditions line at 739-3614, or stop by one of the park visitor centers for current and specific information

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