Forest plans road maintenance

The Jackson and Blackrock Ranger districts of the Bridger-Teton National Forest have planned roadside clearing of vegetation in four areas. Beginning today, work will begin on Four Mile Road on the Blackrock District followed by the Shadow Mountain Loop and Mosquito Creek on the Jackson District. Each location is planned to be completed in four to six days, and there will be no road closures. This maintenance is intended to improve the safety of these roads by increasing sight lines around corners, allowing more sunlight to hit the road surface to improve drying, and provide improved pullout opportunities along the road edge for safer passage.

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