Possible traffic delays at Boulder Bridge on New Fork River

SUBLETTE COUNTY, Wyo. — A badly eroding road accessing New Fork River in the Winds will get some much-needed repair but the work could delay traffic in the area.

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is informing anglers and boaters that there may be temporary traffic delays at the Boulder Bridge Public Access Area on the New Fork River south of Pinedale between August 15 and October 1, 2020.

Sublette County is planning a construction project on Paradise Road near Boulder to repair road and guardrail damage due to bank erosion on the New Fork River. The work may cause temporary access delays to the boat ramp while concrete is being poured at the access entrance. However, it is planned to provide at least one lane of traffic access during the project.

Other temporary delays may be caused by heavy equipment working on the Paradise Road. The boat ramp will remain functional during construction. Alternative public parking may need to be provided at the nearby Bureau of Land Management access on the Paradise Road.

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