JACKSON, Wyo. \u2014 The run from town to Wilson is no picnic. WYO22 is often touted as the busiest two-lane in the state. Spend a summer afternoon taking in lunch at Street Food at the Coach and it is impossible to escape the acrid odor of brake pads burning away off descending RVs. But this community has an opportunity to make it better. Teton County, in partnership with the Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT), the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and the community of Wilson, is seeking input from the public during a virtual open house focused on improving safety for motorists and non-motorist in Wilson, and on Highway 22. The Wilson Multimodal Corridor Study Project will look at developing a long-range transportation plan that will accommodate motorists, transit users, bicyclists, and pedestrians in a manner that fits within the desired character of the community, from approximately Wenzel Lane to Elliott Cemetery Road. The transportation plan will consider a variety of improvements, such as vehicular capacity and safety, access management, pathway development, safe routes to school, pedestrian crossings, and corridor aesthetics. Members of the community can help the planning team identify and craft potential transportation improvements on Wyoming Highway 22, in and around Wilson, during a virtual open house that will be available online from Thursday, September 24 through Thursday, October 8. The public will have access to a series of graphics that describe potential alternatives with the opportunity to provide feedback on each design. Everyone who cares at all about this important community planning process is encouraged to visit the Wilson Multimodal Study website to learn more about the project and to provide feedback on the best solutions for improving multi-modal transportation in the Wilson area by October 8, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. (MT). The Wilson Multimodal Corridor Study Project was approved by the Teton County Board of County Commissioners in April 2019.