Weigh station sensor replacement will mean delays on Teton Pass

JACKSON, Wyo. – Mark these two dates down on your calendar if you do the commute thing to or from Teton Valley.

On June 23-24 the Wyoming Department of Transportation will be changing out roadway sensors for the weigh-in-motion on WYO 22. The work will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on each day. The sensors are located at roughly milepost 17.

Crews will have the road reduced to one-lane, with alternating traffic. Motorists will be flagged through the work zone in alternating directions. WYDOT is anticipating delays of up to 15 minutes, but those times could increase with traffic congestion.

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