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Snake River Bridge at WY 22 Project

Construction update information

The project will start with installation of a new pedestrian underpass and minor work on the Jackson Hole Community Pathway, followed by reconstruction of the bridge.

The informal parking area southwest of the bridge, which has been utilized as a parking area for those wishing to access the levy area, is closed. A new pedestrian access from the boat ramp and under the new bridge to the levy will be available upon work completion.

Scroll down for more details on the construction schedule.

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Public meetings

WYDOT hosted a public open house on May 24th, 2023

WYDOT hosted a public open house about what to expect during construction of the Wilson Snake River Bridge on WYO 22 and the WYO 390 intersection this summer and next.

You can download a copy of the presentation here:
Snake River Bridge Replacement390/22 Intersection Public Meeting
Snake River Bridge Replacement390/22 Intersection Public Meeting (Spanish)

About this project

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) is making improvements to Wyoming State Highway 22 (WY 22) between Jackson and Wilson in Teton County. The existing Snake River Bridge will be replaced with a four-lane bridge with a new pedestrian underpass west of the river. Because the WY 22/390 intersection is located very close to the bridge, it will be reconfigured to improve traffic flow. To improve safety, the project also includes installation of three wildlife crossings near the intersection, as well as wildlife fencing, wildlife jump outs, and cattle guards.

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