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WYDOT launches public input opportunity for Big Horn Y Intersection study

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Seeking public feedback, the Wyoming Department of Transportation has launched an online, self-guided input tool to share information and gather input from the public regarding the Big Horn Y Intersection near Sheridan.

The Big Horn Y Intersection is located south of Sheridan and is often used by residents and visitors commuting to and from outlying communities.

According to WYDOT, the study will include a detailed analysis of the intersection and provide recommendations for the improvement of traffic mobility, safety, and operations. The public is invited to provide input to be considered as part of the study. The project team is interested in challenges and opportunities related to traffic volumes, operations, and road conditions. 

The public can participate in this study using the online tool through April 30, 2024.

For questions or to request a physical copy of the survey questions, please contact Laura Dalles at or 307-674-2356.

Find the self-guided tool and give public feedback by clicking here.

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    Pat Sanburn

    April 4, 2024 at 8:24 am

    The traffic needs to be slowed more before they get to the Y. The 55 mph areas need to be changed to 45 at the most at the Y..the loaded trucks are totally not able to stop if there was need. A stop sign on the Story leg would be very helpful to keep traffic from screaming thru and causing an extreme hazard on traffic exiting Maverick Lane.

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