WY 22 Corridor Project

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration, in cooperation with the Town of Jackson and Teton County, have initiated an environmental and design project on WY 22. The WY 22 Corridor Project extends from the Y intersection at Broadway Avenue in Jackson west through Wilson and south to South Park Loop/Boyles Hill Road.

WYDOT met with Teton County Commission, gathering public input

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) met with the Teton County Commission on August 7 to share information on local roadway projects. The workshop was broadcast via video at:

For those unable to attend the workshop, the information presented will also be available on WYDOT’s website at www.dot.state.wy.us/STIP. The public can also provide comments for inclusion by clicking the “STIP Public Comment Map” link on the right under “Navigate”.

Topics for the meeting will include:

  • Program overview
  • Information on funding
  • Timeline of the process
  • Local projects

More about the Program
The STIP is a six-year program approved by the transportation commission. It provides a snapshot of existing and expected projects and their schedules and is continually updated. The current STIP is for the years 2023-2029 and represents the planned construction, preliminary engineering, and right of way costs of each project. The program also indicates the share of federal funding, state funding and other funding sources for each project. WYDOT pledges to do its best to adhere to this program and to serve the public interest through these projects.


WYDOT held two open house style public meetings on June 14th and 15th. If you were unable to attend or would like to revisit the information from the meeting, WYDOT is also hosting a self-guided virtual open house that includes all the information from the in-person meetings. Visit the virtual meeting to learn about the project, and find out about next steps and project schedule. The online meeting can be accessed 24/7.


Sign-up here for project updates.

    WY 22 Corridor Press Release

    WY 22 Corridor Improvements


    The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) and the Federal Highway Administration, in cooperation with the Town of Jackson and Teton County, are in the early phases of environmental analysis and design of improvements to the WY 22 corridor. This project will also include input from the public and other federal, state, and local agencies.


    A corridor analysis including environmental and design for WY 22 from the Y-intersection with Broadway Avenue through Wilson

    This project involves identifying transportation needs and improvements to WY 22 and analyzing associated impacts by working with stakeholders and the public.


    Consider transportation needs and solutions for the WY 22 corridor.

    Previous WYDOT and local studies have identified the need for safety and mobility improvements in the corridor. Congestion severely impacts the ability of residents and visitors, as well as emergency service providers, to safely and efficiently reach desired destinations within the corridor and beyond. The corridor experiences a high number of animal-vehicle collisions. Jackson’s and Teton County’s transportation planning efforts have underscored the need for travel redundancy in the areas accessed by WY 22.


    With input from stakeholders, advisory teams, technical experts, and you!

    WYDOT wants to hear from stakeholders and members of the public. To get involved, sign up for updates and attend meetings.


    The WY 22 Corridor Project extends from the WY 22/SH 191 intersection in the Town of Jackson for approximately 6 miles, through Wilson.

    WY22 Study Area Map


    WYDOT is in the early phase of project development, which includes initiating environmental analysis and engaging the public, and other agencies as appropriate. Results of this early phase will be used to shape and inform a future National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process.

    Planning Process

    1. Initiate Study
    2. Conduct Scoping
    3. Define and Evaluate Alternatives
    4. Prepare NEPA documents
    5. Circulate NEPA Document for Review
    6. Prepare Final Decision Document

    There will be multiple opportunities for the public to provide input on the project.