The primary purpose of the Wyoming State Highway 22 and Wyoming State Highway 390 Planning and Environmental Linkages Study (PEL) is to develop a vision for the corridor. This corridor vision will help guide the identification and implementation of future improvement projects. The study will define the transportation needs of the existing highways, and develop a set of potential alternatives or solutions to address these needs. An outcome of the study also will be the identification of near-term improvements for specific needs that are compatible with the long-term vision for the corridor.
Further information is available on the Study Documents page.
The Youtube video below provides additional detail regarding the intent of the study and the transportation challenges along WYO 22 and WYO 390.
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) are working cooperatively on this study. Teton County and the Town of Jackson are cooperating agencies.
Participation from local agencies will be conducted with a Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC). The TAC includes representatives from the Town of Jackson, Teton County, Jackson Hole Community Pathways, START, and WyDOT. As the PEL study progresses, decisions at major milestones will be made in consultation with the TAC.
Participation of the public is welcome. Please visit our Public and Stakeholder page.