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Pathway “missing link” soon to be bridged

A critical “missing link” between the east and west sides of the Snake River in Jackson Hole will no longer be missed early next year when construction on a new pathway bridge is completed. The bridge, just north of the existing Highway 22 bridge, eventually will connect a pathway network in and around the TownRead more

People-Powered Movement

Wyoming Pathways is a statewide, nonprofit organization. It is dedicated to enhancing trails, pathways, and streets to better serve residents and visitors who choose or would like to choose “people-powered” modes of transportation and recreation. We envision a future where every person living in Wyoming has easy access to bicycling and walking opportunities. We hopeRead more

Public Policy and Safety Enhancements

Excellent public policy and infrastructure plans are crucial to create more livable communities and improve bicycling and walking safety. During the next two years Wyoming Pathways will engage in select planning and policy efforts at the state and federal level to benefit active transportation and recreation. Wyoming Pathways will engage key state agencies, including theRead more

Great Trails Wyoming

Trails are an integral part of Wyoming’s history, from the first Native American trails to the Oregon Trail, the movement of people around the state has depended on trails. While the automobile replaced the horse and foot modes for modern transportation, recreational trails remain an incredibly important component of Wyoming’s basic infrastructure. Today, well-designed trailRead more