(Dubois, Wyo.) – The Wyoming Department of Transportation is inviting the public to attend a ribbon-cutting
The celebration will include an appearance by Roamin’ Wyomin’, the Togwotee project’s construction cowboy spokesperson, a color guard of Dubois Boy Scouts, entertainment by the Dubois School Band, and refreshments, and of course, cutting of the red ribbon on U.S. 26-287.
“After a lot of hard work and dedication, we are excited to have the Togwotee Trail open,” said Kaia Tharp, Wyoming Department of Transportation project engineer in Dubois. “We really appreciate the support the Fremont County and Teton County communities have given us, and we hope you will come help us celebrate.”
Final paving of the Rosie’s Ridge section of the Togwotee projects was finished on Sept. 22. This milestone marked the completion of paving throughout the 38-mile highway improvement project.
The grand opening of the road over Togwotee Pass, built as a southern route to Yellowstone National Park, was held Aug. 21, 1921.