September 18, 2009
Minor repair work will be underway on the Snake River Bridge
at Moose, in Grand Teton National Park, beginning Monday, September 21. This project will require one-lane closures and traffic delays of up to 15 minutes while crews repari and paint portions of the bridge and its steel railings and girders. The work will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Monday through Saturday, and continue until mid-October.
Local residents, park visitors and commercial services drivers should plan for minimal travel delays between Dornan’s and the Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center.
Flaggers will manage the traffic flow and make every attempt to minimize any inconvenience that this bridge work may cause; however, motorists are advised to allow for extra time in getting to their destination.
In order to reduce congestion and improve safety, parking near the Snake River Bridge will not be permitted while construction work is underway.