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Public Relations Specialist

Phone: (307) ***-****  
Email: c***@***.us
Local Address:  Wyoming , United States
Wyoming Department of Transportation
The Wyoming Road Report / Width Restrictions 5300 Bishop Blvd.
Cheyenne , Wyoming 82009
United States

Company Description: Welcome to WYOROAD / Wyoming Department of Transportation - WYDOT

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Cody Beers, a spokesman for ..., 1 Jan 2014 [cached]
Cody Beers, a spokesman for the Wyoming Department of Transportation, said his agency has long been an advocate for proper seat belt use.
But he said it can be difficult to get the message across to a population that places a big emphasis on individual freedom.
"You can survive a fatal crash, the type of crash that would result in a fatality, by buckling your seat belt because your vehicle is engineered to give you room to live," Beers said. "But Wyoming has more of a frontier attitude toward buckling seat belts.
"Wyoming residents hold the idea of the ability to choose as one of their biggest rights, and they don't want people like me and the government telling them to buckle up."
That said, both Wagener and Beers believe more people are wearing seat belts now than five or 10 years ago, in part because older drivers are being replaced by younger motorists who grew up in an era of child safety restraints.
"We're raising generations of people now who were in car seats and take less risky behaviors than we did when we were kids," Beers said.
Powell Tribune: Sports, 15 Aug 2014 [cached]
Berneice Clark, 92, of Cody, died at West Park Hospital on Jan. 27, 2014.
A pair of semis collided head-on at 12:47 p.m., according to Cody Beers, Wyoming Department of Transportation public involvement specialist.
One of the vehicles was carrying oil, Beers said, and there was an explosion and fire.
The section of US 287 between Muddy Gap and Rawlins is closed for an indefinite period, Beers said.
Cody Beers ..., 19 Sept 2014 [cached]
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Wyoming Dept. of Transportation Public Relations Specialist Cody Beers said Tuesday that Wilson Brothers Construction has about three weeks of excavation and pipe replacement to go, currently digging between Idaho and Jersey and working west to Hampshire.
After last week's cold snap, the weather has been perfect this week, Beers said, and is forecast to remain good for some time to come. He said the goal is to fairly quickly move the east detour to Jersey Avenue to free up the Western Motel, 4 Corners Bar and Maverik convenience store to Main Street traffic.
Once the detour reaches Jersey, it will stay at Jersey for the duration of the project, Beers said, with no more businesses affected. He also noted that some businesses the length of Main Street will be affected by the project one more time when the crew arrives to grind the surface of Main Street. That process will be relatively brief, he said.
"Our goal still is to get everything done this year," Beers said.
"It takes a nice, smooth surface and exposes the rocks," Beers added.
Sand is OK to use, Beers said.
"We're looking at mid-June for hard ..., 30 May 2014 [cached]
"We're looking at mid-June for hard closures," said Wyoming Dept. of Transportation Public Relations Specialist Cody Beers following the meeting.
Work is wrapping up on the west end of Main, with traffic switching to the south lanes in recent days and work to replace curb and gutter removed as part of widening the westbound lanes commencing this week. Final concrete work in the westbound lanes will also be done.
The west end work will wrap up in "1½ to two weeks, depending on the concrete," Beers said.
Water and sewer work is also continuing on the east end of Main and will soon reach the intersection of Pennsylvania and Main. Once work at that intersection is completed, the block-by-block, leap-frogging phase II of the project will begin. The Pennsylvania intersection will be needed to divert traffic one block to the north.
Beers noted that Kim Wilson of Wilson Brothers Construction complimented the Lovell Police Department for help with slowing drivers in the construction zones.
Beers said construction officials are concerned about an incident over the weekend during which traffic control cones were moved to direct traffic to a side street.
"If people are caught it would be a $750 fine and a heavy-duty liability for messing with traffic control if a crash occurs," Beers said. "The cones are maintained 24/7 and we're getting increased help from the Lovell Police Dept. to keep an eye on it."
Beers also noted that, starting this weekend, Wilson Brothers will begin working every other weekend.
All of the cuts are within ..., 8 May 2014 [cached]
All of the cuts are within the State right-of-way, WyDOT Public Affairs Specialist Cody Beers said.
"It's the right thing to do," Beers said, noting that in the past two trucks couldn't navigate the corner side-by-side moving east to west. "We're going to fix it and make it right. It will enhance driver safety in the future."
Beers said the Wyoming Dept. of Transportation has verbally approved the change to the street project, which will be taken care of under the WyDOT portion of the project. The cost of the fix is $33,000, Beers said.
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