Friends of Pathways

Friends of Pathways: Promoting a complete pathways system, safer streets and great trails for Jackson Hole

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Project: Path22 Project

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The WY22 Pathway is considered the primary missing link in the Town of Jackson/Teton County Pathways system and the top priority for the Jackson Hole Community Pathways program. In 2008, voters approved $6 million in Specific Purpose Excise Tax (SPET) funding for the project and in 2012 they approved the final $3.4 million, specifically to include "the acquisition oaf land and/or easements, and for the cost of planning, engineering, and construction of a pathway from the Stilson Transit Center at the intersection of Hwy 390 and Hwy 22 to the "Y" intersection of Hwy 22 and Hwy 189 (Broadway).  Construction of Path22 is currently in progress.  

Read weeekly updates about the project on Teton County's Website or check the Path22 facebook page.

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