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Move Over law adds highway workers

CHEYENNE - Motorists will soon have to move over for maintenance, construction and utilities workers and vehicles when traveling on Wyoming's interstates and highways.

 

April 24, 2018

COURTESY/WYDOT

COURTESY/WYDOT The new Move Over law, which goes into effect July 1, will include road and utility works working along the roadway in addition to emergency vehicles that are already in the law.

CHEYENNE - Motorists will soon have to move over for maintenance, construction and utilities workers and vehicles when traveling on Wyoming's interstates and highways.

Starting July 1, 2018, Wyoming's Move Over law will now include those workers in addition to emergency responders such as the Wyoming Highway Patrol. The state Legislature approved the changes to the Move Over law during this past legislative session.

"The Move Over bill is an important piece of legislation that will help protect our maintenance, construction and utility crews that work alongside Wyoming's highways," said Gre...



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