Mike Koshmrl | Jackson Hole News & Guide
Editor's note: Traffic has increased on this road at the same time that wildlife traffic — especially grizzly bears — have increased as well. A one-way road is worthy of consideration.
If the Moose-Wilson Road ever becomes a one-way route, it won’t be next summer, Grand Teton National Park officials said Monday.
A 2.8-mile stretch of the narrow, winding road, which connects Teton Village to Moose, was tentatively slated to close to southbound traffic beginning in 2013. The plan, intended to cut traffic and improve visitor experiences, was opposed by Teton County commissioners and a number of prominent Jackson Hole organizations.
Park Superintendent Mary Gibson-Scott began consulting with community leaders two weeks ago and received mixed feedback, Grand Teton spokewoman Jenny Anzelmo-Sarles said.
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