3 Blog Posts From the WYOMING Tag


Cheyenne corrects an error

Since I call out crooked local politicians for ignoring the law and running illegal speed traps or otherwise violating traffic control rules, I thought I’d point out an example of an error being corrected. In 2004 Cheyenne, Wyoming passed a law — ordinance 3612 — setting the speed limit within city limits to 25. That […]

Our big fear is drivers obeying the law

Last week in Wyoming a new law went into effect increasing the speed limit on most two lane state highways to 70. This week, WYDOT revealed the agency’s “big fear”: people might start driving 70 before crews had changed signs to match the new speed limit. This is a ridiculous statement. The requirement that WYDOT […]

Speed limit roundup, March 2016

There’s a good amount of speed limit legislative activity this year. Here’s a summary of the major changes and failures to change. I’ll go from east to west. A New Jersey politician wants to raise the speed limit to 70 or 75. The police union responded maybe 70 on a few roads would be OK. […]