State Route 12 in Wyoming
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State Route 12, also known as WYO 12 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms an east-west route in the countryside west of Laramie and is 20 kilometers long.
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WYO 12 begins at a ranch at a junction with county road 57. Both roads are unpaved at this point. After a few kilometers the asphalt starts. The road heads southeast, there is no place on the route, but there is a connection to Interstate 80. WYO 12 ends west of the town of Laramie at WYO 130.
WYO 12 has hardly any importance, only unlocking a few ranches. It is unclear what the purpose of this road is as a state highway.
About 120 vehicles use WYO 12 every day.
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State Route 13 in Wyoming
State Route 13, also known as WYO 13 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms a 29-kilometer connection between Interstate 80 and Rock River.
WYO 13 begins on the north side of the Snowy Range at a junction with Interstate 80 in the hamlet of Arlington. The road heads northeast and follows a small river across the steppe to Rock River, where WYO 13 ends at US 287.
Not much is known about the history of WYO 13. The road is primarily a link between I-80 and the village of Rock River, so westbound traffic doesn’t have to reroute on US 30.
200 to 300 vehicles use WYO 13 every day.
State Route 130 in Wyoming
State Route 130, also known as WYO 130 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms an east-west route through the Snowy Range, from Walcott to Laramie. WYO 130 is 159 kilometers long.
Landscape through the Snowy Range.
WYO 130 begins near the village of Wolcott on a junction with Interstate 80. The road leads south from Wolcott for about 50 kilometers through a fairly flat area and passes through the village of Saratoga. WYO 230 exits south of Saratoga. The road then turns east and enters the Snowy Range. The road rises here from 2,100 to more than 3,200 meters. The road leads through a spectacular mountain area with lakes and cliffs around the 3,661 meter high Medicine Bow Peak. The road goes over the Snowy Range Pass(3,315m). This route is considered one of the most beautiful in Wyoming. Then one descends to the village of Centennial, which lies at an altitude of 2,400 meters. To the east, the terrain is flatter and the road crosses the steppe to the university town of Laramie, where WYO 130 ends again at WYO 230.
The road originally ran only from Saratoga to Laramie over the Snowy Range Pass. The road was later extended north to Wolcott. The road is not kept open in the winter, requiring traffic to detour via I-80 or US 30 north or WYO 230 south, passing through the state of Colorado.
1,200 vehicles travel daily between Wolcott and Saratoga and 500 vehicles across the Snowy Range Pass. This rises to 1,200 vehicles at Laramie Airport.
State Route 132 in Wyoming
State Route 132, also known as WYO 132 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms a north-south route between Lander and Kinnear in the center of the state and is 28 kilometers long.
WYO 132 links US 287 northwest of Lander and US 26 near Kinnear. The only hamlet directly on the route is Ethete. The road leads through an alternation of small irrigated river valleys and desert landscape. The height differences are quite small.
WYO 132’s primary role is to connect several farming communities on the Wind River’s tributaries. It is also a link between US 287 and US 26, but its throughput is minor.
Every day, 1,000 to 2,500 vehicles use the road, relatively many by Wyoming terms of a secondary road.
State Route 134 in Wyoming
State Route 134, also known as WYO 134 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms an east-west route between Pavillion and US 26 in the center of the state. WYO 134 is 39 kilometers long.
The road forms an east-west route through agricultural land along a tributary of the Wind River. The road begins just south of the village of Pavillion on WYO 133 and ends well west of Soshoni on US 26. The road leads right past Ocean Lake.
WYO 134 is primarily responsible for opening up agricultural areas in this part of Wyoming. The road has little importance for through traffic, other than traffic with a destination or origin in the village of Pavillion.
Every day, 500 to 700 vehicles use WYO 134.