Railroads: Interstate Lines: Union Pacific R.R. (UP); Laramie, North Park & Western R.R. (LNP&W); Chicago & North Western Ry. (Northwestern); Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R.R. ( Burlington); Colorado & Southern (C&S) (see Transportation Map).
Bus Lines: Interstate Lines: Black Hills Transportation Co., Burlington Transportation Co., Motor Transit Co., Interstate Transit Lines, Wood & Lair, Teton Transportation Co. ( Moran-Victor, Idaho via Jackson), Comet Motor Express Co., Inc. ( Dixon-Craig, Colo. via Baggs). Intrastate Lines: Salt Creek Transportation Co. ( Casper- Sheridan), Hays-Robinson Transportation Co. ( Casper-Lander), J. V. Rains ( Rock Springs-Pinedale-Jackson), Yellowstone Park Lines ( Cody- Yellowstone Park-Moran), Thomas Delgado ( Rock Springs-Winton- Dines-Reliance), Rock Springs-Superior Stage Line ( Rock Springs- Superior), W. H. Lewis ( Rock Springs-Moran), Wyoming Motor Way Co. ( Rawlins-Bairoil-Alcova-Casper), Gore & Young (Kemmerer- Gomer Coal Mine).
Airlines: United Air Lines to New York City, Salt Lake City, Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Denver; Inland Air Lines ( Great Falls, Mont., Lewiston, Mont., Sheridan-Casper-Cheyenne and Scottsbluff, Neb., Rapid City, S.D.-Spearfish-Pierre, Huron). Airports: Cheyenne, Casper, Sheridan, Rock Springs, Laramie; emergency fields along commercial airlines (see Transportation Map).
Highways: Wyoming has 25,161 miles of highways open to travel, of which 4,352 miles are improved. Gasoline tax 5¢ (for highway routes see State Map).
Motor Vehicle Laws (digest): 60 m.p.h. maximum speed on open highways; 20 m.p.h. in business districts; 20 m.p.h. in school zones; 30