Yellowstone Park vehicle traffic nearing capacity

Yellowstone Park vehicle traffic nearing capacityCHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Sometime within the next four to six years, Yellowstone National Park is expected to reach its capacity for being able to handle all the vehicles that tourists drive through the park to see sights like Old Faithful, wild wolves and grizzly bears and spectacular scenery.


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