Wyoming DOT Announces Upcoming Infrastructure Projects

Aug. 2, 2023
Proposed improvement projects extend to 2029.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) recently announced its projects slated to be undertaken in Natrona County in the coming years, and is currently asking for public comments on them.

A handful of 2023 projects are already underway, such as the reconstruction and bridge replacement along Interstate 25 between McKinley Street and the F Street hill. Other 2023 projects are the milling, overlay and bridge replacement between mileposts 219 and 227 along I-25, the bridge replacement and intersection improvements along Walsh Drive on I-25, and the Poplar Street reconstruction between Collins Drive and Yellowstone along Wyoming 220.

Projects slated for 2024 include microsurfacing between mileposts 227.12 and 234.85 along I-25 as well as milling, pavement inlay and repairs to curbs, gutters and sidewalks at CY Avenue and Wyoming Boulevard.

In 2025, projects include the rehabilitation of southbound lanes along I-25 between mileposts 244 and 253; milling and overlay of roughly 12 miles of US 287; chip sealing and overlay work along Wyoming 387; and bridge repairs at multiple places in the county, such as Blackmore Road and Casper Canal.

A full schedule of the proposed projects, which extend to 2029, can be viewed online. The public is welcome to submit comments on any of WYDOT's planned infrastructure improvement plans here

The deadline for submitting draft State Transportation Improvement Program comments is Sept. 1.


Source: Oil City News

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