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.
The deadline for submitting draft State Transportation Improvement Program comments is Sept. 1.
Source: Oil City News