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Natrona County: Robertson Road work begins Aug. 4

Natrona County: Robertson Road work begins Aug. 4

Date: 07/29/2014 

The reconstruction of a large portion of Robertson Road in western Casper and Natrona County will begin Monday, Aug. 4. Robertson Road, from Poison Spider Road south to the Green Valley Village, will be reconstructed to include a new roadway, curb and gutter, 4-foot shoulders, a box culvert and improved drainage. The work is expected to last until mid-December and will result in travel restrictions within the project area. During construction, access to Robertson Road will primarily be from WYO 220. Through-traffic will not be permitted. On Aug. 4, crews with Andreen Hunt will remove old snow fence...

Commission awards $35.5 million in contracts for highway work

Commission awards $35.5 million in contracts for highway work

Date: 07/28/2014 

Contracts totaling $35.5 million for seven highway projects around the state were awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its July teleconference meeting. McGarvin-Moberly Construction of Worland won the largest of the contracts with a low bid of $12.2 million for milling off deteriorating pavement and replacing it with new pavement on 12 miles of the westbound lanes of Interstate 80 just east of Wamsutter. The contract completion date is Sept. 30, 2015. McGarvin-Moberly also won a $7.3 million contract to remove deteriorating pavement and lay down new pavement on nearly 7 miles...

Lewis Street Bridge Construction Update March 20, 2014

Lewis Street Bridge Construction Update March 20, 2014

Date: 03/21/2014 

                                                                                                  For Immediate Release March 20, 2014 Lewis Street Bridge Construction Update March 20, 2014 The contractor Reiman Corp from Cheyenne WY continues working on the Lewis Street project.  They continue working on the Bridge and the streets in the vicinity of the bridge, Lewis Street, Marion Street, Dow Street and Alger Street.     The contractor continues working on the Lewis Street bridge over Big Goose Creek and traffic continues to be narrowed to one lane alternating traffic controlled with a flagging...

Seat belt use saves Lander man in Wyoming 789 crash

Seat belt use saves Lander man in Wyoming 789 crash

Date: 01/07/2014 

January 6, 2014   FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Seat belt use saves Lander man in Wyoming 789 crash   John Keller has worn his seat belt since before it was mandated by state law, and his dedication paid off Christmas Eve when he lost control on an icy Wyoming 789 and his vehicle flew 39 feet off the roadway and landed on its top.   The Lander man is a seat belt survivor.   Keller, 75, was driving his 2006 Nissan pickup south of Lander when the crash occurred about 8:40 a.m. on Dec. 24.   "I wear my seat belt because it is safe," Keller said. "I was driving down the highway, and my truck left the driving...

Slow down and prevent wildlife-vehicle collisions

Slow down and prevent wildlife-vehicle collisions

Date: 11/12/2013 

Slow down and prevent wildlife-vehicle collisions Hundreds of big game animals are killed in collisions with vehicles every year in Wyoming. There are many "hot spots" for animal-vehicle collisions throughout central and northwest Wyoming. Some of these areas include Wyoming 28 between Lander and South Pass, Wyoming 131 (Sinks Canyon Road) south of Lander, U.S. 26 west of Riverton, U.S. 26/287 between Diversion Dam and Dubois, U.S. 20/Wyoming 789 between Wind River Canyon and Kirby, U.S. 16-20 between Basin and Greybull, Wyoming 120 near Thermopolis, U.S. 14A between Cody and Powell, and U.S. 14-16-20...

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