Wyoming Department of Transportation

Bridge rehabilitation work in Casper area to be funded with 10-cent fuel tax money

Cheyenne’s Reiman Corp. was the low bidder at $1.95 million to complete rehabilitation work on three bridges in Natrona County. The US 20 bridges over Casper Creek and the abandoned C&NW Railroad tracks in Mills will get a new layer of concrete pavement and other repairs. The F Street Bridge over the Platte River in Casper will get a new expansion joint. The work will be paid for with revenue from...

US 310 paving made possible by increased fuel tax revenue

Lovell’s Mountain Construction Co. was awarded a $1.4 million contract to add a new layer of pavement to 4.5 miles of US 310 north from the Little Dry Creek Bridge about 7 miles northwest of Greybull. The work will be funded with 10-cent fuel tax revenue and is scheduled to be done by Oct. 31, 2016.

WYO 170 improvements planned in 2016

Mountain Construction Co. of Lovell was the lowest bidder at $1.6 million for chip sealing work, and guardrail and cattle guard replacement on 5.67 miles on WYO 170, Hamilton Dome Road, west of Thermopolis in Hot Springs County. The work will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase and is scheduled to be finished on Oct. 31, 2016.

US 85 pavement preservation work planned

Simon Contractors of Cheyenne won an $862,000 contract for chip sealing work on US 85. WYDOT will complete 10 miles of work in various locations on US 85 from the Laramie/Goshen County line to the railroad tracks in Torrington. The agency will also complete the work in various locations in the town of LaGrange. The work will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase and is scheduled...

US 16 microsurfacing contract awarded

Intermountain Slurry Seal of Watsonville, Calif. was the low bidder at $585,000 for microsurfacing work on 6.92 miles on US 16 starting at Osage and heading west toward Upton. WYDOT uses microsurfacing, which is typically a mix of oil and sand, to seal cracks and provide friction to a road. Motorists should expect some delays. The work will be paid for with revenue from the 10-cent fuel tax increase...