The Wyoming Department of Transportation will be working on US 30 between Cokeville and the Idaho State Line beginning in July. Work will include milling and concrete paving. The project was awarded to Concrete Works of Colorado for $7,812,063.
During construction, US 30 will be reduced to one lane, with the assistance traffic signals and pilot cars. Crews will work on two and a half mile sections at a time. Portable traffic lights will be in use 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Motorists and local residents are encouraged to plan accordingly for the travel delays and disruptions.
The work will begin the first part of July and Concrete Works of Colorado will continue with similar traffic control areas through August and September.
“Every effort will be made by WYDOT and Concrete Works of Colorado to minimize delays for the traveling public while ensuring safe and speedy completion of the project,” Resident Engineer Jennifer Hoffman said.