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Highway patching scheduled to begin next week in Big Horn County

Date: 05/21/2013 

10:38

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Friday, May 17, 2013

Highway patching scheduled to begin next week in Big Horn County
 

A $2.6 million Northwest Wyoming highway patching operation is scheduled to begin next week on U.S. 14A between Oasis Junction and Byron, according to Ben Steed, Wyoming Department of Transportation resident engineer in Basin.

After the work between Oasis Junction and Byron, prime contractor Mountain Construction Co., of Lovell is then scheduled to move its operation to other work in Big Horn County.

Highway patching is scheduled on U.S. 14A between Lovell and Byron, U.S. 310/Wyoming 789 between Greybull and Lovell, and on Wyoming 32 between Lovell and Emblem.

"This work is scheduled to take approximately 2-3 weeks, and motorists should expect delays," Steed said. "The contractor is then scheduled for highway patching on Wyoming 296 (Chief Joseph Scenic Highway) and Wyoming 120 between Cody and Meeteetse."

Steed said the contractor is scheduled for highway patching in Washakie and Fremont counties "later in the summer."

Project contact for the contract highway patching operation is WYDOT Resident  Engineer Ben Steed.

MEDIA: For questions about this news release, contact WYDOT District 5 Public Relations Specialist Cody Beers.

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