Wyoming Department of Transportation

Honor Farm/Country Acres lighting project to begin

Date: 08/02/2010 


Thursday, July 8, 2010
Honor Farm/Country Acres lighting project to begin
A $905,000 highway safety and lighting project is slated to begin next week on U.S. 26/Wyoming 789, north of Riverton, according to Robert Scheidemantel, Wyoming Department of Transportation resident engineer in Riverton.
“Prime contractor Western Wyoming Construction Co., of Lander is scheduled to begin rotomilling existing asphalt pavement from Country Acres and Honor Farm roads on Friday, July 9,” Scheidemantel said. “Travelers of these roads should expect traffic delays during this work.”
The project includes installation of a new progressive lighting system and flashing beacons on U.S. 26/Wyoming 789, 1,700 feet of road reconstruction on Honor Farm and Country Acres roads, a traffic signal replacement at the Park Street/Federal Boulevard intersection in Riverton, and other safety improvements in the two locations.
By contract, work is required to be complete on Honor Farm and Country Acres roads, including placement of new asphalt pavement, by Oct. 15.
The project is a joint effort by the Wyoming Honor Farm, City of Riverton, Fremont County, and WYDOT.
Completion date for the improvements is June 30, 2011.
MEDIA: For questions about this news release, contact Cody Beers, WYDOT District 5 Public Involvement Specialist, at 856-1341.
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