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WYDOT will pave Hams Fork Road next spring

The Wyoming Department of Transportation hosted a public meeting on the pavement rehabilitation project on Wyoming Highway 233, Hams Fork Road. The meeting took place at 6 p.m. on Oct. 12 at the Best Western Plus Fossil Country Inn and Suites at 760 Highway 189/30 in Kemmerer. The purpose of the meeting was to share with the public the current status of the Hwy 233 Hams Fork Road job, to discuss what...

Sign auction nets WYDOT $33,005 for road improvement projects

Tiffany Gamble loves everything Wyoming. As a collector, she’s always on the lookout for items with the famous bucking horse logo that represents her home state.  When she learned the Wyoming Department of Transportation was auctioning five decommissioned Welcome to Wyoming signs, the Casper woman immediately placed a bid that won her a sign. WYDOT raised about $33,000 from the auction, which will...

Wyoming Transportation Commission to meet Oct. 19

The Wyoming Transportation Commission will meet for its regular business meeting beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19. The purpose of the business meeting is to address and vote upon, when appropriate, the topics noted on the attached meeting agenda. Education sessions are also planned following the business meeting. In the first education session, the Commission will learn more about the various...

North Federal Boulevard project has tentative start of March 2018

A March 2018 start is tentatively scheduled for reconstruction of North Federal Boulevard in Riverton. S&S Builders LLC, of Gillette, was awarded the $13.9 million contract this month by the Wyoming Transportation Commission. "We visited with the contractor this week, and the contractor is tentatively planning to begin mobilizing equipment to the Riverton area in February 2018," said Wyoming Department...

Construction report for Sept. 23 UW game

LARAMIE, Wyo. – Fans traveling to the University of Wyoming football game against the Hawaii Rainbow Warriors this Saturday, Sept. 23, should expect the following activities and/or construction projects:  In the city of Laramie:  Grand Avenue remains closed between 15th Street and 12th Street due to a City of Laramie water project. The Grand Avenue/15th Street intersection is open to traffic. Traffic...