Wyoming Department of Transportation

Transportation Commission awards $17 million in contracts

Contracts totaling nearly $17.4 million for 13 projects around the state, including two that will be funded through increased fuel tax revenue, were awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its February meeting in Cheyenne. Deteriorating pavement on nearly five miles of Interstate 90 between Acme and Ranchester north of Sheridan will be milled off and replaced with a new layer of pavement...

Updated STIP project list available

An update to WYDOT’s State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) for 2014 has been issued and is available for viewing. The STIP contains a listing of highway and bridge projects, and also airport improvement work, that WYDOT tentatively expects to let to contract during the current fiscal year. The STIP is published annually and updates are issued quarterly. Printed copies of the 2014 STIP are...

Twitter feeds available for highway closures

Twitter is now an option for travelers who want to be notified about closures on the Wyoming’s highways. WYDOT has created Twitter feeds for I-80, I-25 and I-90, and for the rest of the state’s highways broken down into five regions. Once on Twitter, users can search for WYDOT and choose which of the eight feeds they want to follow. “The Twitter feed is meant to be a really immediate release of information...

Transportation commission awards $12 million in highway contracts

Contracts totaling nearly $12.8 million for six highway projects around the state, including the 11th project to be funded through the state’s fuel tax increase, were awarded by the Wyoming Transportation Commission during its January meeting in Cheyenne. The largest of the contracts went to Cheyenne’s Reiman Corp., which submitted the low bid of $4.9 million to replace the Lewis Street Bridge in Sheridan...