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June transportation meeting to address future highway projects

Date: 05/29/2014 

14:41

For Immediate Release

May 29, 2014

June transportation meeting to address future highway projects

A series of public meetings are scheduled in June to address future highway improvement projects in Northeast Wyoming

10:08The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT), District 4 Staff would like to invite you to attend one of the 2014 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) meetings this June.  A meeting will take place in each of the five counties that make up District 4.  The meetings are scheduled at the following times and locations:

Campbell County

Tuesday, June 3 – 9:00 AM, City of Gillette Community Room, 210 E. 5th Street, Gillette

Tuesday, June 3 – 10:30 AM, Campbell County Commission Chambers, 412 S Gillette Ave, Gillette

 

Crook County

Wednesday, June 4 – 2:30 PM, Crook County Commission Chamber, 116 Main Street, Sundance

 

Sheridan County

Monday, June 9 – 10:30 AM, Sheridan County Commission Public Meeting Room #210, 134 S Main St., Sheridan

 

Johnson County

Tuesday, June 17 – 8:00 AM, Buffalo City County Chambers, 46 N Main Street, Buffalo

Tuesday, June 17 – 9:30 AM, Johnson County Commission Chambers, 76 N Main Street, Buffalo

 

Weston County

Tuesday, June 17 – 2:00 PM, Weston County Commission Chambers, 1 West Main Street Newcastle

Tuesday, June 17 – 3:30 PM, Newcastle City County Chambers, 10 W Warwick, Newcastle 

The STIP is a six-year approved program that illustrates WYDOT’s future projects and funding. The financial budget is constrained based on projected federal and state funding. The actual funding level available will depend on congressional appropriations, as well as state appropriations. This STIP presents the planned construction and preliminary engineering programs for the next fiscal year in your county.

Each meeting will focus on projects and issues in the local area with an overview of the projects that are planned district-wide.  Input from local organizations on area development and projects is beneficial to WYDOT when prioritizing state and federal highway projects.  Funding programs available through WYDOT for local government projects will also be discussed.  The meeting will begin with a short presentation, followed by a question and answer session with WYDOT engineers.

For more information, contact:

 Ronda Holwell, District 4 Public Relations Specialist

Wyoming Department of Transportation

office: 307-674-2356 cell: 307-752-3022

 

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