The North Sheridan Interchange is a large-scale infrastructure project slated to begin summer 2016 and be completed October 2019.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation and City of Sheridan have invested appropriate time in the planning process and set realistic goals for project work and completion.

View the project timeline below to learn more about the history of the project and the timeframe for upcoming work.

Looking for the most current news? Head here to check out updates.


Late 1990s

  • WYDOT considers improvements to Port-of-Entry and Interstate 90 Interchange. Port-of-Entry project advances while proposed interchange improvements are postponed indefinitely.


  • WYDOT reopens discussion of interchange improvements.
  • Environmental Assessment occurs.


  • WYDOT holds multiple public meetings about interchange improvements.


  • WYDOT meets with Sheridan Baseball Academy, adjacent landowner, and City of Sheridan to discuss planned project.

June 9, 2016

  • North Sheridan Interchange contract goes to bid.

NSheridanlogo-web.jpgJune 16, 2016

  • Project awarded to contractor.

Late-summer 2016

  • Public meeting with contractor.


  • Phase 1: Groundbreaking on North Sheridan Interchange project.


  • Phase 2: Build North Sheridan Interchange structure and new North Main Street alignments.


  • Phase 3: Reconstruct North Main Street from Fort Road to Goose Creek. Reconstruct and widen I-90 westbound lanes.
  • Phase 4: Reconstruction and widen I-90 eastbound lanes, finish enhancements, project clean up and reclamation as needed. Originally scheduled for 2019.  Moved ahead into 2018.


October 2019

  • North Sheridan Interchange project completion.

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