Road Construction Season Continues in Southeast Wyoming

Photo Courtesy of the Wyoming Department of Transportation.

The Wyoming Department of Transportation advises travelers that road patching is underway in several locations in Southeast Wyoming.

This is a wide-ranging  program that utilizes diverse methods to upgrade, repair, and bolster the preservation of the State roadway assets. This can involve a mill and overlay, concrete repairs, upgrades to modern ADA standards, and other necessary work depending on the location needs. Regardless of location, motorists  are advised to watch for flaggers, signs, lowered speeds and possible detours in the  work areas.

This is the first of several releases that will be sent until the end of the work in September.
The first location for repairs involving traffic control is Laramie’s Grand Avenue between 30th and Boulder Drive. This includes concrete work such as curb and gutter upgrades.
The contractor for  the entire  road patching contract is Simon Contractors out of Cheyenne. The cost is $2.9 million and it is paid for with state funds.