The Wyoming Department of Transportation met with 50 or 60 Sheridan area residents last night to get comments on the proposed North Main Interchange project they are designing. The work is not scheduled until 2015. WYDOT Spokesperson Ronda Holwell says the project is in its infancy and now is the time to get involved.
Engineers brought several possible re-alignment scenarios for the Interstate 90 interchange and only one involved keeping it at the current location. The only clear preference by those attending was that no one wanted to leave the interchange as it is.
The next step is to conduct an environmental assessment of the area. WYDOT is planning more public meetings as the design phase continues and comments are always welcome at the district office on Brundage Lane and Big Horn Avenue.