WYDOT Outlines STIP Projects for 2019 to 2025

WYDOT Outlines STIP Projects for 2019 to 2025

The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT) recently gave their annual report to the Buffalo City Council, giving them their State Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP) projects through 2025, including one on Buffalo's Main Street in that time frame.

According to the presentation, WYDOT has nearly $22 million in STIP projects scheduled to be completed in Johnson County in the next six years.

This summer they are planning to complete the TW Road project, a $4 million project that will be wrapped up with a chip seal on the 3.2-mile stretch of road.
Also scheduled is a 10-mile mill and overlay project on Interstate 90 east from Buffalo towards Gillette, and the I-90/Highway 16 interchange concrete rehabilitation project.

In 2020, WYDOT will begin a 7 mile mill and overlay project on Highway 16 just east of Meadowlark Lake working east. Estimated cost is $4.1 million.

In 2021, they will continue a 4 mile mill and overlay from that point on Highway 16 to just west of Hazelton Road at an estimated cost of about $2 million.

A 7 mile mill and overlay project at the Interstate 25 District 2/4 boundary south of Buffalo is scheduled for both the north and southbound lanes with an estimated cost of $9.9 million.

Then in 2024, WYDOT will be doing a 10 mile mill and overlay and rehabilitation project on 10 miles of Old Highway 87/Buffalo Main Street with an estimated cost of $4.6 million.

SheridanWyoming.com

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