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(photo by Kari Eakins)
(photo by Kari Eakins)
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Harney Street Project-Ask the City

A resident asks about the start of the Harney Street project.

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(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
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Clark Street Bridge-Ask the City

A resident asks about construction impact on the railroad.

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(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
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Clark Street Viaduct Closed for Repair During August

The Wyoming Transportation Department has closed the Clark Street Viaduct until the last week of August. The viaduct is shut down on both ends so some repair work can be done according to Ross Doman.

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(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
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Are You Confident in Using the Clark Street Bridge? [PHOTOS] – Survey of the Day

Recently we had a concerned citizen write in to our "Ask the City" segment inquiring about repairs to the Clark Street Bridge. While the decaying bridge and its planned replacement have been talked about very actively in our news lately, we haven't actually ever taken a good look at the condition of the bridge...

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(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
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Ask The City – When Will the Clark Street Bridge be Repaired?

Your Question:
I just drove over the Clark Street bridge and noticed how severely deteriorated it has become. When is the city going to make the badly needed repairs? I hope it's before somebody gets hurt!

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(TSM Photo)
(TSM Photo)
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Spring Construction Projects Starting Up Around Laramie

Warmer weather means the construction will begin work on several roads in Laramie. On Monday the full reconstruction of Vista Drive will begin as well as a short-term maintenance project on the Clark Street bridge according to the Wyoming Transportation Department.

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Click Image to Expand - Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter
Click Image to Expand - Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter
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City Council Supports Harney Street Viaduct Bypassing Neighborhood

The Laramie City Council voted 5-4 on Tuesday in support of construction of a Harney Street Viaduct along the route known as 1D or blue. Of the three options considered, this route is the longest but it destroys the least number of homes in the west side neighborhood.

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(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
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Ask The City – How About Moving The Clark Street Bridge South?

Your Question: Have any routes further south been considered for the Clark Street Bridge replacement? Possibly south of Grand Avenue. The blue route would not seem to make sense as it would be only a couple of blocks from Curtis Street which already crosses the river and provides several access options to West Laramie.

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Click Image to Expand - Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter
Click Image to Expand - Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter
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New Viaduct through West Side Neighborhood [OPINION]

After our initial story on the mayor's meeting with citizens about the new viaduct to replace the one currently in service at Clark Street, we allowed readers to send in an opinion. We will collect all responses here and update this piece if more are submitted. If you would like to submit your opinion please do so HERE. You may remain anonymous if you would like, just make sure to clearly request that in the submission.

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(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
(Photo Courtesy of Adam Porter)
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Mayor Talks Clark Street Bridge Alternatives With Laramie Citizens [POLL]

Last night Laramie's Mayor, Scott Mullner, held a public meeting to talk about the proposed alternatives that will hopefully replace the old Clark Street Bridge. Replacement of the bridge that was built back in 1963 has actually been a topic of discussion since 1997 as it nearing the end of it's life span, but so far no action has succeeded in making a new bridge a reality. However it looks like a final solution may finally be chosen this summer with the completion of an environmental assessment on the three remaining proposed alignments for a new bridge.

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