Project Replacing Thermoplastic Markings Begins Today
Worn-out thermoplastic markings in various locations throughout Albany County will be replaced by crews with S&L Industrial and the Wyoming Department of Transportation starting today, May 13.
Left- and right-turn arrows, lane-drop arrows, crosswalk striping and stop bars for areas like railroad crossings are some examples of roadway markings that are made with thermoplastic. The plastic markings last longer than paint, make intersections safer, and reduce the amount of maintenance needed.
The thermoplastic replacement locations in Albany County are:
- The Snowy Range Road intersection of WYO 230 in Laramie as well as some markings west of the Laramie area
- Various markings on U.S. 287 in northern Laramie as well as some markings south of the Laramie area
- Various locations in intersections along U.S. 30 (Grand Avenue) in Laramie
For the latest road conditions, visit www.wyoroad.info, call 5-1-1, or download the Wyoming 511 app.
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