The Wyoming Department of Transportation maintenance crews will be starting seasonal paving operations in Albany County on Tuesday.

Weather permitting, work will begin on the I-80 service road/Old U.S. Highway 30 near Vedfauwoo, between mile markers 5-6.18.

This work is predicted to take two days, after which crews will focus on various approaches off of U.S. 30/Grand Avenue between Vista Drive and the I-80 interchange, including east Bill Nye Avenue and Pilot Peak Road.

Other routes scheduled for paving include:

  • A small section of Wyoming Highway 230 near Fox Run Golf Course at about mm 4.7
  • A portion of Wyoming Highway 34 near Sybille Road, between mm 10.01-11.5
  • A section of Wyoming Highway 11 near Albany at about mm 9.4
  • A section of Wyoming Highway 130 outside of Centennial at about mile marker 26.5

Motorists through any of the above areas this month should expect potential delays due to lane closures, reduced speed limits, and other traffic control.]

Paving operations in Albany County are expected to take about a month.

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