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After years of construction, the replacement and restoration project is complete and ready for a better future for the visitors and environment of Yellowstone. Summer 2021 is already destined to be busy in Yellowstone National Park. In addition to the potential for another record-breaking year, park officials are embarking on several significant construction projects. Work…

As Wyoming’s spring brings consistently warm weather, WYDOT begins numerous projects throughout the Bighorn Basin to improve roads, slopes, and bridges.WYDOT is either beginning or resuming several critical infrastructure projects in northwest Wyoming. Chief Joseph Highway Condon Johnson and Associates, Inc., of Kent, Wash., will resume work on the Chief Joseph Highway Slide repair project…

WYDOT embarks on its next multi-million-dollar roadwork project in Cody, this time along the north route of Highway 120. WYDOT’s next Cody-based project won’t be as intrusive as the ongoing Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation. But that doesn’t make it any less critical. Starting next week, three miles of WY120 will be undergoing settlement repair and reconstruction.…

Even Yellowstone isn’t immune from summer construction season, with three significant projects underway while tourists traverse the park in Summer 2021. Three major road construction projects will occur in Yellowstone National Park in 2021. Only one of the three projects will involve a complete closure. The other two will cause delays and/or traffic pattern changes…

After two delays, it’s time for the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project to slow down and go downhill – so you’ll want to plan your Cody drive accordingly. Starting Thursday, April 1, fifty trucks and 500 cubic yards of concrete will be poured down 17th Street towards Alger Avenue. When the pour commences, one-way traffic with…

Winter weather has delayed the massive concrete pour planned on 17th Street, with the new pour and related traffic delays now planned for Thursday, April 1. Once again, the weather is delaying the massive concrete pour down 17th Street Hill. Winter weather has forced the rescheduling of the large downhill concrete pour planned on the…

Winter weather has caused another delay on Sheridan Avenue, as construction workers are hoping and waiting for the ongoing project to start going downhill. WYDOT announced that the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project had encountered another delay. Due to the week’s winter weather, the massive concrete pour planned for this week has been postponed. 2021 has…

After two weeks of weather-related delays, the next and hopefully final phase of construction on Sheridan Avenue will begin the push up the Greybull Hill. The Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project resumes its work today. WYDOT and S&S Builders, the primary contractor, will begin sectioning off the downhill side of 17th Street in anticipation of the…

There are several weather-related obstacles for Cody traffic to avoid on the Greybull Hill – but construction barrels won’t be among them for another week. Cody’s sudden turn into sub-zero temperatures has delayed the intended start of the final phase of the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project. WYDOT announced that the intended start of Phase 3…

They moved on thru Sheridan Avenue – and now they take it higher. After a brief break, the final phase of construction on the Sheridan Avenue rehabilitation project is set to resume in mid-February. WYDOT and primary contractor S&S Builders of Gillette will resume where things were left off: heading up 17th Street to the…


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