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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.…

Work will begin next week to repair humps on a portion of WYO 120 north of Cody. Cody Beers, Wyoming Department of Transportation District 5 public relations specialist, talked about the project Tuesday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick.” “There are three settlement areas on the highway out toward the intersection of…

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…

Depending on favorable weather, the $4.93 million concrete rehabilitation project on Sheridan Avenue/17th Street is scheduled for a major concrete pour next Wednesday and Thursday on Greybull Hill. The March 24-25 concrete pour involves pouring about 500 cubic yards of concrete in 17th Street on Greybull Hill (with delivery coming from about 50 concrete trucks).…

It’s not spring in the Bighorn Basin until massive boulders fall into the Wind River Canyon outside Thermopolis, but the largest rock stayed off the highway. WYDOT reports another cascade of rocks has fallen into the Wind River Canyon. This is a common occurrence in the canyon, especially during the spring. As the winter snow…

Motorists can expect traffic delays one day next week as the Sheridan Avenue/17th Street project continues, according to Cody Beers, Wyoming Department of Transportation District 5 public relations specialist. Tuesday morning on KODI’s “Speak Your Piece with Darian Dudrick,” Beers said there will be only one lane of traffic – controlled by flaggers – on…

 Cody and Wapiti residents need to prepare to stop and wait on Wednesday, March 10, as WYDOT gets some tunnel vision at the Buffalo Bill Dam. WYDOT intends to do some work in the tunnels on Highway 14/16/20 by the Buffalo Bill Dam. The work isn’t intense, but it will cause some temporary slowdowns and…

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…


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