US 14 Starts Paving from Burgess Junction to Cutler Hill

US 14 Starts Paving Operations from Burgess Junction to Cutler Hill

Written by on September 15, 2022

The Wyoming Department of Transportation and Mountain Construction will begin “milling an eight-mile section of US 14 between Burgess Junction and Cutler Hill beginning Monday, September 19th,” a recent press release states.

Milling will begin on the west end of the project at mile marker 57.27 and proceed east to mile marker 65.01

Hours of operations run from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and during this time motorists will encounter flagging operations, a pilot car, reduced speed limits, and one lane of travel.

According to WYDOT, both lanes of travel will be open at night with areas of milled surface.

These operations are expected to take approximately a week to complete, afterwards, the paving will follow.

Weather is often a limiting factor when paving mountain roadways and this will impact the scope of work each day and may result in days of reduced operational capacity.

This project has a completion date of October 31st, 2022.

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