Customer Satisfaction Survey shows WYDOT improves in several areas

Customers who visited the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s Driver Services offices over the past two years are pleased with the service they received. WYDOT’s 2020 Customer Satisfaction Survey showed people continued to have high satisfaction with Driver Services in the areas of courtesy of the staff and promptness.  The University of Wyoming’s Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center conducted the survey...

Wyoming Transportation Commission to meet April 15

The Wyoming Transportation Commission will meet via videoconference for its regular business meeting at 8:30 a.m., April 15. The purpose of the business meeting is to address and vote upon, when appropriate, the topics on the attached meeting agenda. Immediately following the business meeting (approximately 11 a.m.), the commission will meet for an education session, Electric Vehicles – The Road Ahead....

Bridge rehabilitation projects scheduled in Fremont, Big Horn and Washakie counties

Five bridges are slated for repairs and other work as part of a $1.95 million northwest Wyoming bridge rehabilitation project in 2021. Prime contractor Reiman Corp., of Cheyenne plans to begin repairs and other work April 12 on the Badwater Creek bridge (milepost 102.71), 2.5 miles north of Shoshoni on US 20/WYO 789. "There will be a 14-foot width restriction in place starting April 12 on the Badwater...

Pavement improvement project slated to begin April 16 on US14/16/20 near Emblem

Paving of a 5.6-mile highway preservation project is slated to begin in early May, according to Wyoming Department of Transportation resident engineer Michael Miller of Basin. The project is located about 10 miles west of Greybull between Greybull and Cody (mileposts 87.79 to 93.75). Work includes grading, asphalt paving, chip sealing and other work. "Work is expected to begin April 16, weather permitting,"...

Work on the Snake River South section will affect river users

JACKSON - The Wyoming Department of Transportation, along with contract crews from Oftedal Construction Inc., will be setting girders in the Snake River beginning this Sunday, April 11, and last roughly a week. The Sunday start date is dependent on the availability of cranes and weather conditions.  River users are advised that flaggers will be stationed on the river to pull float traffic over during...