West Yellowstone Highway Bridge Rehab Begins Next Week
The Wyoming Department of Transportation will begin rehabilitation work Monday on the U.S. Highway 20-26 -- West Yellowstone Highway -- bridge west of Salt Creek Highway and east of Wyoming Boulevard between Casper and Mills.
Crews will work on one half of the bridge at a time, beginning with the westbound lanes on the north side of the bridge.
All traffic will be moved to the eastbound lanes. Traffic will be reduced to one lane, either direction, during construction.
A turn lane for those going north onto Salt Creek Highway will be in place.
Once the north side is completed, traffic will be switched to the westbound lanes so crews can work on the eastbound lane.
The bridge crosses over the railroad tracks.
The work is expected to take about 60 working days to complete.
Please pay attention to traffic control and speed reductions when driving through this work zone.