Roadwork on US 89 south of town may cause delays

JACKSON, Wyo. – The Wyoming Department of Transportation (WYDOT), along with contract crews from H-K Contractors, Inc. will begin milling a 3-mile section of US 26/89/189/191, beginning at mile marker 148.70, just south of the town of Jackson.

Drivers will experience reduced lanes and speeds. During milling and paving operations, the section will be reduced to a single lane in each direction, so WYDOT is asking travelers to plan accordingly and allow themselves ample time to reach their destination.

Milling operations are scheduled to begin next Monday, May 4. The work should take roughly a week. Paving operations are scheduled to begin on May 11. Paving is expected to last until the first week of June.

The scope of work on this project includes milling and paving, wearing course, as well some miscellaneous work. The completion date for the entire project is October 31, 2020.

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