A  multi-year paving and bridge rehabilitation project is slated to get underway on Monday  on Interstate 80 in the Cheyenne area on Monday, weather permitting.

That's according to a Wyoming Department of Transportation [WYDOT] news release.

The  agency says project will begin with a bridge rehabilitation at the Roundtop Interchange at mile marker 357.66 in both east and west bound lanes, and ending at mile marker 362.

According to the release, the project will include two phases. Slab replacements and structure work is slated for this year, with paving work scheduled for 2024. According to the release:

Motorists on the interstate should expect possible delays due to single lane shifts through construction zones and lowered speed limit. A 12-foot width restriction will be in place for interstate traffic during this project. All WYDOT project scheduling is subject to change, including due to adverse weather or material availability.

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