Update on July 9, at 10:26am.
Crews will be continuing work on the wearing course on the I-80 east Sinclair interchange on Saturday, July 10. The interchange (exit 221) will be closed for about 4-5 hours starting at about 6 am.
There will be a detour in place for motorists needing to use the interchange during the temporary closure. Eastbound motorists wanting to use the interchange should use exit 219 as an alternate route to Sinclair.
For those who are going to be using the east Sinclair interchange (exit 221) on I-80, be prepared for delays this week as crews with McGarvin-Moberly Construction and the Wyoming Department of Transportation begin placing a wearing course on the interchange.
A wearing course helps preserve the structure in addition to providing extra traction. This work will take place on Thursday and Friday, July 8-9, and necessitates the closure of the interchange for about 4-5 hours each morning.
A detour will be in place for motorists needing to use the interchange during each temporary closure.
This work is part of a pavement and bridge rehabilitation project on I-80 east of Sinclair, between mile markers 221-227.5.
The overall project is expected to be complete in early 2022.
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