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Buffalo Council Updated on North Main Project Engineering

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Buffalo Building Inspector Terry Asay, in his recent report to the city council, discussed the upcoming storm water extension project, which is part of the Wyoming Department of Transportation’s (WYDOT’s) 2024 Buffalo Main Street project.

He explained that bills coming into the city from KL&A Engineering were for their work on the engineering and design of that portion of the project.

According to an earlier release from WYDOT, the project is scheduled to be completed in 2024 and will rehabilitate 3.34 miles of Main Street through downtown Buffalo, starting at the I-25 south Buffalo Interchange and continuing north to the I-90 Interchange north of Buffalo.

The project includes upgrading ADA ramps and crosswalks, replacing isolated sidewalks and curb and gutter, performing minor repairs to the Clear Creek Bridge structure, replacing the culvert at Cemetery Creek, and upgrading the traffic signals at Fort Street and Hart Street, as well as additional work attached to the project to be done by the City of Buffalo and Johnson County.



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