WYDOT has announced two maintenance projects that will be taking place this week.

The first, which starts today (Tuesday), is the resurfacing of the nine miles of WYO10 located in southwest Albany County. During the project, traffic will be alternating one way during work hours. The resurfacing is expected to last several weeks.

The other project, which will start Wednesday, weather pending, is the repaving of the Curtis Street bridge. The project is only expected to take one day, though any inclement weather could delay or extend the project. While the bridge is being repaved, eastbound traffic will not be allowed across the bridge. Instead, drivers will take a detour that runs along Pierce Street, Snowy Range Road, and McCue Street. Westbound traffic will be allowed, but drivers will need to be use caution while crossing the bridge and prepare for lane closures.