City of Missoula
1. East Reserve Street sewer project continues. The work is proceeding in the area between S. 7th and S. 3rd streets. Look for road closures and detours throughout the area.
2. The Rattlesnake sewer project continues and work is proceeding on Rattle Snake Drive. Look for road closures and detours throughout the area.
3. Construction work continues in the area around the new Wal-Mart on the corner of Mullan Road and Reserve Street. There will be road closures, restrictions and detours at various locations throughout the next month.
4. Construction will start on the Grove Street sewer with excavation starting on Juneau Drive.
5. Construction will start on a new sewer running from the west end of 39th street, across Brooks Street then down the west side of Reserve Street to South Avenue. The contractor will start with boring under Brooks Street. There should not be any road closures at this time but look for equipment on the sides of the road.
6. Curb and sidewalk work continues on Toole and Owens streets. Look for road closures and detours throughout the area.
7. Orange Street traffic can expect short delays at the Orange Street Bridge from 1st Street to Front Street. Crews are working on a bridge re-construction project. Estimated time of completion is the summer of 2002.
The City Street Department has started it's annual post winter breakup repair work.. Look for road closures and detours throughout the City.
1. On I-90, from 4.9 miles east of Lookout Pass to 14.2 miles east of Lookout Pass, there will be lane width restrictions beginning May 17, 2001. Traffic will be restricted to either the westbound or the eastbound lanes with two-way traffic in place. Lane widths will be 16 feet per lane. Wide loads will be restricted to 14 feet wide. Mobile homes with roof eaves, will be restricted to 16 feet eave widths (the remainder of the load must not exceed 14 feet). It is anticipated that this restriction will last from May 17, 2001 thru July 15, 2001.
2. On US-93, from 3 miles north of Florence (Carlton Creek Road) to Lolo, travelers can expect single lane closures and 45 mph speed limits for topsoil work.
3. In Lolo, crews are pouring concrete sidewalks.
3. On MT-200, west of Dixon, road reconstruction activities include gravel surfaces, 10 to 15 minute delays, and 35 mph speed limits. Pilot cars and flaggers are present to guide travelers through the area during work hours.
4. On MT-83, in Seeley Lake, there are 5 to 10 minute delays for reconstruction work. Paving is expected to begin May 10th.
Remember to watch for workers in all construction areas and please obey all traffic signing. Violating highway work zone signs can result in doubled fines. Montana laws also set fines and jail sentences for reckless endangerment of highway workers. Expect to see law enforcement around work areas.