October 24th through October 30th
Where: US 2, Old Reserve Drive, Foys Lake Rd Roundabout/Ashley Creek area, 2 Mile Drive, 3 Mile Drive, 4 Mile Dr & Stillwater Road.
Bridge: Signing, striping, clean-up and sweeping operations at Ashley Creek north of Foys Lake Rd. US 2, 2 Mile Drive, 4 Mile Drive and Old Reserve Drive activities remain on schedule.
- Foys Lake Rd roundabout/Ashley Creek Bridge
- 2 Mile Drive
- 3 Mile Drive
- 4 Mile Drive/Stillwater Road
- US 2 & Old Reserve Drive
Foys Lake Rd Roundabout/Ashley Creek Area: Sign installation, delineators, sweeping and clean-up activities will be taking place. There will be increased activity between Ashley Creek and US 2. Motorists should watch for workers near the road and trucks and equipment in the area and obey all posted signs. No delays.
Two Mile Drive Area: The detour is no longer in place and Two Mile Drive is open to traffic but motorists should expect workers in the area and activity on the bridge with signing installation, sweeping, delineators and clean-up and operations taking place. No delays.
Three Mile Drive Area: Signal installation and sweeping operations will be under way. There will be increased truck traffic entering and exiting the area.Traffic signals will be in place and set to flash. Motorists should watch for workers and equipment in the area and obey all posted signs. No delays.
Four Mile Drive/Stillwater Road Area: Signing, sweeping and clean-up operations will be on-going. Motorists should expect reduced speeds and increased truck traffic in the area. No delays.
Old Reserve Drive Area: Sweeping, signing and clean-up operations will be taking place. Motorists should watch for trucks entering and exiting the area. No delays.
US 2 Area: Sweeping, sign installation and clean-up operations will be taking place. Motorists should watch for equipment and workers and obey all posted signs. No delays.
Trail system work operations will be taking place in all areas of the new Bypass and motorists are reminded to travel at posted speeds and obey all posted signs and watch for workers in the construction zones. Fines double in work zones.
The Kalispell Bypass Ribbon Cutting Ceremony is set for Friday, October 28th. The new bypass will open to traffic shortly after 1:00 P.M. Those wishing to attend the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, park north of the bridge deck over Reserve Loop Drive on the new bypass. The public should watch for parking attendants at both the Northbound on-ramp and Southbound off-ramp to guide and assist with parking. Early arrival is encouraged as the shuttle vans running to the south end to witness the start of the procession will depart promptly at 1:05 P.M.
Governor Steve Bullock, Senator Jon Tester, Representative Ryan Zinke, as well as a representative for Senator Steve Daines. Local dignitaries and MDT Officials.
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