Bonner Bridges Project Overview
Bonner Bridges Project
The Bonner Bridges project resumes April 2019. Slow down and watch for two-way traffic over the eastbound bridge; all traffic will be moved to the eastbound bridge during construction. River closures will take place in spring and summer 2019.
Pedestrian facilities running under the Bonner Bridges are closed and the construction deck is not open to the public. Call the MDT hotline at 406-207-4484 with any questions throughout the winter months.
The Montana Department of Transportation continues the reconstruction of the Interstate 90 bridges spanning the Blackfoot River at Bonner.
The two-year, $15 million project calls for replacing the 53-year-old bridges with upgraded structures.
The Montana Department of Transportation does not anticipate a significant impact to I-90 traffic during construction, scheduled from April through November 2019. Constructing is occurring in two phases, with the eastbound bridge reconstruction completed in 2018.
Starting April 2019, the westbound bridge will be replaced with two-way traffic routed on the new eastbound bridge.
During construction, traffic will be two-way over the eastbound bridge. The traveling public should be aware of decreased speeds over the eastbound bridge, spanning from just before the Bonner interchange to just past the second bridge deck. Construction on the Bonner Bridges will continue through the summer and fall months.
Blackfoot River access will be restricted in spring 2019 to protect floaters and other recreational users from construction-related hazards. Periodic river closures will take place during the remainder of construction season.
To accelerate completion of the I-90 bridges, MDT entered into a design-build contract with Helena-based engineering firm Morrison Maierle and Missoula-based construction firm Frontier West LLC.
Stay in the Know
For email updates about the project, .
Hotline: Call 406-207-4484 during business hours.
Text Alerts: Text BONNER to 41411 for current river closure information during active construction*.