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MDT News

Reserve Street Night Construction Resumes

MISSOULA, Montana - The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT)
announced today that nighttime construction will resume on May 16,
2021 for the Missoula Concrete Rehab project. ACME Concrete crews
will return to the work zone to install pavement markings, paint
curbs, landscape the surrounding area, and to wrap up light
electrical work and signage installations. The completion of these
remaining items will signal the end of the Missoula Concrete Rehab

"We understand that nighttime construction can be
challenging for those living in the area, and we appreciate the
traveling public's patience with our crews," MDT Missoula District
Construction Engineer, John Schmidt, said. "As we wrap up this
project over the next few months, residents and businesses can expect
minor noise during evening and night hours."

A majority of the work
will be completed Sunday through Thursday during nighttime hours,
from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. Most of the work will be happening on the north
side of the project, just south of I 90, but crews can be expected
throughout the project area, all the way down to the intersection of
Reserve Street and Brooks Street. Drivers can expect single-lane
closures and directional signage in the area during this time.
Because of the use of grinders and blowers, some noise is to be
expected. We apologize in advance for any disturbance this might
cause to residents along this corridor, and we will do everything in
our power to work as quickly as possible.  

Work on Reserve Street
during the 2020 construction season resulted in about 5.5 miles of
pavement resurfacing from Brooks Street to Interstate 90, the
reconfiguration of the Grant Creek Road and Interstate 90
intersection, and ADA upgrades at all Interstate 90 eastbound ramps,
Interstate 90 and Reserve Street intersection, and the Expressway and
Reserve Street intersection.  

Weekly email and text updates on this
project are available to those who would like more information about
the project. To subscribe, email Amy at
or text GOODROADSMSLA to 41411. For questions, contact the project
hotline at 406-207-4484, Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5
p.m. For more information about the Missoula Concrete Rehab project,
visit the project webpage at   

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