Montana Department of Transportation

Malcolm “Mack” Long, Director

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Proposed Resurfacing On Secondary 384 Near Hardin



Hardin, Montana - The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT)
would like to announce and invite the public to comment on a proposal
to resurface about 19 miles of Secondary 384, east of Hardin. The
project begins at the Crow Indian Reservation Line and extends
northeasterly for approximately 19 miles ending at the Treasure
County Line.



Proposed work includes crack filling, milling and
paving, chip sealing, and upgrading pavement markings. Additional
work includes signage and guardrail installation and surface work on
the bridge over the Tullock Creek bridge. The purpose of the project
is to preserve and extend the life of the existing roadway and
address safety considerations for the traveling public.



The project
is tentatively scheduled for construction in 2022, depending on
completion of all project development activities and availability of
funding. No new right-of-way or utility relocations will be needed.


An important part of properly planning for future projects is
partnering with the community. The Montana Department of
Transportation welcomes the public to provide ideas and comments on
the proposed project. Comments may be submitted online at
http://www.mdt.mt.gov/mdt/comment_form.shtml or in writing to Montana
Department of Transportation, Billings office at PO Box 20437,
Billings, MT  59104-0437. Please note that comments are for project
UPN 9798000.



The public is encouraged to contact Billings District
Administrator Rod Nelson at (406) 657-0229 or Project Design Engineer
Kurtis Schnieber at (406) 657 0269 with questions.



Alternative
accessible formats of this document will be provided on request.
Persons who need an alternative format should contact the Office of
Civil Rights, Department of Transportation, 2701 Prospect Avenue, PO
Box 201001, Helena, MT 59620. Telephone 406-444-5416 or Montana Relay
Service at 711.