Early and sustained communication with the public and resource agencies will be important to share updates about the study, understand resource issues and constraints, discuss mitigation opportunities, and arrive at a determination of feasibility that is supported by the Tribal community and jurisdictional authorities. Two public informational meetings will be held during the study process. The date, time, format, and location of these meetings will be announced before each event through local media, and meeting materials will be posted to this study website.
Virtual Informational Meeting #1
Virtual Information Meeting #1 was held February 7th at 11:00 AM AND 5:00 PM. The focus of this meeting was to provide an overview of the study process, summarize initial findings, and offer an opportunity for the public to ask questions and share feedback.
Community participation is a very important part of the planning process. Opinions, comments, and concerns may be submitted in writing by mail or email to any of the study contacts shown on this page. Please include US 93 Ninepipe Corridor Feasibility Study in the correspondence.
Comments may also be submitted using MDT's online comment form. Please choose “US 93 Ninepipe Corridor Feasibility Study” in the "Commenting on a project or activity?" dropdown list.