LEWISTOWN AREA CONSTRUCTION PROJECT REPORT

From the Montana Department of Transportation this is the Lewistown area highway construction report from   May 17 to May 23, 2017.  

Traffic fines double in highway work zones.  The law also sets fines and jail sentences for reckless endangerment of highway workers.  Minor delays can be expected through these projects with anything over fifteen minutes being noted in the description.  Watch for equipment, flaggers, workers on the road, and reduced speed limits.  

For additional information dial 511 or access our web page www.mdt.mt.gov/travinfo/

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~*NO changes *New projects / or old projects with changes    *weight, height, width restrictions

ACTIVE PROJECTS:

Rumble Strip Safety Project - various locations in central Montana (MDT Lewistown Division Area). A centerline rumble strip project is active on roadways in Judith Basin, Fergus, Petroleum, Musselshell, Golden Valley and Wheatland counties.  Epoxy striping of these roadways will be in progress, as weather allows, generally from the west to the east.  This operation moves quickly with little effect on the traveling public, aside from possible short delays and reduced speeds.  *PM Jeff Dyekman 657-0246

East Parrot Creek Road (Roundup Area) A bridge project over the Musselshell River is in progress on this county road; beginning 7 miles northeast of Roundup (where Parrot Creek Road meets US 12) and continuing to 0.5 mile from US 87 south of Roundup. Bridge is now open to traffic. Detour is being removed. Travelers should expect single lanes at times, loose gravel, reduced speeds, and a gravel surface.  (Reported only locally) *PM James Stevenson 657-0242

C- 238 (Sec 238) Lewistown Southeast (mile post 0.4 to 7.2) On Upper Spring Creek Road southeast of Lewistown travelers should expect a width restriction of 13 feet, delays, reduced speeds, single lanes, and flaggers.  *PM Kyle Dubbs 538-1322.

C-238 (Sec 238) Spring Creek Road (mile post 7.18 to 10.1) Beginning 3 miles south of the junction with S-466 (Fish Hatchery Rd) continuing south for 3 miles, a paving project is scheduled to begin Monday March 22, 2017 weather permitting.  Travelers should expect a width restriction of 12 feet, delays, fresh oil, reduced speeds, single lanes, pilot cars and flaggers.  

C-43 (US 191) Roy East (mile post 35 to 42.8) from Roy, MT continuing east to approximately 8 miles travelers should expect a width restriction of 15 feet, delays, loose gravel, reduced speeds, single lanes, grooved surfaces, and flaggers.  Motorcycles should consider an alternate route.  *Kyle Dubbs 538-1322

C-61 (US 191) – Bore Drilling Project (mile post 115.5) 13 miles north of the JCT with MT-66 (DY junction) bore drilling will take place Tuesday and Wednesday May 23-24, 2017 from 7am to 5:30pm.  Travelers should expect single lanes and a width restriction of 12 feet during working hours.  Loads over 12 feet can travel before 7am and after 5:30 pm as permitting allows.  

C-61 (US 191) – Slides 4 miles south of Missouri River (mile post 84 to 90) from approximately 4 miles south of the Fred Robinson Bridge over the Missouri River to 2 miles north of the bridge - slides are continuing to cause heaving and a rough road way in this area. MDT Maintenance crews continue to monitor and patch the area as possible. Signs are in place to warn travelers to expect reduced speeds of 45 mph, rough break, and possible delays until further notice.   *PM Ken Hamblen 538-1302 Incident #2717  

C-61 (US 191) – Bore Drilling Project (mile post 115.5) 13 miles north of the JCT with MT-66 (DY junction) bore drilling will take place Tuesday and Wednesday May 23-24, 2017 from 7am to 5:30pm.  Travelers should expect single lanes and a width restriction of 12 feet during working hours.  Loads over 12 feet can travel before 7am and after 5:30 pm as permitting allows.  

C-57 (US 87 / MT 200) – Lewistown West Overpass (mile post 79 to 81.1) from approximately 2 miles west of Lewistown – travelers should expect a width restriction of 14 feet, delays, reduced speeds, single lanes, intersection work, and flaggers.  *PM Kyle Dubbs 538-1322

C-57 (US 87 / MT 200) Lewistown City Loop Walking Paths-C (mile post 80 to 82.5) Abandoned Railroad Rehab of the walking paths in downtown Lewistown has begun.  Travelers should expect a width restriction of 14 feet, single lanes and intersection work.  *PM Kyle Dubbs 538-1322

C-57 (US 87 / MT 200) – Lewistown Downtown Sidewalks-B (milepost 81.5 to 82.8) from the intersection of 1st Avenue & Main Street continuing east travelers should expect 14-foot width restriction, loose gravel, and intersection work.  *PM Kyle Dubbs 538-1322

 

INACTIVE CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS:   

C-57 (US 87/ US 191 /MT 200) Lewistown West Sidewalks (mile post 81.4 to 81.5) From 15th Street to 13th street sidewalk work on this project is INACTIVE. *PM Kyle Dubbs 538-1322

 

RECENTLY COMPLETED CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS:                               


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