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Published by Montana Dept. of Transportation in [Helena, Mont .
Written in English


  • Roads -- Montana -- Missoula County -- Maintenance and repair,
  • Roads -- Montana -- Ravalli County -- Maintenance and repair,
  • Roads -- Montana -- Missoula County -- Design and construction,
  • Roads -- Montana -- Ravalli County -- Design and construction,
  • Highway planning -- Montana -- Missoula County,
  • Highway planning -- Montana -- Ravalli County,
  • Transportation -- Montana -- Planning,
  • Transportation system management,
  • United States Highway 93

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Edition Notes

Other titlesUnited States Highway 93 corridor study, Missoula to Florence
StatementMontana Department of Transportation.
ContributionsMontana. Dept. of Transportation.
LC ClassificationsTE220 .U79 2008
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23837952M
LC Control Number2009416124

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1 M ^. 1 ^^ -,': 1 Hi-Y n IHi ^ r ^1% N^ X. r'" -1 _^ Figure Wildlife Corridor Areas U.S. 93 Missoula to Florence us 93 Corridor Study mm November 7, 43 Given the wetlands and fish habitat associated with the Bitterroot River and the widespread ungulate distribution in the study area, it is anticipated that bald eagles occur in the. US Polson Corridor Study Study Focus The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT), in cooperation with Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes, Lake County, and the City of Polson, conducted a corridor study of US 93 from approximately reference post (RP) (US 93/Caffrey Road) and extending approximately miles north to approximately RP , or miles beyond the Rocky . US 93 Corridor Study EXISTING SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS This chapter presents an inventory of existing social, economic, and environmental conditions within the US 93 corridor. Environmental, Cultural, and Aesthetic Resources For full compliance with NEPA and MEPA regulations and permitting requirements, all state. The purpose of the US 93 Corridor Study (the Study) is to identify the most needed improvements to US 93 between Missoula and Florence that will meet the corridor's operational requirements and user needs for the next 20 years.

US 93 / US 60 (Nevada State Line to Loop ) Corridor Performance Summary An objective of the ADOT Corridor Profile Studies is to use a performance-based process to define baseline corridor performance, diagnose corridor needs and deficiencies, develop corridor solutions, and prioritize strategic corridor investments. US 93 Corridor Study IMPROVEMENT OPTIONS ANALYSIS In the early stages of this Corridor Study, a preliminary set of improvement options was proposed based on input received during initial public involvement activities. Over the course of the Study, the list of improvement options was refined as a result of additional input from the. 93 (US 93) between Lolo and Missoula [National Highway (N) 7] not associated with a design or construction project along the study corridor. The physical modifications recommended by the Access Control Plan may not be implemented until the construction of future highway design projects or as. Construction on US 93 at McGarry's Wash, located just south of the I/US 93 traffic interchange (milepost to ), was completed in October The $ million project consisted of constructing a parallel roadway to create a four-lane divided highway. Old US 93 to Antelope Wash.

The US 93 Polson Corridor Study is a pre-NEPA/MEPA study that will include a high level environmental scan of potential issues. For additional information, refer to MDT's corridor study process. Who is conducting this study? This chapter documents the existing technical and environmental features along the existing US 93 corridor. The Technical Oversight Committee established the existing mile study corridor along US In addition to the existing US 93 corridor, the Committee determined the corridor study area which. US 93 Polson Corridor Study 55 Crash Trends Safety concerns were documented along the existing US 93 route through an evaluation of crash rates for the rural and urban‐like portions of the roadway, and compared to statewide averages for roadways of similar type (see section ). I Corridor Multi-Modal Transit Investment Study 2 This increased interstate travel has placed demands on the existing transportation infrastructure, resulting in proposals for highway widening on the major north-south highways servicing the Merrimack Valley Region in southern New Hampshire and Massachusetts (Interstate 93 and Size: 8MB.