Lame Deer - Multi-Use Path Construction Project Proposed
February 23, 2017
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Lori Ryan, Public
Information Officer, (406) 444-6821, firstname.lastname@example.org
of Transportation Proposes Multi-Use Path Construction Project South
of Lame Deer
Lame Deer — The Montana Department of Transportation
(MDT) would like to notify the public and seek comments on a proposal
to construct a multi-use path and pedestrian lighting south of Lame
Deer on the Northern Cheyenne Reservation. The project is along the
south side of the Bureau of In-dian Affairs (BIA) Route 4028 (Lame
Deer School Access Road) from BIA Route 4 southwesterly to the Lame
Deer High School and Junior High.
Proposed work includes a
0.48-mile-long multi-use path built to Americans with Disabilities
Act stand-ards and pedestrian lighting. The purpose of the project is
to safely route pedestrians, bicyclists, and other non-motorized
transportation users between the existing multi-use path on BIA Route
4 and the Lame Deer High School and Junior High.
The project is
tentatively scheduled for construction in 2018, depending on
completion of all project development activities and availability of
No new right-of-way or utility relocations are anticipated.
The project is funded with Federal Highway Administration
Transportation Alternatives funds.
For more information, please
contact Glendive District Administrator Shane Mintz at (406)
345-8212, Project Design Engineer Dave Holien at (406) 444 6118 or
Janis Spear with the Northern Cheyenne Tribe at (406) 477-8979.
Members of the public may submit written comments to the Montana
De-partment of Transportation Glendive office at PO Box 890,
Glendive, MT 59330-0890, or online at:
Please note that your comments
are for project UPN 9152000. Alternative accessible formats of this
information will be provided upon request by contacting the Office of
Civil Rights, P.O. Box 201001, Helena, MT 59620; (406) 444-9229; fax
(406) 444-7243, or e-mail to email@example.com. Those using a TTY may
call (800) 335-7592 or through the Montana Relay Service at 711.