I-90 Quinn Creek Road Bridges Project
Participate In An Online Survey To Help In Construction Planning
The Montana Department of Transportation is making plans to replace the two bridges that carry Interstate 90 (I 90) over Quinn Creek Road. Closures lasting between 8 to 12 hours may be necessary on Quinn Creek Road beneath the interstate to replace the bridges. Before MDT develops closure plans, we would like to ask you a few questions.
Click on the link below to participate in a survey and provide feedback.
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The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) is developing plans to replace the two bridges that carry Interstate 90 over Quinn Creek Road. The bridges are located on Bozeman Hill Pass between Bozeman and Livingston in Park County.
During a routine inspection by the MDT Bridge Bureau, [hyperlink to “About MDT’s Bridge Management and Design Process” page] it was determined that the bridges have deteriorated to the point that maintenance is no longer practical and they need to be replaced. New bridges and additional safety improvements will continue to provide a safe crossing over Quinn Creek Road for many years.
The project includes:
- Removing and replacing two overpass bridges.
- Minor bridge approach roadway work.
- Upgrading guardrails and improving drainage.
- Installing a high-friction surface treatment to improve safety on the bridges.
The project is on an accelerated schedule to complete the design plans in 2021, with all major aspects of construction to be completed in 2022. Click here [hyperlink to Accelerated Bridge Construction page] for information about MDT's Accelerated Bridge Construction process.
Westbound I 90 bridge over Quinn Creek Road
Public involvement is important to MDT and the success of the project. The community will be notiﬁed about public involvement opportunities through the project website, local media, mailings, social media and other communication channels. Public input will help guide MDT in the design and construction of the bridge improvements.
MDT encourages members of the public to join the project's mailing list by submitting contact information to Brandon Coates, Public Involvement Manager via email.