Red Lodge North Corridor Project – Roberts
The Roberts Project is one of four highway reconstruction projects that constitute the broader 21.2-mile U.S. Highway 212 (Hwy 212) Red Lodge North Corridor Project between the towns of Red Lodge and Boyd. The portion of the project located in Roberts entails reconstruction along with work on drainage, intersection, and pedestrian facilities.
The Roberts Project is located on a 1.6-mile stretch of Hwy 212 from the south to the north ends of Roberts. Roberts is located about 13 miles north of Red Lodge. Hwy 212 serves local, commuter, tourist, and agricultural traffic and is considered an integral part of the regional transportation network. In addition, Hwy 212 connects a number of local roads to the regional transportation network.
The Roberts Project is scheduled to begin Monday, July 8 and end in November.
Impacts to the Public
MDT is committed to working with local stakeholders to minimize construction impacts on businesses and the traveling public. During construction on the Roberts Project, Hwy 212 will remain open to traffic. Traffic flow will be maintained by utilizing flagging, pilot cars, lane shifting, and other conventional methods. The traveling public is asked to prepare for reduced speeds, single lane traffic, and delays of up to 15 minutes. Motorists are reminded to slow down and watch for work crews and equipment in construction zones.
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