Missoula Connect, our long-range transportation plan, is rooted in community values and engagement. We’ve worked with our project committees and Missoula area residents, gathering feedback over the last year. This summer and fall, we developed a framework to identify and prioritize projects for funding and implementation. This framework includes five steps, and we are ready for your input on Step 4: Scenario Planning. Click here to provide your feedback and learn more about the planning process.
Proposed Amendment to the Transportation Improvement Plan and the Long-Range Transportation Plan
MDT, City of Missoula, and Missoula County are collaborating to complete an intersection project at the intersection of Mary Jane and Broadway. Initially MDT, the city, and county had agreed to work towards the transfer of HSIP funding directly to the BUILD project. The proposal to transfer funding to the BUILD project from HSIP was prohibited. Additionally, when reviewing schedules, it was learned that if a signal was going to be constructed in conjunction with the BUILD project, that steps would need to be taken immediately. The first step in the process is to have the project listed in the Missoula TIP and recategorize Project #15 to the Committed Project list from the Illustrative Project list in the 2016 LRTP.
East Missoula Highway 200 Corridor
Preferred Alternative Design
The Preferred Design for Highway 200 was released on October 22. The comment period has closed. Click here to learn more about the project and next steps!
To ensure the safety of our residents and staff, we will be cancelling all non-essential, in-person meetings and open houses until further notice. Planning projects will continue on schedule, with any in-person meetings or events taking place remotely, as it allows. In the meantime, please feel free to contact us via email with any questions or concerns.
For more COVID-19 updates, you can stay informed through the City/County Health Department web site and information line at 406-258-INFO.