East Missoula Highway 200 Corridor Plan

The comment period for the corridor design alternatives has closed.  Thanks to all who responded.  We received 1,276 visits and a total of 196 survey responses and comments. Click here to view the survey results. We will be updating the public participation link (see below) to include a summary of the survey results and comments we received. Keep checking in though, as the preferred design alternative will be released sometime this fall! 

Welcome to the East Missoula-Highway 200 Corridor Plan project!  Please continue to visit this site for periodic updates, notice of upcoming public meetings, and related information.

The Missoula Metropolitan Planning Organization is working on a Corridor Plan on Highway 200 from Van Buren Street to Tamarack Road.  The Corridor Plan will address Highway 200 east of Missoula in three segments:  East Missoula Segment (from I-90 to Brickyard Hill), East Broadway Segment (from Van Buren Street to I-90, and ShaRon-Marshall Segment (from Brickyard Hill to Tamarack Road). 

Important upcoming dates:

July 31: Deadline for public comments on design alternatives

October: Preferred alternative released for public review and Open House

January: Draft plan released for public comment

February: Plan approval

Project Documents:

Project Information:

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Design Alternatives:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For help navigating design concepts, view our video series below!

 

Introduction: Navigating Design Alternatives

Corridor-Wide Alternatives

Van Buren Focus Area

Railroad Crossing & 1-90 Focus Area

East Missoula Focus Area

Sha-Ron/Marshall Focus Area

Project Contact:

Contact Anne Cossitt at acossitt@wgmgroup.com or 1111 E Broadway St, Missoula, MT 59802 for additional questions/comments, or to get on our email list. 

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