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Work to Resume at Broadus Interchange in Miles City

Interstate lane closures begin Monday, Jan. 13, 2020 and are expected to remain in effect through Fall 2020.
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Posted at 10:56 AM, Jan 11, 2020
and last updated 2020-01-11 12:57:19-05

Construction is expected to resume at the Broadus Interchange early next week with demolition of the westbound bridge structure spanning S. Hanes Ave, according to a press release from the Montana Department of Transportation.

The bridgework is part of a multi-year effort to improve traffic operations and safety at the Broadus Interchange.

Oftedal Construction will close westbound lanes on I-94 near the Broadus exit in Miles City beginning Mon. Jan 13.

Westbound traffic on I-94 will be diverted to the eastbound bridge in preparation for bridge demolition activity.

The I-94 eastbound bridge will accommodate single-lane, two-way traffic and all exits will remain open.

Motorists on S. Haynes Ave should expect single-lane, one-way traffic controlled by portable signal during bridge demolition activities.

Travelers on I-94 are asked to prepare for reduced speeds and single lane traffic. Planning extra travel time is recommended.

A 16-ft width restriction will remain in place until Fall of 2020.

Interstate lane closures begin Monday, Jan. 13, 2020 and are expected to remain in effect through Fall 2020.

Westbound lanes on I-94 near the Broadus Interchange exit in Miles City.

The Montana Department of Transportation’s planned bridge replacement for Phase II of the Broadus Interchange Improvements.