Construction starts July 6 from Fox Farm to Marketplace
The Montana Department of Transportation is beginning construction on the Fox Farm/Ulm project July 6.
The project will continue through September and construction on the main roadways will take place Monday through Friday 7 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Beginning Monday, United Materials will resurface a section of I-15 stretching from Ulm north to the Emerson Junction Interchange. Traffic will flow on a single lane in each direction and speeds will be reduced. This portion of the project will last only a few weeks and no complete closures of I-15 will be required.
Although the second smallest interstate in the country, I-315 is a main thoroughfare in Great Falls, according to MDT. This well-traveled road will also be resurfaced between I-15 and the intersection of Fox Farm Road through the Fox Farm/Ulm project. The guardrail will be replaced in key areas and the left-turn lane at the intersection of Country Club Boulevard and Fox Farm Road will be lengthened to accommodate increased traffic and alleviate congestion.
All eight of the I-315 ramps will be resurfaced this summer, requiring complete ramp closures.
Construction on the ramps will take place at night between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. To allow for better traffic flow, two ramps will be closed at a time, each taking a few days to complete. Access to area businesses will remain open during regular business hours.
Residents and businesses can sign up for weekly project updates by sending a request to email@example.com, subscribe to text alerts by texting PAVEGF to 41411 and visiting the project website.
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