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 By Charity Watt    News    April 13, 2016

Montana Department of Transportation Seeks Comments on Montana Rail Grade Separation Study

Helena - The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) would like to notify the public and seek comments on the draft 2016 Montana Rail Grade Separation Study (RGSS), an update to the 2003 RGSS commissioned to address changing conditions and assess...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    December 23, 2015

DUI Patrols Are Out-And Fines Have Doubled

Helena – The Montana Department of Transportation and its law enforcement partners are reminding the public that minimum fines for DUI convictions doubled in 2015. The penalty for a first offense DUI is now $600 to $1,000 and up to six months of...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    August 27, 2014

Labor Day Enforcement Crackdown Adds Patrols to Target DUIs

One of the deadliest crimes committed in Montana may also be the most preventable. In Big Sky Country, the number of fatal crashes involving impaired drivers using alcohol and/or drugs continues to be nearly the highest in the nation. In an effort...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    August 20, 2014

Labor Day Enforcement Crackdown Adds Patrols to Target DUIs

One of the deadliest crimes committed in Montana may also be the most preventable. In Big Sky Country, the number of fatal crashes involving impaired drivers using alcohol and/or drugs continues to be nearly the highest in the nation. In an effort...

 

DUI Crackdown for 4th of July Holiday

The Montana Highway Patrol and other law enforcement agencies around the state will be out in force over the long holiday weekend to aggressively target drivers under the influence of alcohol and drugs. “Independence Day should be a family...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    May 28, 2014

Seat Belt Enforcement Hits High Gear - Annual "Click It, Don't Risk It" Campaign

Almost 50 law enforcement agencies across the state are adding patrols for the “Click It, Don’t Risk It” high-intensity traffic enforcement period May 19 through June 1. Motorists throughout Montana should be aware of heightened enforcement....

 
 By Charity Watt    News    October 16, 2013

Motorcycle Safety Classes Help Montanans Learn to Ride

Each year, starting in April and running through September, the Montana Motorcycle Rider Safety program offers three levels of motorcycle rider courses throughout the state. This year, the program offered 145 classes and served 1,362 students at 10...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    August 28, 2013

Celebrate the End of Summer Safely, Law Enforcement Warns Of Extra Patrols Over Labor Day Weekend

Summer is coming to an end, but before fall arrives, people will be enjoying Labor Day weekend. It is a time to enjoy the last days of summer and travel to see Montana sights. The Montana Highway Patrol (MHP) and local law enforcement agencies will...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    June 26, 2013

Law Enforcement Warns Drivers to Plan Ahead This 4th of July

Americans love to celebrate the Fourth of July with family, friends, food and fireworks, but too often alcohol turns the party into a tragedy, making this iconic holiday one of the most deadly times of the year on the nation’s roads. That’s why...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    June 19, 2013

Everyone Can Help Prevent Motorcycle Crashes

As of May 29, there have been six crashes and six fatalities involving motorcycles in Montana this year. These numbers represent 50 percent more deaths than in the same period in 2012. Montana has been experiencing an increase in motorcycle-involved...

 

Super Bowl Partiers Should Plan Ahead

One of the biggest party days of the year brings fans together to enjoy the 47th Super Bowl game on Sunday, February 3. If you are among those who will be joining friends at a local bar or house party, the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) a...

 
 By Charity Watt    News    December 12, 2012

Montana Department of Transportation Urges Montanans to be the “Jaws of Life” and Stop Impaired Driving

The end of a semester, a holiday party across town, bringing in a new year, all great reasons to celebrate this joyous season in Montana. But too often what should be an enjoyable night to remember on the way home becomes one that will never be...

 

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