U.S. Hwy 2 – Culbertson Project Substantially Complete

Culbertson - The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) and Knife River Construction have substantially completed the U.S. 2 – Culbertson project.

The project reconstructed approximately one mile of US Highway 2 (US 2) in Culbertson, beginning west of 3rd Ave. W. and continuing east towards the Culbertson Museum. In addition to rehabilitating the roadway surface, crews installed new curb, gutter, storm drainage, sidewalks, and signage throughout the project area.

“We thank the public for their patience and support throughout this project,” said Pete Davies, MDT Glendive District Project Manager. “This project connects two recently constructed projects along US Highway 2 on either side of Culbertson as well as our project on MT Highway 16 and Broadway Ave. coming into Culbertson from the south.”

Improving Montana’s thousands of miles of state roads and highways is a vital component of Vision Zero. Vision Zero is an ongoing statewide collaboration among hundreds of agencies and organizations, with a goal of zero deaths and zero serious injuries on Montana’s roadways.

Crews may return later this year or next spring to complete signage and light pole installation, weather and other factors permitting. Traffic control will be in place as this work is completed and is expected to have minimal impact on the traveling public.

Members of the public can find more information on the project webpage: https://www.mdt.mt.gov/pubinvolve/us2culbertson.

Please direct questions or comments about the completion of the project or the public involvement process to Natascha Robinson at [email protected] or 406-282-4657.


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