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Expect Delays at Reserve Street Intersections Through Thursday Morning

The City of Missoula says drivers may expect some traffic delays at the intersections of Reserve and South and Reserve and Brooks starting Wednesday night through Thursday morning due to manhole repair work.

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Bridge Inspection to Close North Lane of Russell [AUDIO]

Bridge inspection to close the northbound lane of Russell.

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Upgrading Curve Warning Signs

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The Montana Department of Transportation will be upgrading the horizontal curve warning signs in parts of Western Montana.

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New Montana Permits Issued For Megaload Shipments

Montana officials have started issuing permits to an Exxon Mobil subsidiary to ship about 300 loads of oversized oil refinery equipment over interstates 90 and 15 to the northern border.

Duane Williams of the state Department of Transportation sai

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Child Passenger Safety Week- This Week

The Montana Department of Transportation is joining with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and communities across Montana to commemorate child passenger safety, this week. State highway traffic safety officer, Pricilla Sinclair says  the MDT  is urging

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Montana Transportation Department Director Resigns

The governor's office says that the Montana Department of Transportation Jim Lynch has resigned.

A Thursday release says that a replacement has already been found — and named.

Current DOT employee Tim Reardon will now lead the agency. Reardon has been the agency's chief legal counsel since 1994 and held various state posts prior to that.

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Judge Stops Transport Of Megaloads Through Western Montana

A judge has upheld a request by Missoula County and three conservation groups to stop Imperial Oil/Exxon Mobil from transporting massive oilfield equipment modules through western Montana.

District Judge Ray Dayton of Anaconda issued his decision late Tuesday afternoon to partially grant a preliminary injunction against the Montana Department of Transportation and Imperial Oil/Exxon Mobil.

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