Infrastructure Week 2018 is just around the corner!

Exciting news! The Montana Infrastructure Coalition and its partners, are participating in Infrastructure Week, a national advocacy and educational event, with its own May 14-18 tour across Montana.

The Infrastructure Week tour in Montana will consist of stops in 17 cities across the Treasure State. Each stop will include a presentation by the Montana Infrastructure Coalition and comments from local leaders about the importance and need for infrastructure improvement. The informational events will be held at locations at which infrastructure projects are underway, have already been completed, or are in need. Projects range from road improvements to water treatment plants. According to the 2014 American Society of Civil Engineers’ report card, Montana’s infrastructure is approaching a critical state of disrepair and earned a grade of C-. In addition,
a 2015 Bureau of Transportation Statistics report, indicated that 45 percent of Montana’s roads need repair.


Infrastructure Week – May 14-21, 2018 – is a week-long series of events raising awareness about why it is time to build better infrastructure.


More information about National Infrastructure Week can be found at