Democrats and Republicans say the state should play a role in addressing deteriorating roads, bridges and sewer and water infrastructure throughout Montana. Link — http://www.dailyinterlake.com/article/20161225/ARTICLE/161229888
Poll: By a 5:1 margin, Montana voters support legislation that would cap the Coal Tax Trust Fund at a balance of $1 billion and have future funds invested in critical infrastructure projects around the state (69% support, 14% oppose). Link — http://www.bigskybusiness.com/index.php/business/montana-business/4640-what-are-montanans-thinking
A clean and reliable water source for drinking, cooking, growing food, and basic hygiene needs provides the foundation for healthy communities and vibrant economies. According to the Montana chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Montana has over 5,300 miles of water distribution and transmission piping – a longer stretch than driving from Billings […]
The Montana Department of Transportation has an annual budget of over $710 million. Over $390 million of that money comes from the Federal government by way of grants through the Federal Highway Administration. The monies from the Feds are doled out on a project-by-project basis with the State of Montana responsible for approximately 13 percent […]
The Montana Department of Transportation recently announced that routine bridge inspection had discovered “separation between the concrete deck and the … concrete beams at the end spans of both bridges” at the intersection of I-15 and I-90 at the East Butte interchange.
The Montana Infrastructure Coalition presented the coalition’s goals to Butte officials Monday July 11 that illustrated the need to direct more money to local roads, sewers and other public infrastructure in Montana. If you didn’t know, the Montana Infrastructure Coalition began this spring of 2016, after a $150 million bill funding infrastructure and building projects […]
FOR IMMMEDIATE RELEASE: Montana Infrastructure Coalition Lays Groundwork for Future In conjunction with national Infrastructure Week, the Montana Infrastructure Coalition created a Research and Policy Committee to analyze the most effective funding methods for future infrastructure investment. All options will be on the table to develop a consensus funding package in the next legislative session […]
FOR IMMMEDIATE RELEASE: Montana Infrastructure Coalition launches campaign. After over a year of informal discussions following the 2015 Legislative Session, representatives from over 50 industry, labor, and trade associations, local governments and business entities formalized the Montana Infrastructure Coalition (MIC). The MIC will help drive constructive dialogue in Montana about the importance of investment in […]