Montana Department of Transportation Hosting Open Houses to Discuss US 191 Corridor Study

U.S. 191 Corridor Study

You are invited to stop by one of two open houses to discuss the U.S. 191 Corridor Study. 

The Montana Department of Transportation, in partnership with the Federal Highway Administration, local jurisdictions, resource agencies and the public, is developing a corridor study of U.S. Highway 191 between Four Corners and Beaver Creek Road south of Big Sky. 

The purpose of the U.S. 191 Corridor Study is to develop a comprehensive long-range plan for managing the corridor. The study will address feasible improvement options to address safety, operational, and geometric concerns within the study area.

The open houses are an opportunity for stakeholders, adjacent land owners, and other members of the public to speak directly with project staff to have their questions answered while learning about the corridor planning process.

To better serve local residents and roadway users, the open houses will be held in two locations. The format of each open house will be the same. You are welcome to attend whichever day and location is most convenient for you. Dates and locations include:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 28 from 3-6:30 p.m. at the Gallatin Gateway Community Center, 145 Mill St. in Gallatin Gateway
  • Wednesday, Jan. 29 from 3-6:30 p.m. at the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center, 45465 Gallatin Rd. in Big Sky

For more information about the study, click here.