Bike paths to be prepped for mid-May paving

Century Companies, Inc. will be placing gravel on bike paths in preparation for paving bike paths mid-May. Please use caution as traffic will be shifted around the work zones. Expect gravel trucks entering and exiting the work zone. City trail users can expect upcoming grading work on sections of the city trail system. Century’s crews will be grading trails beginning at A Street and working towards the intersection Main Street by the Junior High School. Sections of trail will be closed while construction equipment is present. Please use alternate routes around the work zones.

Century’s concrete crews will continue work on sidewalk replacement from 13th Avenue to 10th Avenue. Additionally, Central Electric will have crews installing luminaire bases and poles in this vicinity. There should be no delays to traffic as a result of this work. Century’s concrete crew will be constructinga  new valley across 10th Avenue South in the coming week. This work will require a two-day closure of 10th Avenue South at the intersection with West Main Street. Traffic on Main Street at this location will not be impeded other than a possible lane shift.

At this time, Century Companies Inc. would like to remind motorists to always expect the unexpected when driving through work zones. Motorists are advised to watch for work crews, heavy equipment and reduced speed limits. Posted limits are enforced until signs indicate the work zone has ended. Fines will double in work zones.

Road construction plays a crucial role in maintaining safe roadways and travel throughout Montana. Century Companies Inc. asks that motorists practice patience when approaching construction zones. Travelers should expect delays and are encouraged to adjust their travel times accordingly. Century Companies Inc. is dedicated to expediting this project and apologizes for any inconvenience it may cause.

For questions or concerns, please contact Century Companies Inc. at 535-1200.



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