Montana Business and Govt. Agency Collaboration Success

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Montana Dept. of Transportation June 2022 Newsline – New Bicycle & Pedestrian Coordinator

S helby Clark is MDT’s new bicycle/ pedestri-
an coordinator. She will serve as a contact
for bicycle and pedestrian safety information, assist
with design standards for bicycle/pedestrian facili-
ties, supply signs for bicycling events, provide bicy-
cle touring information, and coordinate training of
MDT and local staff in bicycle and pedestrian facility
design. Arriving from Alaska, Shelby joins the team
with a background in geography and ethnobotany.

Transforming Missoula’s Brooks Street Corridor

For more than 20 years, the City of Missoula has been considering how to transform Brooks Street from a highway commercial strip that emphasizes vehicular traffic to a multi-modal transportation route that is also friendly to buses, pedestrians, and cyclists.

For Vibrant U.S. Cities, Invest in Multi-Modal Transportation

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, offers U.S. states and cities the chance to invest in transportation systems that modernize infrastructure, expand access and mobility for all people in a community, improve public health and safety, and boost local economies.

6 Steps to Planning Complete Streets

Download this guide for practical guidance on improving safety, public health, and equity through more complete, multimodal-friendly streets.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 6-19-22

Here is our Top 12 for this week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle. And, sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.

Design firm set to begin master planning process for Midtown Missoula

The area has ample space for infill and room for vast transportation improvements to make it more pedestrian friendly. Brock said ECONorthwest will conduct a walking audit of the corridor.

The Economic Potential of the Great American Rail-Trail

The completion of a cross-country bike trail in old railroad corridors could add nearly a quarter-billion dollars a year to local economies.

Why investors suddenly care about saving the environment

Biodiversity loss could flatten corporate profits. Investors are scrambling to figure out which firms hold the most risk.

Hollywood hits the Mining City: Yellowstone prequel “1932” to film in Butte Civic Center from July 1 to January 15, 2023.

“We’re gonna have a spotlight on our community that we haven’t had and you can’t even pay for that kind of advertisement,” said Chief executive J.P. Gallagher.

Two Missoula firms seek state grant to hire 222 workers over next two years

Under the Big Sky grant, the jobs must pay at or above the county average wage, which is currently $22.83 an hour in Missoula County, according to the Missoula Economic Partnership.

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