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The Montana Department of Transportation is planning work on the intersection of Kagy Boulevard and Sourdough Road “to address intersection-related crashes.”

MDT is seeking public comment for a proposal to add a stoplight and work on other improvements to the Kagy and Sourdough intersection. Work is tentatively scheduled for 2023, according to a news release, depending on availability of funds and designing the project.

The intersection in southeast Bozeman has divided traffic lanes and is right as Kagy Boulevard goes up a hill. Other proposed work includes Americans with Disabilities Act upgrades to the sidewalks.

The work will require new right-of-way and relocating utilities, according to the release. MDT will contact affected property owners in advance of any land surveying work or construction.

Residents can provide public comment at mdt.mt.gov.

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