MISSOULA — Crews are getting started on a road project in Missoula with maintenance work taking place at the South Avenue and Higgins Avenue intersection.
The project involves curb-to-curb milling of the deteriorated asphalt and placement of new asphalt around and through the intersection of South Avenue and South Higgins Avenue.
Work on South Avenue will begin at Ronald Street and move west to one-half block west of Higgins Avenue.
On Higgins Avenue, work will span the area one-half block north to one-half block south of South Avenue through the intersection.
City officials say that depending on the weather, the project should be finished in about three days.
The public can expect temporary detours and minimal delays during this time. However, drivers should use an alternate route if possible.
No parking is allowed between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Vehicles parked in the area during this time will be towed.
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