What do Good Roads Mean to You?
The third Tuesday in June is designated in Montana Code Annotated (MCA) as “Good Roads Day” when the people of Montana are asked to “contribute toward the improvement and safety” of Montana’s public roadways:
MCA 60-1-104. Good Roads Day. The third Tuesday in June is hereby designated "Good Roads Day". The governor may annually by public proclamation request the people of the state to contribute toward the improvement and safety of public highways. En. Sec. 11-101, Ch. 197, L. 1965; R.C.M. 1947, 32-4401.
Do this now by reviewing and commenting on Montana’s draft long-range policy plan update, TranPlanMT. TranPlanMT is focused on evaluating policy areas shaping the direction for operating, preserving, and improving Montana’s transportation system over the next 20 years. Once TranPlanMT is finalized, it will be used to guide all MDT decisions. Comments will be accepted until July 12, 2017.