The Montana Department of Transportation is well on their way to completing improvements on North Meridian Road. Crews have finished milling and paving the roadway and will shift their focus to raising manholes and installing signs in the week to come. During the week of Oct. 14, workers are scheduled to raise manholes and pouring concrete to set them. At the beginning of the project, the manholes were lowered so milling machines could safely remove the top layer of the roadway without any obstructions. Now that milling and paving is complete, the manholes will be raised back up to street level and set in concrete. Traffic will be shifted over a lane during both day and nighttime hours to allow the concrete to set. Drivers can expect delays of up to 5-10 minutes during nighttime working hours of 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. Nearby residents may hear some noise during that timeframe, but crews will work diligently to keep noise levels to a minimum. Drivers are asked to travel with caution in active work zones and abide by all directions from flaggers. For more information, please call 406-207-4484 or email email@example.com.