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Governor Celebrates MDT's 100 Years

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The Governor was in the Magic City Thursday for the Montana Department of Transportation Billings District's 100th anniversary.

Governor Bullock stopped by the Bench Boulevard project. He says projects like these create jobs and show growth in the area. Workers gave Bullock an update on the project. The project's phase one costs $4 million.

"This is part of a long term strategy to say how can we take the largest city in Montana and make it that much more efficient and effective," Governor Bullock said. "So we want to make sure that we're partnering at the local level, at the county level, and with the communities to have the best products possible."

The Governor also stopped by the MDT's open house.

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