One of Bozeman’s biggest priorities going forward is how to handle the housing expansion it needs to have, given the city is not currently serving its inhabitants to the best extent.
Featuring 550 parking spaces, the first parking garage on campus is now open to students, faculty and visitors of Montana State.
A major construction project to upgrade Kagy Boulevard, originally scheduled to be completed in 2017 or 2018, has been delayed for four to five years.
Preparations for the construction of the new parking structure on MSU began Oct 4. with the fencing off of the construction site.
It’s a notorious problem that has seemingly continued unabated due to the growth of Bozeman and enrollment at Montana State — a shortage of student housing.