A section of Interstate 94 near Hysham that was closed April 7 when a culvert collapsed has been reopened.
A new culvert 20 feet in diameter and made of structural steel plates was installed under the damaged section of I-94, about five miles west of Hysham, according to the Montana Department of Transportation.
The new culvert will provide a wider clearance at the top and bottom, MDT said in a release.
Some work remains at the site, including re-guarding ramps, cleaning, and repairing cattle guards. Milling and repaving of the ramps and a seal and cover also still need to be done. The work is to be completed by July 19, but traffic will not be detoured off the interstate.