Forty-six percent of Montana adults 18 and older bicycled in the past 12 months, according to a recent study conducted by the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research at the University of Montana.
The Montana Department of Transportation awarded more than $143,000 in equipment grants for law enforcement jurisdictions to support Vision Zero, the initiative to eliminate deaths and serious injuries on Montana roads.
It started with an email from a 1450 KMMS-AM Listener encouraging everybody to drive with their headlight on to reduce accidents. So we called upon Sgt. Travis Munter of the Bozeman Police Department to ask if it was true, driving with headlights on would reduce collisions
The law, that officially goes into effect today, also allows gun owners with permits to carry loaded firearms openly on their own private property and also allows permitted gun owners from other states to carry them openly while visiting or traveling in Oklahoma.
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