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Flathead Lake east shore/west shore corridor study summary report by Robert Peccia & Associates

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Other titlesFlathead Lake east shore west shore corridor study
Statementprepared for the Montana Department of Transportation, Highway Planning Bureau ; prepared by Robert Peccia & Associates
ContributionsMontana. Department of Transportation. Highway Planning Bureau
LC ClassificationsTE175 .R63 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination28 pages
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27003656M

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  The construction cost for the West Lake Corridor project – a new rail line and four new stations between Hammond and Dyer – is listed now at $ million instead of . West Shore Unit - Flathead Lake State Park MT Hwy 93 Lakeside MT Phone Number: Information: () May 1 - September October 1 - April Book Now. Description. Season Dates. Booking Window. Fees and Cancellation. General Rules. Visitor Photos Log In and Be the First to Upload a Photo. The Project corridor extends between Hammond and Dyer, Indiana. FTA Project Area "West Lake represents the first extension of commuter rail in northwest Indiana. We applaud the bi-partisan support received from the Indiana General Assembly, the commitment of our local partners, and regional leadership provided by the RDA. South Shore. The Lake's major tributaries are the Flathead and Swan Rivers. There are numerous small streams that flow into the Lake, particularly on the wetter East Shore. Maximum river flow in the Flathead generally occurs between May 15 and June 15 during peak snowmelt, creating a sediment plume that can cover the entire lake surface.