A new map from the Montana Highway Patrol shows how much road damage is happening in the state.
In Montana, the number of crashes on Interstate 40 has more than doubled in the last six months.
The number of fatalities has also jumped from just over 100 in 2016 to more than 500 in 2017.
The Montana Highway Safety Network says that drivers are getting out of their cars and driving less, while the number and severity of injuries has remained constant.
The network reports that there were 7,639 fatal crashes in 2017, which is a 25 percent increase from 2016.
The fatalities have increased by 40 percent from 2016, while overall crashes have decreased by 29 percent.
The new map shows where roads have been the most affected by road conditions.
The map shows that the highways in Montana are the hardest hit by road traffic accidents, as drivers are now getting out and driving more, which can lead to more injuries and deaths.
The state has seen a 40 percent increase in fatal crashes since the start of 2017, with a total of more than 700 crashes in the past six months, according to the Montana highway safety network.
There have been more than 1,600 fatalities on the roads in the next six months alone.
It is a good thing, however, that drivers have started to take responsibility and not let the roads become unsafe.
We want to thank the Montana Transportation Department for making the mapping possible.
The report from the highway safety team also notes that the number, severity, and average number of injuries per day have remained stable.
There has also been a decrease in fatal collisions over the past year, which have decreased from 1,749 in 2016 and 1,636 in 2017 to 1,485 in 2017 and 1 the same as 2016.
There are a lot of changes that need to happen in order for Montana to be safer for everyone.
But we have to take them seriously.
We are going to keep doing our best.