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MONTANA INCIDENTS AND CLOSURES REPORT FROM THE MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
RELAYED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
330 AM MDT SAT AUG 02 2014

Montana Department of Transportation
Road Closure Report
August 02, 2014 at 03:25 AM

MT-38
DALY CREEK TO SKALKAHO FALLS
Road Closed
WILL REMAIN CLOSED FOR SEASON

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                                Montana Department of Transportation
                                           Incident Report
                                     August 02, 2014 at 03:25 AM

          This is a list of incidents on Montana`s state-maintained highways. Montana
          Department of Transportation personnel along with law enforcement and other
          necessary officials are working to take care of these incidents.

          US-12 APPROXIMATELY 17-20 MILES EAST OF TOWNSEND
          BRIDGE REPLACEMENT starting on July 31, 2014 at 12:30 PM
          BEGINNING FRIDAY AUGUST 1ST AT 5:00 PM TO MONDAY AUGUST 4TH AT 7:00 AM US-12
          WILL BE CLOSED BETWEEN TOWNSEND AND WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS (DEEP CREEK CANYON
          AREA). THROUGH TRAVELERS SHOULD CHOOSE AN ALTERNATE ROUTE.
              Expect road closure

          MT-38 SKALKAHO PASS
          SLIDE MP 18.6 starting on May 23, 2014 at 10:15 AM
          THERE HAS BEEN A SLIDE ON SKALKAHO PASS MILEPOST 18.6. THE ROAD IS CLOSED
          BETWEEN MILEPOST 17 - 21.3. THE DURATION OF THE CLOSURE IS INDEFINITE.
          TRAVELERS CAN TRAVEL THE HAMILTON SIDE FROM THE JUNCTION WITH US-93 TO DALY
          CREEK (MP 0 - 17) AND FROM THE PHILIPSBURG SIDE FROM THE JUNCTION WITH MT-1 TO
          SKALKAHO FALLS. CREWS ARE WORKING TO REPAIR THE SLIDE AREA AND UPDATES WILL BE
          PROVIDED AS CONDITIONS CHANGE.
              Expect road closure



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