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MONTANA INCIDENTS AND CLOSURES REPORT FROM THE MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
RELAYED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
430 PM MST SUN FEB 25 2018

Montana Department of Transportation
Road Closure Report
February 25, 2018 at 04:30 PM

MT-38
14 MILES EAST OF DALY CREEK TO 16 MILES WEST OF GEM MOUNTAIN
Road Closed for season

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MT-49
LOOKING GLASS - JCT WITH US-2 TO JCT US-89
Road Closed for season

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S-464
DUCK LAKE ROAD - BROWNING TO 12 MILES NORTH
Road Closed

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S-464
DUCK LAKE ROAD - 12 MILES NORTH OF BROWNING TO BABB
Road Closed

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S-471
THOMPSON PASS ROAD - 16 MILES WEST CONTINUING TO MT/ID STATE LINE
Road Closed for season
CLOSED

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US-212
BEARTOOTH HIGHWAY - WYOMING STATE LINE TO VISTA POINT
Road Closed for season
BEARTOOTH IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

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US-212
BEARTOOTH HIGHWAY - VISTA POINT TO LOWER GATE
Road Closed for season
BEARTOOTH IS CLOSED FOR THE SEASON

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US-89
FAIRFIELD TO CHOTEAU TO THE JCT WITH S-219 (PENDROY JCT)
Road Closed
ONE LANE OPEN FOR EMERGENCY TRAVEL

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US-89
THE PENDROY JCT TO DUPUYER
Road Closed

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US-89
TWO MEDICINE CREEK (SOUTH OF BROWNING) TO BROWNING
Road Closed
BLOWING AND DRIFTING

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US-89
BROWNING TO THE KIOWA JCT
Road Closed
BLOWING & DRIFTING

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US-89
THE KIOWA JCT TO HUDSON BAY DIVIDE
Road Closed
CLOSED FROM CUT BANK CR TO ST. MARY

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US-89
OVER THE HUDSON BAY DIVIDE TO ST. MARY
Road Closed
CLOSED FROM CUT BANK CR TO ST. MARY

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US-89
DUPUYER TO JCT MT-44
Road Closed
BLOWING AND DRIFTING

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US-89
JCT MT-44 TO TWO MEDICINE BRIDGE
Road Closed
BLOWING & DRIFTING

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                                Montana Department of Transportation
                                           Incident Report
                                    February 25, 2018 at 04:28 PM

          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.

          I-15 1 MILE N OF SUNBURST
          SEMI BLOCKING LANE starting on February 25, 2018 at 03:30 PM
          SEMI BROKE DOWN IN NB LANE OF I-15, BLOCKING TRAFFIC ON MEDIAN SIDE, TRAVELERS
          SHOULD SLOW DOWN AND USE CAUTION IN AREA
              Expect Reduced Speeds
              Expect Single Lane Traffic

          S-241 S-241 NORTH OF HARLEM FROM TURNER ALL THE WAY TO PORT OF TURNER
          LANES BLOCKED DUE TO SNOW DRIFTS ON S-241 starting on February 24, 2018 at
          10:50 AM
          THERE ARE SNOW DRIFTS WHICH ARE BLOCKING LANES THROUGH OUT S-241. SEVERE
          BLOWING AND DRIFTING. SINGLE LANE TRAFFIC IN SOME AREAS OF THE ROAD. PLEASE
          DRIVE WITH CAUTION
              Expect Reduced Speeds
              Expect Single Lane Traffic

          S-464 DUCK LAKE ROAD FROM BROWNING TO ST. MARY
          S-464 ROAD IS CLOSED starting on February 24, 2018 at 07:45 PM
          S-464 IS CLOSED DUE TO SEVERE BLOWING AND DRIFTING CREATING SNOW DRIFTS.
              Expect Road Closure

          S-213 S-213 NEAR JUNCTION WITH S-444
          SEVERE DRIVING CONDITIONS starting on February 24, 2018 at 03:00 PM
          SEVERE DRIVING CONDITIONS DUE TO BLOWING AND DRIFTING. TRAVEL NOT ADVISED AT
          THIS TIME

          US-191 4 MILES SOUTH OF MISSOURI RIVER - FRED ROBINSON BRIDGE
          MOBRIDGE SLIDES starting on March 08, 2016 at 10:00 AM
          UPDATE JUNE 2017; CONTINUED SLIDES ARE CAUSING HEAVING AND A ROUGH ROADWAY
          SURFACE FROM MILE MARKER 84 TO 90 - FROM FOUR MILES SOUTH TO 2 MILES NORTH OF
          THE MISSOURI RIVER.    TRAVELERS SHOULD EXPECT REDUCED SPEEDS AND POSSIBLE
          DELAYS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
              Expect Reduced Speeds
              Expect Delays



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