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MONTANA INCIDENTS AND CLOSURES REPORT FROM THE MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
RELAYED BY NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE GREAT FALLS MT
200 PM MST SUN FEB 01 2015

Montana Department of Transportation
Road Closure Report
February 01, 2015 at 01:45 PM

MT-38
SKALKAHO - JCT WITH US-93 TO DALY CREEK
Road Closed for season

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MT-38
DALY CREEK TO SKALKAHO FALLS
Road Closed for season

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MT-38
SKALKAHO FALLS TO JCT WITH MT-1
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-471
THOMPSON PASS
Road Closed for season

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US-212
BEARTOOTH HIGHWAY - WYOMING STATE LINE TO VISTA POINT
Road Closed for season

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US-212
BEARTOOTH HIGHWAY - VISTA POINT TO LOWER GATE
Road Closed for season

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                                Montana Department of Transportation
                                           Incident Report
                                    February 01, 2015 at 01:45 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.




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