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Reports on ID 75
ID 75
Between Old Highway 93 (7 miles north of the Shoshone area) and Old Highway 93 (17 miles south of the Bellevue area). Road construction work is in progress. Bridge construction work is in progress. The road is being repaved. A seal coat treatment has been applied. Look out for loose gravel on the roadway. The roadway is reduced to one lane. Look out for flaggers. A pilot car is in operation. Expect delays. Speed restrictions are in force. There is a width limit in effect. Expect 10 - minute delays. Speed limit 35 MPH. Width limit 14'0". From 7:00AM MDT to 5:00PM MDT on weekdays. Until September 2, 2020 at about 5:00PM MDT.
Between Prairie Creek Road and King Creek Road (16 to 17 miles north of the Ketchum area). Road construction work is in progress. Bridge construction work is in progress. The roadway is reduced to one lane. Look out for temporary traffic lights. Speed restrictions are in force. There is a width limit in effect. Speed limit 35 MPH. Width limit 11'0". Until October 31, 2020 at about 9:00PM MDT.
Between Redfish Lake Road (near Stanley) and Squaw Creek Road (5 miles south of the Clayton area). There is danger of a rock fall. Drive with extreme caution.
Between Redfish Lake Road (near Stanley) and Squaw Creek Road (5 miles south of the Clayton area). Look out for large animals on the roadway.
Between Robinson Bar Road (15 miles north of the Stanley area) and Slate Creek Road (15 miles south of the Clayton area). Road construction work is in progress. There is a width limit in effect. The roadway is reduced to one lane. There are alternating lane closures. Expect delays. Avalanche control work is in progress. Look out for flaggers. Width limit 14'0". Expect 15 - minute delays. Until August 30, 2020 at about 5:30PM MDT.
Between Thompson Creek Road (5 miles south of the Clayton area) and US 93 (20 miles north of the Clayton area). There is danger of a rock fall. Drive with extreme caution.
Between Thompson Creek Road (3 miles south of the Clayton area) and US 93 (20 miles north of the Clayton area). Look out for large animals on the roadway. Prepare to stop.