Is Hwy 88 open to Tahoe?

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — One of the main highways leading to South Lake Tahoe has been reopened, officials announced Thursday. California State Route 88 through the Sierra from Kirkwood to Jackson has reopened as of just after 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 16, Caltrans announced on social media.

Is Mormon Emigrant Trail open today?

Mormon Emigrant Trail is closed. For more information, contact the Placerville Ranger Station, Phone: (530) 644-2324. More information can be obtained by going to the Eldorado National Forest website by clicking here.

Is Mormon Emigrant Trail open?

Is Mormon Emigrant Trail Road open?

Why is I 80 closed?

— I-80 remains closed in both directions between Laramie and Rock Springs. The closure between Laramie and Rawlins is due to “whiteout conditions caused by heavy snow and strong wind,” according to the Wyoming Department of Transportation . That section of the interstate is not expected to open until Tuesday afternoon.

Is I 80 still closed?

Access to I-80 from the Illinois 351 interchange (exit 77) also will be . All roads are expected to reopen by 5 a.m. Friday, July 9. This work is part of a larger $16.38 million project to replace beams and the deck on the bridges carrying I-80 over the Little Vermilion River east of the Illinois 351 interchange (exit 77). The

Is I 80 closed?

I-80 will be completely closed in one direction at a time as crews work to increase the clearance of the Magazine Street Overcrossing as part of the I-80 Six Bridges Project. From 11 p.m. Wednesday until 4 a.m. Thursday, all lanes of westbound I-80 will be closed between the I-780 interchange to the north and the SR-29 interchange to the south.

How to check road conditions?

1) Look up closures on transit apps. In many areas of North America, states or regions offer a free-to-use app through the 5-1-1 road information service. 2) Use a turn-by-turn navigation app. Many of these navigation apps update road and traffic conditions in real time. 3) Check the road conditions on the website of your local news. The website for your local news should provide up-to-date information on road closures and conditions. 4) Find out conditions on a local department of transportation website. The websites of regional or local departments of transportation usually include road condition information. 5) Use an online national road condition information service. Some countries have a national or international road condition information service. 6) Verify road conditions with a shipping website. Shipping and freight companies rely on accurate road information to transport things in a timely fashion. 7) Plan an alternate route when necessary. If the conditions are poor or certain roads closed, you’ll have to find a different route or stay home.