Highway, railroad reopen south of Glacier Park

By | August 22, 2015

The Daily Inter Lake reports that U.S. 2 along the southern edge of Glacier National Park reopened to traffic Saturday morning as did the BNSF Railway line through the Middle Fork Corridor. The highway and railroad had been closed since Thursday afternoon because of the Sheep Fire. Pilot cars will escort traffic on U.S. 2 between mile markers 177 and 185. Vehicles are not allowed to stop or park in this section and the speed limit has been reduced to 35 mph. Read the full story here.

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