I-90 Open, Rapid City Travel Advisory Lifted, Rapid City Regional Airport Open

RAPID CITY, S.D. –

10:45 a.m. Update:

The Pennington County Sheriff Office has lifted the no travel advisory for Pennington County. Crews will continue to work as some secondary roads remain unplowed, snow-packed and ice covered. They advise travelers to use discretion throughout the day as plows continue to work.

9:30 a.m. Update:

The Rapid City Police Department has lifted the no travel advisory for Rapid City. Although, some streets will remain impassible while crews continue to clear residential side streets.

Rapid City Regional Airport is now open with plans to continue snow removal operations throughout the day.

9:00 a.m. Update:

The South Dakota Departments of Transportation and Public Safety have opened Interstate 90 from Wyoming to Chamberlain in both directions.

8:00 a.m. Update:

The South Dakota Department of Transportation has opened to traffic on Interstate 90 from the Wyoming state line to Rapid City.

Officials say the roadway opened at 7:45 a.m. MST. The interstate from Rapid City to Chamberlain remains closed while crews continue to clear the roads.

According to South Dakota Public Safety’s twitter page, officials remind drivers that “open roads are not clear roads” and caution should still be used.

Check safetravelusa.com for the latest no travel advisories and closures.

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