I-90 reopens across South Dakota; No Travel Advisories still impacting some state highways

RAPID CITY, S.D. — The South Dakota Department of Transportation announced at 11 a.m. on Saturday that I-90 has been fully reopened across South Dakota.

While the interstate has reopened, SDDOT is reminding the public to be cautious while driving on the highway as snow removal equipment works to remove ice in the driving lanes. Travelers can expect ice-covered, slippery roads and snow covered shoulders. If you are traveling on these roads, it is advised to use extra caution and reduce travel speeds.

SDDOT also says that No Travel Advisories are still impacting state highways in central and south central South Dakota due to blockages of large snow drift, stranded vehicles and bridges completely plugged.

Before traveling, you can visit the South Dakota 511 website here or call 511 to get the latest updates on road and weather conditions.

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