MDOT Roadway Information Update

JACKSON- The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) would like to inform motorists of

the following roadway information regarding the Mississippi River high flood waters.

US 49E Yazoo and Holmes County north of Eden has been removed from the list of probable future road closures.

“”It is important that everyone use this time we have in preparation for the crisis that is to come,” said Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall.

Below is a list of present road closures, probable and possible future closures, for MDOT maintained routes due to the Mississippi River flooding. This list will be updated continually and is subject to change if predicted water levels change. MDOT intends to keep all roads open until they become affected by high flood waters.


SR 465 – Warren & Issaquena County between US 61 & Eagle Lake – CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE


US 61 -Warren & Claiborne Counties- South of Vicksburg, North of Port Gibson, at the Big Black River crossing US 61 -Warren County – North of Vicksburg at the US 61/SR 3 intersection near Redwood US 61 -Warren County – North of Vicksburg at the US 61/SR 465 intersection north of Yazoo River Bridge near Redwood

SR 3 -Warren County – approximately 2.3 miles north of the US 61/SR 3 intersection. SR 3 – Yazoo County – Starting approximately 0.65 miles north of the SR 3/SR 433 intersection and continuing northward for 2 miles – near Satartia SR 16 / SR 149 (Old Hwy 49W) – Yazoo County – Whittington Auxiliary Channel near Wolf Lake to Yazoo River US 49W – Humphreys & Yazoo Counties – Wittington Auxiliary Channel South of Silver City to Yazoo River US 49E Yazoo and Holmes County north of Eden

“Disaster Preparedness Saves Lives and Property.” msema.orgSR 1 – Sharkey/Issaquena County – West of US 61 at the SR 1/SR 465 intersection SR 16/County Road 16 – Sharkey County – in the vicinity of Delta National Forrest SR 24 in Wilkinson County from Lake Mary Road to Fort Adams


SR 3 – Yazoo County – at Yazoo City

The Mississippi Department of Transportation is working in conjunction with the Corps of Engineers to provide accurate information regarding the high flood water at the Mississippi River. MDOT is continuously working to update survey data along with the Corps of Engineers who are updating their inundation maps to identify the affected roadways.

MDOT would like to remind motorists to visit the website at for a list of road closures and probable future closures due to flooding.

For the most up-to-date information in your area, please visit and sign up for your traffic alerts. Also, visit to get the latest traffic information from on your mobile device. MDOT advises the public to pull off the road to a safe location if you need to check the website while driving. MDOT’s number one concern is the safety of the traveling public. For more information, contact the MDOT Public Affairs Division at 601-359- 7074.

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