How many cars will be stuck in Idaho?
Idaho’s state highway system has been under the constant threat of flooding this winter, with heavy rains flooding roads, making it impossible to safely drive.
As a result, Idaho drivers have been forced to rely on makeshift emergency road showers.
IOWA STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM The Idaho State Highway System, or IDHS, is the state’s main traffic management system.
The system has a total of 3,000 miles of state roads, but about 90% of the highways in the state are state roads.
The state has more than 40,000 registered drivers and more than 2.5 million vehicles per day.
Idaho has a population of more than 1.3 million people.
Idaho roads have been flooded twice this winter: in 2017 and 2018.
In the first of the two events, on June 1, 2017, the Idaho Highway Patrol and other agencies received a flood warning for a portion of Interstate 35W, which crosses the state.
As the rain moved through the area, the highway flooded to the north, and drivers in the area were forced to evacuate.
In the second incident, on March 25, 2018, a flood advisory was issued for Interstate 15 near White River Falls, which is also a state road.
The road was closed for the first time in more than 20 years due to flooding in the areas.
The most recent flooding occurred in the spring of 2019.
The storm system that year left behind a $1.4 billion damage bill.