The regions hardest hit by record rains and flooding are finally beginning to dry out. Here are the latest closures and exceptions for commercial traffic in the area.

Slowly but surely, the flood waters in Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas are receding and we’re crossing exceptions off our list in Telogis Navigation.

The following is the current listing of damaged or closed roads that are still affected by flood waters. All exceptions have been added to Telogis Navigation, but please encourage your teams to use the feedback button to let us know about any other closures or flood-related road conditions they’re experiencing.

Stay safe out there.

The latest road conditions by county as of 4:00pm Central Time on Monday, June 8 are:


US-71 / US-59 – Closed between Ashdown & Texarkana, AR

AR-23 Closed North of Cass . Large cracks have formed in the northbound and southbound travel lanes.


Cherokee County

SH-80 is closed to through traffic about four miles west of Hulbert between SH-51 and US-62. This roadway remains under water. Once flood waters recede, crews will clean up the area and assess the road surface before reopening it to traffic.

Grant County

SH-11 between US-81 in Medford and SH-132 is open to one lane with traffic signals.

Johnston County

US-377/SH-99 is closed to through traffic just south of Tishomingo. Traffic is detoured on SH-1/SH-22 through Ravia and US-177/SH-199.

SH-22 is closed to through traffic between SH-78 and Nida.

Kingfisher County

SH-33 is closed about three miles west of the SH-74F junction near Cashion. This closure is expected to last several more weeks while a contractor finishes a nearby bridge construction project.

Kiowa County

SH-54 is closed to through traffic just south of SH-9 near Gotebo after flooding damaged a construction detour near an ongoing project. Traffic is detoured using SH-19 to US-183 to SH-55.

Leflore County

US-270 is closed between Wister and Heavener and US-271 at Wister. Signs are in place and traffic will be detoured to Poteau and Heavener.

SH-1 is closed between US-271 and US-259 through the Ouachita National Forest.

Marshall County

SH-199 is closed at the Ft. Washita bridge about five miles west of SH-48.

McCurtain County

SH-259A is closed in Beaver’s Bend State Park.

SH-87 is now OPEN between the Arkansas state line and US-259.

US-259 is closed at the Red River on the Texas side. Drivers must find an alternate route traveling into Texas.

Pottawatomie County

SH-102 is closed between SH-9 and SH-59B.

Pushmataha County

US-271 is open to one lane south of Clayton as a contractor continues making repairs to shore up severe erosion after heavy rains in May damaged both the roadway and the road bed.


Bailey County:


0.912 Miles West of US0084 on US0070 to 0.841 Miles West of US0084 on US0070 – Water over roadway.

Brazoria County:


21.12 Feet East of FM0762 on FM1462 to 10.56 Feet East of FM0521 on FM1462

FM 1462 total closure from FM 762 to FM 521. Water over all travel lanes and high water Oyster Creek.

Coryell County:


1166.88 Feet South of PR0014 on SH0236 – The roadway is closed due to flooding.

Garza County:


2.541 Miles East of FM0212 on FM1313 to 2.66 Miles East of FM0212 on FM1313 – Water over roadway.

Henderson County:


2.15 Miles South of FM0764 on FM1667 to 3.057 Miles South of FM0764 on FM1667 – Water over roadway.

Hidalgo County:


0.767 Miles North of FM2812 on FM0493 to 2418.24 Feet North of FM2812 on FM0493 – Water over roadway.

Johnson County:


8.456 Miles West of SH0174 on FM0916 to 8.244 Miles West of SH0174 on FM0916 – Water over roadway.

Liberty County:


2.848 Miles South of US0090 on FM0563 to 2.933 Miles North of FM0770 on FM0563 – Low water crossings are flooding.


322.08 Feet South of US0090 on FM2684 to 1.408 Miles South of FM3361 on FM2684 – Low water crossings are flooding.


0.616 Miles West of FM2684 on FM3361 to 47.52 Feet West of FM2684 on FM3361 – Low water crossings are flooding.

Madison County:


0 Feet North of SH0021 on FM2548 to 0 Feet North of SH0021 on FM2548 – Water over roadway.

Montague County:

FM1806 – 2.922 Miles West of US0081 on FM1806 to 1045.44 Feet West of US0081 on FM1806

FM1806 behind the Old Bowie Lake is open and motorist should use caution until low water crossing can be repaired. No detour in place.

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