The Mississippi Highway patrol has unveiled a new map of the state, and now everyone who wants to see it has to register.
It’s part of a campaign called “Highway90,” which is meant to promote the state’s highway safety.
Mississippi has been in a state of emergency for more than three weeks.
This week, the state will go through a process of rolling back restrictions on the state roads that have been in place since a massive flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey.
“The Highway 90 map will serve as a guide to the road conditions that will be experienced during this week’s road closures,” the state said in a press release.
The map features the names of road closures that are being implemented by the state.
The highway has been the subject of numerous lawsuits.
The Mississippi Department of Transportation said the state “has taken steps to make the highway safer and will continue to work to restore and maintain the Highway 90 road network.”
Here are some highlights from the map: The state’s road network will remain open.
The Highway Patrol will continue its patrols on the Highway 91 bridge in the city of Biloxi.
The state will continue enforcing the highway closures on Interstate 45 in Jefferson City, Miss.
There will be no tolls on the Interstate 70 bridge in Jackson, Miss., which has been closed to traffic since Tuesday.
The U.S. Highway Patrol and the Mississippi Department Of Transportation are planning to roll back the closure on the Mississippi River, which is expected to remain open through Friday.
The highways in the Mississippi Delta will remain closed.
Drivers who have an active driver’s license in Mississippi will still be able to drive on the interstate.
The Interstate Highway 80 bridge in Biloxia will remain opened to traffic through Friday, according to the state highway patrol.
There is no toll on the U.F.O. bridge in Newnan, Miss.; the bridge is expected a week after its closure.
The roadways in the state of Mississippi are still under state of repair.
“We continue to monitor the condition of the highways, and the state continues to make necessary repairs to ensure safety and the health and safety of the public,” the Mississippi highway patrol said.