Three more nights of travel and the Conoco unit is 9 miles inside the Montana border. What a cluster-f@$$ that haul is. The traffic control is extremely
unorganized and the ISP involvement is sketchy at best. Without going into details, I experienced such a bizarre encounter with the module that means
either they are completely disorganized, or there was a calculated effort to create a situation where observers could be painted as making trouble. Either
way, safety was thrown out the window.
Think again if you have any notion that their plan means anything. They are winging it and whatever is written on a piece of paper is worth less than the
paper and ink. Whether that is what their planned pullouts are, how they will (mis) manage traffic, and complying with their 10/15 minute rule. They pretty
much have control of the highway and will do what they see fit to get their move done. You can sit and wait as long as it takes.
Hopefully Exxon really is having second thoughts and is figuring out a way to
use the freeways.
Some megaloads will bypass U.S. 12
There is no word on how they are going to proceed with the next step. Supposedly module #2 is going to cross Idaho and meet #1. However the multiple delays are requiring them to come up with a new "plan", for as worthless as those are.