This map indicates the route of the Omega Morgan megaload shipments through Oregon, Idaho, and Montana. The “Monster Truck” pins on the map indicate each load’s reported location as of January 24.
ODOT has issued the permit for Megaload #3. If you would like to help block its movement out of the Port of Umatilla, click here to join the rapid response network.
The first two megaloads were reported to be in Choteau, MT several days ago. Where are they now? Check the media updates, weather information and road conditions listed below for the latest information. Twitter users: if you see a megaload, please help us track it by tweeting its location using the #megaload hashtag.
If allowed to pass, these shipments are eventually to arrive in Alberta as part of an expansion of the Alberta tar sands project. Of course, these beasts should not be allowed to pass. To find out more about how you can impede the progress of this and other destructive projects like it, click here. If you’d like to get involved in organizing Portland-based actions, check Action Alerts, PRT Facebook, and/or email megaload (at ) portlandrisingtide.
Latest Media Updates
- ITD and IRU respond to Highway 12 management decision
- Megaload Rule Change Finds Backing of Idaho Senate Transportation Committee
- ITD releases statement regarding new megaload plan
- Megaload rule change finds backing of Senate Transportation Committee
- Mega-load shipment to cross state on I-20 overnight Tuesday
- ‘Megaload‘ Settlement Bans New Big Truck Loads on Scenic Idaho Road
- ‘Megaload‘ lawsuit settled in Idaho
- Forest Service, environmental groups settle megaload lawsuit
- Megaloads can move – slowly
- ‘Megaload‘ settlement bans new big shipments on Idaho road
- Settlement Governs Big Truck (Megaload) Usage of Idaho Highway
- Idaho Tribe, Feds Reach Deal To Block ‘Megaload‘ Shipments
- ‘Megaload‘ settlement bans new big truck loads on Idaho road
- Megaload settlement: Some oversize trucks OK, but no more megaloads on scenic Highway 12
- Forest Service, Environmental Groups Settle Megaload Lawsuit