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  • Posted: Jan 7
    Asset management (specifically pavement management) has been in development since the 1960s. These plans help roadway managers make key decisions on when and where to invest their limited budget on their roadways. Developing this plan can be time consuming. However, using existing data and having a strong leadership component is essential in building a useful asset management system that fits the size of the organization. After creation, these plans can be continually updated and continue to serve the organization in making good engineering decisions with their limited finances.
  • Posted: Dec 21, 2018
    Thanks to the fourth grade students who participated in our poster contest. These new superheroes are helping to get us all home safely every day. Way to go! Download the calendar today.
  • Posted: Dec 20, 2018
    The presentations from the 33rd Regional Local Roads Conference held October 17-18, 2018 in Rapid City, SD are now online.
  • Posted: Nov 30, 2018
    The November edition of Safety Talk walks you through the steps to make a tp-alcohol survival heater with 3 simple items.
  • Posted: Nov 20, 2018
    The National Center for Pavement Preservation is putting together a team of DOT leads that will review various preservation techniques to initiate the open conversation of peers across our 4-state region as a part of EDC-4.
  • Posted: Oct 17, 2018
    With winter weather comes snow fighting and with snow fighting comes fatigue. Unpredictable weather can lead to long difficult hours on the road with few breaks and little sleep. However, there are several things agencies and drivers can do to make sure crews are in good shape to combat Old Man Winter, maintain our roads, and get home safely.
  • Posted: Sep 24, 2018
    Staff from the NDSU's College of Business and Upper Great Plains Transportation Institute participated in the National Transportation in Indian Country Conference in Duluth, Sept. 17-20. More than 500 participants attended educational sessions and demonstrations focusing on safety, law enforcement, project management, transit, technology and innovation, planning, legislation and regulation, and maintenance and preservation.
  • Posted: Sep 18, 2018
    The National Transportation in Indian Country Conference is being held this week in Duluth. Todd Macalady and the Conference planning committee have put together a fantastic event.
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