No travel advisory lifted near Ashley; I-29 south of Fargo down to one-lane trafficThe North Dakota Department of Transportation has lifted the no travel advisory on N.D. Highway 3 south of Ashley. There are some areas where water is on the roadway so motorists are asked to use caution.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation has lifted the no travel advisory on N.D. Highway 3 south of Ashley. There are some areas where water is on the roadway so motorists are asked to use caution.
Earlier, the DOT lifted the no travel advisory for N.D. Highway 11 west of Ellendale east to N.D. Highway 1.
The McIntosh County Sheriff's Office also issued a no travel advisory this afternoon for all county roads and secondary/gravel roads for at least the next 48 hours, effective 11 a.m. today.
DOT has reduced Interstate 29 traffic to one lane 24 miles south of Fargo due to water on the roadway. Flaggers and signs will be present to control traffic.
The old N.D. 10 railroad underpass is closed near Casselton between the N.D. 18 and Lynchburg Exit due to water on the roadway. Travlers are asked to use alternate routes.
In LaMoure County, 56th Street Southeast between Highway 281 and Adrian is washed out.
The LaMoure County Sheriff's Department said this morning that it has lifted the no travel advisory for LaMoure County, however, motorists should note that many county and township roads still have water over them and caution should be used when traveling. The public is also asked to report any flooded roads in the county to the LaMoure County Sheriff's Department.
Other road information issued this morning:
* DOT has closed N.D. Highway 49 from Interstate 94 to Beulah due to water on the roadway.
* Water is no longer going over the roadway on N.D. Highway 1804 at the junction of Moffitt Road and the Emmons County Line.
* N.D. Highway 18 in Wyndmere is closed due to water on the roadway.
* Dickey County road 8 approximately 11 miles north of Fullerton and Dickey County road 3 between Highway 281 and Oakes is closed due to flooding, according to Charlie Russell, Dickey County emergency manager.
All travelers are encouraged to monitor road conditions, reduce traffic speeds as weather conditions occur and use caution while traveling. For up-to-date road information, call 511 from any type of phone or go to the Web site: www.511.nd.gov for road and weather conditions.