DOT says some roads in state continue to have water on themThe North Dakota Department of Transportation said this afternoon that multiple roadways continue to have water on the roadway making travel dangerous in areas.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation said this afternoon that multiple roadways continue to have water on the roadway making travel dangerous in areas.
The following roads are closed due to water over the roadway:
* N.D. Highway 13 at the north junction of U.S. Highway 83
* N.D. Highway 18 at Wyndmere
* N.D. Highway 24 west of Solen
* N.D. Highway 49 south of Beulah at Knife River
* N.D. Highway 200 east of Hazen
* U.S. Highway 83 from the South Dakota border to Interstate 94
* N.D. Highway 1806 north of Watford City (Road open to local traffic only.)
* Old N.D. Highway 10 railroad underpass near Casselton, between N.D. Highway 18 and the Lynchburg exit
There is also water over the roadway, but traffic will still be allowed on:
* N.D. Highway 13 approximately 10 miles west of Wishek
* N.D. Highway 3 approximately 4 miles west of Ashley
* N.D. Highway 34 three miles east of Hazelton has water in the eastbound lane up to the centerline of the road. Traffic cones are in place.
* Interstate 29 at mile marker 39 – water is across the entire southbound lane
Four-lane highways that are down to a single, but traffic still allowed:
* Interstate 94 at mile marker 300 to 301 – water in the westbound driving lane. Traffic is reduced to one lane and speeds are reduced to 25 mph.
* Interstate 29 at mile marker 13 – water in the southbound lane is near the shoulder.
Traffic should reduce speeds as conditions warrant. 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.