North Dakota Regional Report

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Cal Klewin, Executive Director, Theodore Roosevelt Expressway AssociationNorthern Task Force Meeting on April 2, 2012, Billings, MT

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  • I attribute this information the Ports to Plains Alliance Federal Policy adviser Jack Schenendorf I always thought this was very interesting the vision of our past leaders.
  • North Dakota Regional Report

    1. 1. 33 Northern Taskforce Billings, MontanaMonday, April 2, 2012
    2. 2. Williston BasinThe Bakken & Three Forks Formations
    3. 3. Federal Role in TransportationSince the earliest days of our republic infrastructure development hasbeen recognized and supported by leaders.The First Congress passed the Lighthouses Act of 1789 to regulate andencourage commerce and trade. The states had previously controlledand funded lighthouses. The Lighthouse Act of 1789 extended federalcontrol and funding and recognized the need for the safe and easymovement of goods and people.
    4. 4. Energy IndustryContinues To Grow ALL Routes in oil producing counties have increased traffic.
    5. 5. Traffic Increases*2010 statistics
    6. 6. WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA ENERGY CORRIDOR PROJECTSNDDOT moving forward on Super 2 Highway Concept onU.S. Highway 85. • Construction work includes additional turning lanes and passing lanes. • The ultimate goal is to reshape the roadway into an undivided four-lane highway.
    7. 7. WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA ENERGY CORRIDOR PROJECTS• 2010 Projects on US 85: – Belfield to Gorham Junction – Overlay = $3.16 million – North of Amidon – Overlay = $816,000 – North of Grassy Butte – Microsurfacing & pavement = $2.59 million – ND Highway 85 – Grading of North Unit Badlands = $8.6 million – Long X Bridge repair = $1.9 million – Near Long X Bridge – Microsurfacing = $1.05 million – Junction ND 200 N to Grassy Butte –Turn lanes = $536,000 – Various locations – Turn lanes & widening = $8.66 million – Gorham Junction N to Grassy Butte – Pavement = $6.34 million
    8. 8. WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA ENERGY CORRIDOR PROJECTS• 2011 Projects on US 85: – Junction US 85 & McKenzie CO 30 – Turn lanes & pavement = $1.3 million – Watford City W & N to Alexander – Widening, pavement, passing/ climbing lanes = $17 million – Alexander to Junction of US Highway 2 - Widening, pavement, passing/ climbing lanes = $15.84 million – 1 mile north of Long X Bridge – Slide Repair = $7.2 million (ER Funding) – US 85 & ND 23 intersections – 3 Interim traffic signals = $550,000
    9. 9. Traffic Reliever RoutesNDDOT is currently conducting a study on the feasibility ofconstructing traffic reliever routes at: Williston, Alexanderand Dickinson.Also discussing possibility of traffic reliever routes at:Watford City, New Town.
    10. 10. LONG X BRIDGELittle Missouri River
    11. 11. LONG X BRIDGELittle Missouri River
    12. 12. NDDOT Construction Program
    13. 13. NDDOT Projects inWestern North Dakota
    14. 14. Montana & South Dakota Partners Montana Highway 2 is acquiring access for a four lane from the North Dakota border to Bainville, Montana. South Dakota is working on completing Heartland Expressway to the Nebraska border andalso making application to have Theodore Roosevelt Expressway signage in place fromRapid City, South Dakota to the North Dakota border.
    15. 15. Thank You from the PTPAlliance Communities!

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