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Highway 85 between Watford City and Williston this summer will lead to converting the highway to a four- lane.


fi cked in the oil patch and a $40 million project last summer widened the highway on that stretch and im- proved safety by adding passing intervals in both direc- tions. Gov. Jack Dalrymple said the four-lane project re-


quires an additional environmental document. He said the state Department of Transportation is


completing a separate environmental document for the Federal Highway Administration in order to build a new Little Missouri River bridge on Highway 85 south of Watford City. The bridge has been reduced to one- lane traffi c ever since an over-height truck damaged the top support metal girders. “The Department of Transportation will keep to an


The 42 miles of highway are some of the most traf- The state’s plan to extend the passing lanes on U.S.


Thursday, April 5, 2012 ■ Page 5 Construction full speed ahead in oil patch


aggressive timeline again this year for road improve- ment projects in western North Dakota and through- out the state,” Dalrymple said. “The state is providing unprecedented funding for infrastructure improve- ments and we are committed to meeting the demands that come with rapid growth.” Other projects planned in the oil patch this sum-


Highway 2 north of Williston to the U.S. Highway 85 junction and east of Ray. ■ Widening and adding passing and turning lanes


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to N.D. Highway 23, east of New Town to N.D. 37. ■ Expanding N.D. Highway 22 north of Dickinson


mer: ■ Rebuilding and additional road repairs to U.S.


to the county line. ■ Adding turn lanes and passing lanes to N.D. High-


way 22, 12 miles north of Killdeer to Lost Bridge. ■ Widening and adding passing and turning lanes to N.D. Highway 22, from N.D. 73 to N.D. 23.


truck-reliever routes. ■ Rebuilding U.S. Highway 85 through Alexander


and continuing environmental work for truck bypass. Future projects under consideration include build- ing additional truck-reliever routes for the cities of Dickinson, New Town and Watford City.


■ Developing Williston’s temporary and permanent


Expo will be held at the 4 Bears Event Center


Keep checking us out at mhabakkenexpo.com We will be adding details of the expo regularly!


Office of Chairman Tex Hall 701.627.8100


Fred Fox


MHA Nation Tribal Energy Administrator 701.421.0391


Vendors contact Rhonda Packineau at 701.627.7538


Go to our website listed above to print off a vendor application or to register for the expo!


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