- Truck-Weight Education and Outreach Program
- November 14, 2013 - Mandan
- Nobember 19, 2013 - Williston
- November 25, 2013 - Dickinson
- December 3, 2013 - Minot
- December 5, 2013 - Washburn
- December 13, 2013 - Jamestown
- December 19, 2013 - Devils Lake
The North Dakota Truck-Weight Education and Outreach Program addresses concerns from state, county, city and township transportation authorities regarding damage from heavy trucks. Explanations are provided which explain road weights during various times of the year. The program promotes voluntary truck-weight compliance, to reduce damage to public roads and highways from overweight vehicles. The goal is to provide information and explanations to attendees on how to haul the most legal weight, without violating the truck-weight laws. How you configure your truck, with proper axle spacing and tire size makes a difference.
- NDDOT Transportation Public Input Meetings
Apr. 2010 and statewide meeting held May 17, 2010 – The North Dakota Department of Transportation has initiated a study to develop consensus on the levels of service state and local systems should provide. As part of this process, eight regional public input meetings have been scheduled to discuss that topic as well as current and future levels of federal, state, and local road funding; and the state's Highway Performance Classification System and how a similar system might be used by local governments to prioritize roadway services.
- Roundabout Open House
Oct. 23, 2008, West Fargo, ND – An event to introduce motorists, local officials, law enforcement personnel and local roads experts to roundabouts, a form of intersection that improves traffic flow, fuel efficiency and safety.
- Transportation Needs & Funding Decisions
If transportation is important to you, you need to be involved in future decision-making processes concerning related projects, programs, and funding. You need to arm yourself with the facts and voice your opinions to local, state, and federal elected officials and transportation planners. They need to hear from you!