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A variety of computer tools are being used by UDOT to serve diverse maintenance management needs. Many of the tools are individually tailored for a specific purpose and lack the functionality to share data with other applications. This has resulted in the establishment of numerous databases which are...

 
Gravel Shortage Options (Dec 1996, MPC-96-65)

Some North Dakota counties are facing a shortage in quality gravel. Other counties may experience the same problem in the near future. Gravel pits in the state are scarce and counties consume substantial amounts of gravel for a large portion of their roads. Obtaining gravel from distant sources leaves...

 
Rural Road Condition Survey Guide (Jul 1995, MPC-SD95-16-G1)

This Guide has been developed to help provide a consistent means of assessing rural roadway conditions, both within a county and statewide. The roadway evaluation methodology described in this Guide will provide county highway agencies with a uniform and consistent means of defining pavement and roadway...

 

The objective of this study is to estimate the potential efficiencies gains from short line operation of branch lines in North Dakota. Cost and revenue estimates are developed in the study for three potential short line networks on Burlington Northern's system.

 

The general objectives of this study were to: 1) evaluate the status of intergovernmental communications, cooperation, and coordination among the state, counties, cities, and townships relative to road program management; 2) examine the physical condition of North Dakota's road network to assess repair...

 

The extent of the county and rural road system indicates the breadth of the potential management problems that may arise over the entire local system. In a state like North Dakota where geographic and economic disparities among regions are often pronounced, issues or problems facing local transportation...

 

Cooperation among jurisdictions and consolidation of programs is one method by which economies may be gained, thereby either reducing costs or upgrading quality of programs. One such consolidation which may be considered is the merger of road programs at the local level. Such a consolidation has been...

 
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