Water still over number of ND roads
A number of North Dakota roads are closed or have reduced speeds due to water on them, according to a press release issued this morning.
Water is on Highway 200, 9 miles east of Hurdsfield, near mile marker 267. Traffic control is in place and speeds are reduced, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.
The following road and lane closures are in place throughout North Dakota:
- Highway 5, twelve miles south of Pembina. Motorists should use alternate route.
- Highway 66, one mile east of Drayton. Motorists should use alternate route.
- Highway 54, between I-29 and Oslo, Minn. Local traffic is allowed. Traffic control in place.
- Highway 17 Red River crossing, 11 miles east of Grafton.
The following highways have water on them but remain open to traffic:
- I-29 southbound road, 14 miles north of Manvel, is reduced to a single lane. Traffic speeds are reduced
- Highway 32, 6 miles north of Lisbon has water near the road. Motorists should use caution.
- Highway 1, 5 miles southwest of Ludden on the North Dakota-South Dakota border. Traffic control is in place, speeds are reduced.
The following highways are reduced to one lane due to levee construction:
- Highway 11, 4 miles south of Forman has a temporary gravel surface. Traffic control is in place. Speeds reduced to 15 mph.
- Highway 18, 9 miles south of Lidgerwood has a temporary gravel surface. Traffic control is in place. Speeds reduced to 15 mph.
- Highway 13, near LaMoure. No oversize or overweight loads allowed from LaMoure to Edgeley.
- Highway 11 at Lidgerwood. No oversize or overweight loads allowed.