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Published June 23, 2013, 07:36 PM

North Dakota Highway 200 reduced to one lane of traffic

HURDSFIELD, N.D. – Due to flooding, the North Dakota Department of Transportation has reduced traffic to one lane on North Dakota Highway 200 about four miles west of here.

By: Forum staff reports, INFORUM

HURDSFIELD, N.D. – Due to flooding, the North Dakota Department of Transportation has reduced traffic to one lane on North Dakota Highway 200 about four miles west of here.

Speeds are reduced, and drivers must stop and take turns while traveling through the area.

The following highways remain open to traffic but have reduced speeds:

• North Dakota Highway 14, 12 miles north of Towner.

• U.S. Highway 83, nine miles north of Max (temporary grade raise in place with single lanes of traffic in both directions).

• North Dakota Highway 53, near Benedict.

• North Dakota Highway 200, four miles east of Hurdsfield (temporary grade raise in place with a single lane of traffic).

Fluctuating water levels make it difficult to predict when and where water will go over a roadway or recede from the roadway. The NDDOT encourages drivers to check road conditions before traveling.

For updated road information, call 511 or check out the Travel Information Map at www.dot.nd.gov.

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