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TRANSPORTATION SERVES YOU!

Bill Panos, Director NDDOT, says: “because of the excellent transportation system the NDDOT team delivers, in 2019 residents and visitors to North Dakota safely travelled 9.86 billion miles. All this travel allowed North Dakota’s farmers and ranchers to lead the nation in production of 9 agricultural commodities in 2019, allowed our oil & gas industry to help the country be energy independent as the Nation’s second leading oil producing state – averaging 1.2 M-barrels/day in 2020 and allowed tourists to visit our majestic state parks 1.3 million times in 2020.

To ensure we’re delivering world class transportation services, your NDDOT team tracks the following six emphasis areas.

Roads

Physical condition of your roads and bridges.

Types of Transportation

Do you have other methods to get where you want?

Available Roads

Can you get there on the route you want?

Travel Volume

Decrease Increase

How much traffic is on your highways compared to last year, in percent change?

Safety (Vision Zero)

Number of fatalities (people not crashes), year to date.

Customer Services

Index showing relative wait time for NDDOT services, including Drivers License, Motor Vehicle, and Snow/Ice Control.

Roads

Index showing relative overall physical condition of the State highway pavements and all bridges in North Dakota.

Alternative Transportation

Index showing relative availability of transportation methods to get you to where you want to go (including transit, rail freight, bicycle/walking/non-motirized, and highway movements).

Available Roads

Index showing relative availability of roads to get where you want to go, on the route you want to use.

Travel Volume

The percent change in traffic on roadways for the current year compared to last year, at the same time of year. Measured at all available automatic traffic recorders (ATR), which count all vehicles crossing in-pavement sensors 24/7/365.

Color Definitions

In all cases, the following qualitative definitions apply:

  • Poor - Service level does not meet expectations for the majority or all of the services rolled up to that index (i.e. targets are not being met).
  • Good but at Risk - Typically service levels meet expectations for all services rolled up to that index, but one or more are within a range that is uncomfortably close to the minimum expected value (i.e. targets are being met but should be monitored). It is also possible to reach this rating if most of the service levels significantly exceed the minimum expected level and one service level is slightly below the expected service level.
  • Good - Service levels exceed expectations for all services rolled up to that index (i.e. targets are being met).

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