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Polymer Deck Seals Scheduled to Begin on Pierre Area Bridges

A multi-location polymer deck seal project is scheduled to begin today, Friday, July 12, 2024, in Stanley, Haakon, Jackson, Brule, and Lyman Counties. Read More

Column Repair to Begin Under Rush Creek Bridge on S.D. Highway 20 in Harding County

On Monday, July 15, 2024, work will begin on a column repair project under the Rush Creek Bridge on S.D. Highway 20 located west of Buffalo. Motorists can expect lane closures at times through the work zones.Read More

Work Scheduled to Begin on Bridge Structure on S.D. Highway 13 North of Flandreau

Beginning Monday, July 15, 2024, work is scheduled to begin on a bridge structure located north of Flandreau on S.D. Highway 13.Read More

SDDOT Providing Interactive Virtual Engagement Opportunities for Tentative 2025-2028 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) will offer various virtual and in-person public engagement options for the Tentative 2025-2028 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Read More

Signing and Delineation Project Scheduled to Begin in Perkins County

On Tuesday, July 16, 2024, crews will begin a signing and delineation project in Perkins County.Read More

Milling and Asphalt Paving to Begin on U.S. Highway 212 and S.D. Highway 63 in Mobridge Area

On Monday, July 15, 2024, work will begin on an asphalt milling and resurfacing project on U.S. Highway 212 from one mile west of Dupree east 20 miles to the east side of Eagle Butte. Read More

High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST) Scheduled for Interstate 190 Exit 2 Eastbound On-Ramp in Rapid City

On Saturday, July 13, 2024, crews will begin a project to apply a High Friction Surface Treatment (HFST) on the Interstate 190 exit 2 eastbound on-ramp in Rapid City. Read More

Upcoming deadline (Monday, July 15, 2024) for 2025 Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program Funding

Deadline for letters of intent is Monday, July 15, 2024, for the Transportation Alternatives (TA) program through the South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT). Read More

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Driver and fuel data reveal the best freight corridors nationwide

The northernmost east-west and westernmost north-south freight corridors are among the most friendly paths for truck drivers, according to new rankings released by Trucker Path, which focuses on driver, broker, and fleet management solutions.Read More

Centerline Rumble Strips (CLRS)

The South Dakota Department of Transportation (SDDOT) will begin to deploy Centerline Rumble Strips (CLRS) on rural roads with 500 or higher Average Daily Traffic (ADT) in order to further prevent head-on and sideswipe crashes.Read More

Prepare for Summer Construction Season: Sign Up for Notifications on SD511!

South Dakota Department of Transportation’s SD511 Traveler Information System informs travelers, law enforcement, emergency responders, and highway maintenance personnel of conditions that affect travel. Its main purpose is to help the public make well-informed travel decisions.Read More

Move Over, It’s the Law

South Dakota’s Move Over law requires travelers to move over and/or slow down when a stopped vehicle is in use of amber, yellow, or blue warning lights. Read More