Officials: $55M Federal Transportation Grant To Fund ND Highway Project

(Watford City, ND) — State authorities will use tens of millions of dollars in federal grant money to widen a stretch of the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway. Authorities say U.S. Senators John Hoeven and Kevin Cramer and U.S. Representative Kelly Armstrong announced a 55-million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation last week. The grant money will be used to widen more than 13 miles of the road in McKenzie County from two lanes to four, and also widen shoulders and reduce roadway curves from Watford City to Interstate 94. The Theodore Roosevelt Expressway runs from southern Canada to South Dakota.

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