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23 May 2019

AAA Joins Call to Improve North Dakota Bridges, Roads

America’s rural transportation system is in need of repairs and modernization to support economic growth in the nation’s Heartland, which is a critical source of energy, food and fiber. Eleven percent of North Dakota’s rural bridges are rated as poor/structurally deficient, the 12th highest share in the U.S.

15 May 2019

Nearly 43 Million Americans Will Kick off Summer with Memorial Day Vacation

Nearly 43 million Americans will start their summer on a high note with a Memorial Day weekend getaway. The long holiday weekend -- marking the unofficial start of summer vacation season -- will see an additional 1.5 million people take to the nation’s roads, rails and runways compared with last year, a 3.6% increase. It will represent the second-highest travel volume ever recorded by AAA, trailing only the 44 million travelers posted in 2005.

13 May 2019

North Dakota Gas Average Declines Slightly

North Dakota gas prices saw a slight decline last week indicating a possible early spring peak. Typically leading up to Memorial Day, ongoing refinery maintenance and healthy consumer demand contribute to pump prices increasing.

22 April 2019

Motorists Urged to Watch for Motorcycles

As longer daylight hours lead to rising temperatures and melting snow, motorcycle riders are itching to hit the open roads. As they do, AAA is advising motorists to be extra cautious and aware of all vehicles around them.

18 April 2019

AAA: Time to Bring U.S. Headlight Standards out of Dark Ages

Driving at night carries the highest fatality rate for both drivers and pedestrians but could be made safer by headlight technology already on the roads in Europe and Canada.

18 April 2019

Gas Prices Continue Move Higher on Refinery Issues, Higher Oil Prices

Gas prices continue to rise, hitting the highest levels for this date since 2014.

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