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11/12/2018 2018 3RD QUARTER REPORT
Greetings from the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway Association!

07/22/2018 SUMMER UPDATE
Greetings from the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway Association and we hope your summer has so far provided opportunity for time spent with family, friends and some fun.

05/08/2018 Historic Long X Bridge up for adoption as part of Highway 85 expansion
The North Dakota Department of Transportation is proposing to remove the historic Long X Bridge and is seeking a public or private agency to adopt one or more segments of the structure.

01/15/2018 2017 4th Quarter Report
The Theodore Roosevelt Expressway Association (TREA) is looking to 2018 as a positive year for progress on the corridor in the TREA states and the Ports to Plains Alliance.

09/22/2017 2017 2nd Quarter report
The spring cleanup of Highway 85 (The Theodore Roosevelt Expressway) was again successful thanks to the many volunteers that step up and out to clean North Dakota communities and Roadways.

09/22/2017 2017 3rd Quarter report
The summer has been busy as the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway Association (TREA) presents updates of the association to membership and summer conferences occurring during the summer.

09/08/2017 President Trump’s visit may give boost to Port to Plains
A four-lane corridor that runs from Canada through Williston and Watford City on down to Laredo, Texas, would be a game changer not just for the Bakken but the nation, serving eight of the top 15 oil-producing states and three of the top seven farm states.

09/03/2017 Bridge connects more than just 2 communities
Workers used 12,000 cubic yards of concrete, but it was oil that really built the new Lewis and Clark Bridge over the Missouri River south of Williston.

05/16/2017 Klewin represents Theodore Roosevelt Expressway at Ports-to-Plains Washington DC Fly-In
Executive Director Cal Klewin who represents Theodore Roosevelt Expressway on the Ports-to-Plains board of directors was in Washington, DC with a delegation of the organization’s supporters to meet with Congressional offices to discuss the importance of the Ports-to-Plains Alliance and other issues critical to growing our rural economy.

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