New Safety Rules Proposed To Curb Oil Train Fires
Starting July 1, renewing your South Dakota driver's license will be a lot more convenient.
The South Dakota Transportation Commission will review a proposal to reduce the speed on a stretch of highway in Minnehaha County facing new development.
The backlog of grain shipments across the Plains has been reduced this spring, but U.S. regulators are requiring BNSF and Canadian Pacific railroads to provide weekly updates on their efforts to catch up before harvest.
Rapid City Regional Airport needs volunteers for a training exercise.
U.S. Rep. Kevin Cramer says BNSF Railway has exceeded its commitment to send additional trains hauling fertilizer to the Dakotas, Minnesota and Montana.
A train's whistle is a loud warning for any cars trying to beat a train across a railroad crossing.
General Motors is recalling 2.4 million vehicles in the U.S. as part of a broader effort to resolve outstanding safety issues more quickly.
Both projects have been worked out with the School District to help create fewer headaches.
Every summer, construction crews widen roads and intersections, but there are talks of doing just the opposite downtown.
South Dakota lawmakers are looking for new ways to pay for transportation projects.
The Chamber of Commerce in the western South Dakota hub of Rapid City is gauging interest in a direct flight to the western North Dakota oil patch city of Williston.
Passengers flying Frontier Airlines will now have to pay extra to place carry-on bags in overhead bins or for advance seat assignments.
Railroad officials assured North Dakota regulators that oil shipments are not displacing grain shipments in the Dakotas and surrounding states.
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