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New DOT Tool Sends Road Condition Texts

February 24, 2012, 7:03 AM by Austin Hoffman

New DOT Tool Sends Road Condition Texts
SIOUX FALLS, SD - South Dakota's Department of Transportation has a new tool for drivers to check the road conditions before they leave home or work.

It's called Clear Path 511. Travelers can now receive text messages with information that may affect their commute, such as about road closures, no-travel advisories, and highway flooding.

The new tool also allows user to sign up for emails about specific sections of highways.

For more information on how to sign up, visit the Clear Path 511 website. You can also find a link to it on the South Dakota Safe Travel USA website. Just click on the intertwined CP in the upper right corner of that page. 


 


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