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Engineers estimate the stretch of highway hasn't been totally redone since as far back as the 1950s.
Oil prices jumped on the news, with Benchmark Brent crude for May climbing by 5.4% to $129.91 a barrel.
Amid the fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the national average hit $4.104 per gallon. Still, according to a federal inflation calculator, $4.10 in early 2008 would be well above $5 today.
The $50K study will include public input and surveys to develop the city's master transportation plan

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While a pair of grants will help the city replace a handful of buses, supply chain issues are delaying their arrival.
More than two-thirds of the $511 billion in goods traded annually between Canada and the United States travels on roads.
“Until someone comes out with a much more effective way of doing this, it is not completely practical,” said Austen Iverson, owner of Iverson Auto.
Public Works Director Joe Schroeder said a deadly crash occurred in 1984 at Aberdeen’s airport due to a conjoined runway similar to Mitchell’s existing layout.
Three die in crash along rural stretch near Joplin, Montana.
“The maintenance we’ve had to do on them lately has been terrible. We have oil leaks and other issues reoccurring, and they are very expensive to maintain and repair” said Jessica Pickett, who oversees the city's Palace Transit public transportation system.

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The inventory shortage and high sticker prices in South Dakota are being seen in used car markets across the country.
The Jones Act requires goods moved between U.S. ports to be carried by ships built domestically and staffed by U.S. crews.
A South Dakota Department of Transportation official told a commission of governor-appointed members that federal money will once again help the state fix the neediest bridges. A trade group earlier this year rated the state fourth-to-last in bridge integrity.

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