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Driver License

How quickly can you get your license? Average counter wait time, the last 30 days.


Motor Vehicle

How quickly can you get your registration? Current number of weeks to receive title after paperwork is received.

Snow & Ice
Control

How quickly can you travel at normal winter speeds after a snow event? Average travel-speed recovery time for the current season, in hours. To access NDDOT's Road Weather Information System (RWIS) Dashboard, click the dial.

Drivers License

Average counter wait time, in minutes, for individuals getting a driver’s license. Calculated for individuals over the last 30 days.

Motor Vehicle

Number of weeks individuals wait to receive a title after paperwork is received by NDDOT (excludes postal delivery time, if applicable).

Snow and Ice Control

Snowplows typically begin clearing snow and ice at 5 a.m. and continue until approximately 7 p.m., as conditions warrant.

Average recovery time, in hours, to return to normal winter driving speeds after a qualifying winter storm event ends. This is measured at key automatic traffic recorders (ATR) across North Dakota. ATRs record the count and speed of all vehicles crossing a sensor in the pavement, 24/7/365. The criteria for a “qualifying” storm event and its end time follow:

Storm Trigger Requirements:

NDDOT Storm Category Description Precipitation Duration Wind Speed
1 Snow Accumulation >= 2" All All
2 Freezing Rains All All All
3 High Winds >= Trace >= 2 hours >= 35 mph
  • When weather conditions meet at least one of the above three criteria, the weather event is to be considered a storm.
  • The storm start time will be reported to the Central Office by District Administration.

Storm Expiration Requirements:

NDDOT Storm Category Description Precipitation Duration Wind Speed
1 Snow Accumulation <= Trace All <= 35 mph
2 Freezing Rains None All All
3 High Winds <= Trace All <= 35 mph
  • When weather conditions meet all three of the above criteria, the storm is considered finished.
  • The storm end time will be reported to the Central Office by District Administration.

Speed Recovery Requirements:

  • When average speeds are reestablished, during normal operating hours, to or above 90% of pre‐storm speeds (4‐hr average) and are sustained for a period of 6 hours.

Color Definitions

  • Poor performance (i.e. not meeting target).
  • Good performance, but at risk of falling below target.
  • Good performance.
  • Information only; no target has been set or the target only applies to the end of the year.

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