Wheaton Department of Transportation

Find Wheaton Minnesota departments of transportation, highways, roads, and bridge departments. Departments of transportation provide information on public transport, including roads, highways, bridges, traffic conditions, closures, tolls and travel information.

Traverse County Highway Department 708 3rd Avenue North Wheaton MN 56296 320-563-4233

Traverse County Highway Engineer 708 3rd Avenue North Wheaton MN 56296 320-563-4848

Tribal Roads Department Sisseton Bureau of Indian Affairs Road 700 Sisseton SD 57262 30.4 miles from Wheaton 605-698-4153

Minnesota Department of Transportation 610 State Highway 9 Morris MN 56267 31.9 miles from Wheaton 320-208-7000

Wahpeton Transportation Department 7930 180th Avenue Southeast Wahpeton ND 58075 32.3 miles from Wheaton 701-671-1509

North Dakota Department Of Transportation 218 2nd Avenue Southwest Lidgerwood ND 58053 36.5 miles from Wheaton 701-538-7702

North Dakota Department of Transportation 7775 3rd Avenue Northwest Wyndmere ND 58081 45.1 miles from Wheaton 701-439-2969

US Transportation Department Alexandria 3606 Iowa Street Alexandria MN 56308 52.9 miles from Wheaton 320-763-3711

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About Transportation Departments

How does the United States pay for transportation infrastructure and improvements?

The major source of funding for federal highway and transit investment is the Highway Trust Fund. The fund receives revenues from gasoline and other motor fuel taxes and from taxes on heavy trucks and truck tires.

How does electronic toll collection work for drivers that don't have a transponder?

Some states have transitioned to electronic tolls and do not provide lanes for paying tolls by cash. Many states have installed license plate recognition systems for vehicles that do not have a transponder and thus are not equipped for electronic toll collection. This system records the vehicle's license plate as it passes through the toll and generates a bill based on the vehicle's registration information.

Why does highway or road construction take place during the day in some places and at night in other locations?

Highway and road construction schedules are based on a number of different factors, including the safety of workers and the public, the impact on motorists through the work zone, and the impact on area schools and hospitals.