It's been said that North Dakota has two seasons: winter and road construction.
But with extra traffic in Williams County over the last few years, officials decided more needs to be done to limit the damage.
That's why a six ton load restriction on all Williams County roads will be in effect starting in the spring.
A few roads will have a seven ton restrictions.
If funding is granted through legislation, there are several road and bridge projects planned for spring.
Dennis Nelson believes a majority of roads in Williams County need attention.
(Dennis Nelson, Highway Superintendent) "We all want them. We all want good road systems but with the traffic we have out here and the extent of wait is taking a good toll on our commonly cold gravel roads... any of our road systems."
The State of North Dakota will be performing a study in the summer to determine how many vehicles use Williams County roads per day.
To find out which road have a seven ton load restriction visit the Williams County website at WilliamsND.com.