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CARRINGTON, ND:  TRANSPORTATION

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~ Arts & Crafts 

    Showcase/2009

~ Autumn Pictures

~ Brats &

    Bluegrass at the

    Putnam House

~ Cabin Fever

    Quilt Show - 

    2010

~ CHC Auxiliary 

    Appreciation

    Dinner

~ CHC Auxiliary

    Blood Drive

~ CHC Quilt Art

    Display

~ Christmas in July

~ Christmas Lights

~ Dealing with

    Snow - 2010

~ Falcons at Home

    in Carrington

~ Farmers 

    Market:

    Carrington

~ Farmers Market:  

    Bowdon

~ FCE Luncheon

~ Foster County

    Fair -

       2008

     2009

~ Heinley Car

    Auction

~ Junk Fest - 2008

        2009

~ Library Open

    House

~ Livestock

    Auction -

       2008

~ Putnam House 

    Soup Bowl -

    2009

~ Putnam House

    Wine Tasting

~ Roughrider 

    Rodeo

~ School Fair

~ Steam Threshers

    Reunion - 2009

~ TableScapes

~ Taco-In-A-Bag

~ Town Meeting: 

    Senator Conrad

~ Tractor Trek -

    2008

~ Waggin' Tails

    Dog Show - 2008

~ Winter Scenes

Foster County Transportation

 

If you are in need of a ride, please phone the Foster County Transit Service at 652-3257, 652-5515 (cell) or out-of-town, 650-8744.

 

The van is available for medical  appointments, errands, shopping work or just about anything you need to do.  Our drivers will pick you up at your door and take you safely to where you need to go.

 

Local transportation is provided as follows:

           Monday - Friday: 8am-4pm

 

A ride to the senior center for a meal is $.50 one way. A ride anywhere else in town is $1.00 one way or per stop.

 

Out-of-town transportation is provided as follows:

     ~  First Wednesday & third Tuesday: Fargo trip - $15

     ~  Second Wednesday and first, third & fourth Thursdays:

         Rural Foster County trip into Carrington - $5

     ~  Third Wednesday:  Bismarck trip - $15

     ~  First, second & fourth Tuesday & Fourth Wednesday: 

         Jamestown trip - $8

     ~  Mondays, upon request - New Rockford - $5

 

Please phone at least a day ahead of time to schedule a ride.

 

Please schedule out-of-town medical appointments between the hours of 10am and 2pm.

 

 

South Central Transit Network: Phone 1-800-472-0031

  

 

AIRPORTS: Local & Nearby

 

Carrington Municipal Airport - FAA Identifier: 46D :  In operation since July, 1945, this airport is open to the public.   Go to their website for operational statistics, runway information, instrument procedures, and more...  See satellite photo of Metheny Field from Virtual Earth.

 

Jamestown Regional Airport    Jamestown Regional Airport is a full service airport, offering a wide range of services for all aviation types. As the primary commercial airport serving Stutsman County, Jamestown Regional Airport accommodates the aviation needs of the scheduled airlines, air freight carriers, general aviation, corporate, air taxi and charter operators, as well as the military.

 

Hector International Airport - Fargo, ND    In February 2008, Northwest Airlines operated eight daily flights to Minneapolis with Airbus A319/320, DC-9, EMB-175, CRJ900 and CRJ200 aircraft. United Express operated four daily flights to Chicago and three daily flights to Denver with the Canadair CRJ200 and CRJ700. Delta Connection operated one daily flight to Salt Lake City with the Canadair CRJ200 aircraft. Allegiant Air operates three-weekly flights to Las Vegas and two weekly flights to Phoenix/Mesa utilizing the 150-seat McDonnell Douglas MD-83.

 

Bismarck Municipal Airport  Airlines currently serving the Bismarck Airport are:  ALLEGIANT AIR  - BISMARCK TO LAS VEGAS  |  NORTHWEST AIRLINES  |  UNITED EXPRESS

  AIRLINES

 

HIGHWAYS

Two federal highways pass through Carrington. U.S. 281 runs North and South through the area. U.S. 52 runs east and west co-signed with ND 200 and to U.S. 281 then runs northwest and southeast route. ND 200 runs east and west through the area.

Highways that run through Carrington include U.S. 52, U.S. 281, ND 200, and Foster County CR 1605.

 

TRAINS

The Soo Line, Red River Valley and Western, and Burlington Northern railroads pass through Carrington.

 

More info about Carrington, ND.

 

Carrington, North Dakota, The Central City

 

Carrington Chamber of Commerce

 

Carrington, North Dakota: Wikipedia

 

Carrington, ND: Citi-Data.Com

 

US Census: Quick facts - Carrington, North Dakota

 

Foster County, ND: Official Website

 

South Central North Dakota

 

US Census: Quick Facts - Foster County, ND

 

North Dakota State University: Carrington Research Extension  Center

 

North Dakota State Government

 

NewsDakota.Com

 

 

Airport Board

The Airport Board meets the 1st Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm at the Chieftain Conference Center.

 

Essential Reading Before Flying

    Do you plan on flying out of the area soon?  We suggest you check out the site of the Transportation Security Administration before you pack for your next plane trip. Posted here is the most current and detailed information on airport screening procedures and baggage contents restrictions. Take a few minutes to review the rules and you can spare yourself some annoying surprises at the terminal.

 

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