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Road Condition Terminology

The following terms will be used to relate to winter road conditions, to maintain consistency, and keep the traveling public well informed. The NDDOT will utilize these terms to inform the public about road conditions that warrant increased awareness.

TRAVEL ALERT

Motorists can still travel but may encounter areas of challenging winter weather driving conditions on roadways. Motorists should allow extra time to reach their destination and be alert to conditions that may make travel difficult, change rapidly, or cause travel delays. A TRAVEL ALERT has the potential to change to a NO TRAVEL ADVISED if conditions deteriorate.

NO TRAVEL ADVISED

Motorists should not travel due to hazardous conditions which may make it unsafe to travel. Snow plows may be pulled from the roads during severe conditions. Motorists should take NO TRAVEL ADVISED seriously as those motorists who choose to travel at their own risk may become stranded and emergency responders may not be able to reach them safely. A NO TRAVEL ADVISED has the potential to change to a ROAD CLOSED OR BLOCKED if conditions deteriorate.

ROADS CLOSED OR BLOCKED

Motorists are not allowed to travel on a closed road due to life threatening conditions. The road may be impassible or blocked. Motorists who drive past a road closure device may be fined up to $250.



Sours: https://www.dot.nd.gov/roadreport/roadreport/roadreportinfo.htm

North Dakota DOT kicks off $370 million construction season

The plans include reconstructing and rehabilitating sections of Interstate 94, reconstructing parts of Interstate 29 between Fargo and Wahpeton as well as reconstructing and rehabbing U.S. Highway 2 through the city of Devils Lake. Among the most expensive projects is the reconstruction of a section of 52nd Avenue in Fargo.

The state Department of Transportation announced the construction plans during a news conference Wednesday afternoon with the Associated General Contractors of North Dakota and the state Highway Patrol. Officials urged motorists to slow down and drive without distractions during the busy travel season.

Three motorists were killed in work zone crashes last year, a DOT spokeswoman said.

“Highway workers take many precautions to ensure the safety of workers on the construction site,” Wayde Swenson, the DOT's director of operations, said in a statement. “We are asking motorists to make smart driving choices when going through these work zones to keep everyone, highway workers and motorists, safe.”

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The $370 million cited by state officials reflects state highway projects bid in 2019 and doesn't include multi-year projects from previous construction seasons. The price tag falls in line with 2017 and 2018 seasons, which came in at roughly $380 million and $360 million, respectively, according to a DOT spokeswoman.

The construction program soared past $800 million when the state was flush with tax revenue amid the oil boom several years ago, and it neared $700 million in 2016. Though a DOT spokeswoman said the agency no longer receives state oil impact funding for road projects, lawmakers this year adjusted the distribution of oil and gas tax revenues for local governments in non-oil producing areas to pay for infrastructure.

Swenson said the state depends heavily on federal aid for road projects, along with state gas tax and motor vehicle registration revenue. He acknowledged that there's "always more that could be done."

Russ Hanson, executive vice president of the Associated General Contractors of North Dakota, was among those who unsuccessfully lobbied for a gas tax increase during the legislative session that ended late last month. He called it a "true user fee," but it faced an uphill climb in the Republican-controlled Legislature.

Motorists can stay updated on construction projects by reviewing the travel information map on the DOT's website, calling 511, installing the ND Roads app on their smartphones or signing up for notifications.

Here are the DOT's most expensive 2019 projects:

  • Dickinson district: Reconstruction of Interstate 94 from Youngman’s Butte to west of Eagle Nest
  • Valley City district: Reconstruction of Interstate 94 from west Eckelson to east of North Dakota Highway 1 at Oakes
  • Fargo district: Reconstruction in Fargo, 52nd Avenue from 45th Street to Sheyenne Street
  • Bismarck district: Minor rehabilitation on Interstate 94 from junction of North Dakota Highway 25 to Grant Marsh Bridge between Bismarck and Mandan
  • Minot district: Widen bypass to four lanes, new construction on U.S. Highway 83 from Fourth Avenue Northwest to junction of U.S. Highway 83

Below is a list of other NDDOT road construction projects taking place this 2019 construction season:

Bismarck District:

McLean, Sheridan, Oliver, Burleigh, Kidder, Morton, Grant, Sioux, Logan, Emmons, Mercer, Wells and McIntosh counties. Major projects include:

· Minor rehabilitation on I-94 from Jct ND 25 E to the Burleigh county line

· Milling and overlay on ND 200 from Jct 200A to Jct ND 1806

· Installation of cable guardrail on I-94 from Tyler Parkway to E of Bismarck Expressway

· Reconstruction in Bismarck on north Washington from 57th Ave to ND 1804

· Intersection improvements in Bismarck on ND 1804 and north Washington St

Dickinson District:

Golden Valley, Billings, Dunn, Mercer, Stark, Slope, Hettinger, Bowman and Adams counties.

Major projects include:

· Major rehabilitation on US 85 from 9 miles north of Amidon to Stark county line

· Seal coating on I-94 from Little Missouri River to Fryburg

· Seal coating on I-94 from Fryburg to South Heart

· Seal coating on US85 from north Bowman to Belfield

· Surfacing and seal coating on ND 49 from Morton county line to Beulah

· Reconstruction of I-94 from Youngman’s Butte to west of Eagles Nest

Williston District:

Divide, Burke, Williams, Mountrail, McKenzie and Ward counties.

Major projects include:

· Major rehabilitation of ND 1804 from Jct Tioga Road to Red Mike Area

· Safety improvements on US 85 Safety Corridor (Watford City to Alexander)

· Surfacing and widening on US 85 from Fortuna to State Line

· Milling and overlay on ND 5 from Columbus to west Jct US 52

Minot District:

Renville, Bottineau, Mountrail, McHenry, Ward, McLean, Sheridan, Wells, Rollette and Pierce counties. Major projects include:

· Paving and widening of US 83 from Minot AFB to west Jct ND 5-Renville Corner

· New construction on US 83 from 4th Ave NW to Jct US 83

· Surfacing of ND 19 from McHenry county line to Jct ND 3

· Safety improvements on the US 2 & US 52 Safety Corridor (Brooks Jct to Velva)

· Structure replacement, turn lanes and lighting on US 2, 9 miles west of ND 41

Devils Lake District:

Rolette, Towner, Cavalier, Pierce, Ramsey, Benson, Wells, Eddy, Nelson, Foster, Griggs and Stutsman counties. Major projects include:

· Major rehabilitation of US 2 from Mauvais Coulee to Jct ND 19

· Major rehabilitation of US 281 from south Jct ND 15 through New Rockford

· Major rehabilitation of US 2 from ND 19 to Devils Lake city limits

· Milling and overlay of ND 66 from Jct ND 20 east to Jct ND 1

· Reconstruction of US 2, 1 mile east of Rugby

· Major rehabilitation of US 52 from Jct ND 200/US 281 to south Carrington

Valley City District:

Stutsman, Barnes, Logan, Lamoure, McIntosh, Dickey, Kidder, Foster, Steele and Ransom counties. Major projects include:

· Asphalt overlay on ND 13 from Lehr to E Jct ND 56

· Minor rehabilitation in Valley City Central Ave from Main to 12th St

· Milling and overlay of US 281 from South Dakota state line to the township line

· Milling and overlay of US 281 from Edgeley north to Jct ND 46

· Milling and overlay of I-94 from east Dawson Interchange to Crystal Springs

· Reconstruction of I-94 from west Eckelson to east of ND 1 Oakes

Fargo District:

Traill, Cass, Richland, Sargent, Ransom, Steele, Grand Forks, Lamoure and Dickey counties.

Major projects include:

· Milling and overlay on ND 13 from Jct ND 32 to ND 18

· Milling and overlay on ND 18 from Jct Cass County 10 to Traill county line

· Installation of cable guardrail on I-29 from south 52nd Ave to Cty Rd 20

· Reconstruction of I-29 from Galchutt Exit to Christine Exit

· Reconstruction in West Fargo, Sheyenne St from 40th Ave W to 32nd Ave W

· Reconstruction in Fargo, 52nd Ave from 45th St to Sheyenne St

· Reconstruction in Fargo, Main Ave from Broadway to 2nd St

Grand Forks District:

Pembina, Nelson, Walsh, Grand Forks, Griggs, Steele, Cavalier, Ramsey, Traill and Cass counties. Major projects include:

· Minor rehabilitation of ND 18 from Jct ND 5 to County Road 55

· Milling and overlay of ND 32 from US 2 north to Jct ND 17

· Milling and overlay of US 2 from Michigan bypass east to Grand Forks county line

· Installation of cable guardrail on I-29 from south 32nd Ave to north Gateway Dr

· Reconstruction of US 2, Demers Ave, 5th St to Sorlie Bridge

· Reconstruction of ND 297, Demers Ave, 6th St to 5th St

Sours: https://www.thedickinsonpress.com/news/government-and-politics/1349780-North-Dakota-DOT-kicks-off-370-million-construction-season
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Hwys 1–9

Hwys 1 and 59 — Thief River Falls

Construct 3 roundabouts on Hwy 1 at Brooks Avenue, Barzen Avenue and the intersection with Hwy 59

  • Construction dates: Summer 2020 - 2021

Hwys 1, 53 and 73 — Itasca and St. Louis counties

Resurface Hwy 1 from Hwy 65 to Hwy 53 and on Hwy 73 from Hwy 1 to Hwy 53 and intersection improvement at County Road 115/Ashawa Road north junction Hwy 1 in Itasca and St. Louis counties.

  • Construction dates: Work resumes in spring 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures

Hwy 2 — Bemidji

Reduced Conflict Intersections (RCI's) will be constructed on Hwy 2 between Beltrami County Road 14, in Wilton, and Beltrami County Road 9. 48 new LED lighting units will also be installed along the corridor to improve lighting and safety.

  • Construction scheduled for May-July 2021

Hwy 2 — Crookston

Resurface Hwy 2 from Hwy 9 to Hwy 32 east of Crookston

  • Construction scheduled for 2021

Hwy 2 — Cass Lake

Resurface Hwy 2 between Hubbard CR 46 and Hwy 371

  • Construction scheduled for 2021

Hwy 2 — Culvert replacements

Replace three box culverts along Hwy 2 between Proctor and Hwy 194.

  • West Rocky Run Creek, Midway River and Kingsbury Creek
  • Construction scheduled for 2024

Hwy 2 — Itasca

Repave 19 miles of Hwy 2 from Prairie River to two miles east of Hwy 65

  • Construction dates: June to October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Detour

Hwy 2 — Saginaw

Construct a roundabout at the intersection of Hwy 2 and Hwy 194 in Saginaw

  • Construction scheduled for 2023

Hwy 2 — Cass Lake

Grade and resurface Hwy 2 East of Cass Lake to Cass County road 10.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2021

Hwy 2 — LaPrairie

Pavement rehabilitation, pedestrian, intersection, and ADA upgrades in the City of LaPrairie

  • Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 2 — Marcoux Corner

A Reduced Conflict Intersection (RCI) is scheduled to be constructed on Hwy 2 at the intersection with Hwy 32 near Marcoux Corner.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2021

Hwy 2 Corridor Study — Fosston

The City of Fosston is conducting a corridor study to evaluate the transportation and pedestrian needs of Highway 2 in Fosston. 

Hwy 3 — Rosemount to Farmington

Evaluate the Hwy 3 corridor from 160th Street in Rosemount to Second Street in Farmington in order to identify possible improvements to improve safety, on Hwy 3 for motorists, pedestrians and bicyclists.

  • Study dates: February through December 2021

Hwy 4 — Meire Grove

Reconstruct and improve pedestrian access from Second Avenue South to Second Avenue North in Meire Grove, Stearns County.

  • Construction: July-October 2021
  • Impacts: Detour

Hwy 4 — Sherburn to St. James

Resurface 25 miles between Sherburn and St. James; repair and replace bridges; update sidewalk and pedestrian ramps in Sherburn and Trimont; install snow fence west of Sherburn

Hwy 5/Minnehaha Avenue and Stillwater Road — St. Paul to Maplewood

Safety, maintenance and accessibility improvements are needed on Hwy 5/Minnehaha Ave. and Stillwater Rd. from North Mendota St. to Century Ave. in St. Paul and Maplewood. The project will include repaving, maintenance, sidewalk repairs, and accessibility for all.

  • Construction: July 2023 through November 2025

Hwy 5/East 7th Street and Hwy 61/Arcade Street — St. Paul

Safety and accessibility improvements are needed on Hwy 5 and Hwy 61 from I-94 to Roselawn Ave. in St. Paul. The project will include repaving, sidewalk repairs, and accessibility for all.

  • Construction: April 2024 through October 2025

Hwy 5 — Saint Paul

Replaced joints and sidewalk on the bridge south of Hwy 61 over the BNSF and CP railroads.

Hwy 6 — Itasca County

Resurfaced 10 miles of Hwy 6 from the Cass/Itasca county line to Hwy 2 west of Cohasset, replaced pipes and reconstructed the access at Itasca County Road 11.

Hwy 6 — Remer

Reconstruct or resurface Hwy 6 (Main St./Hwy 200) from the east and west intersections of Hwy 6 and Hwy 200, through Remer, Cass County.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 7 — Safety Study

A safety study of Hwy 7 from just east of Hutchinson to County Road 9 in Lester Prairie.

Hwy 7 — Lester Prairie

Construct roundabout at the intersection of Hwy 7 and McLeod County Road 1

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

Hwy 7 — Minnetonka

Added a second left turn from Hwy 7 to Hopkins Crossroad and replaced traffic signal.

Hwy 7 — Minnetonka to Shorewood

Repaving Hwy 7 and several other improvements.

  • Construction: July 2021 through July 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Road and lane closures

Hwy 8 — Chisago City

The project work improved safety by constructing a dedicated left turn lane on Hwy 8 at Deer Garden Lane.

Hwy 8 — Chisago City

Constructed dedicated left turn lane for eastbound traffic and added rural lighting at Hwy 11

Hwy 8 — Forest Lake to Lindstrom

Installed fiber optic cable and cameras from I-35 in Forest Lake to Akerson Street in Lindstrom

Hwy 8 — Chisago County

Safety and Mobility Improvement study to identified potential needs on Hwy 8 between I-35 and County Road 80 in Chisago County.

  • Studying preliminary design

Hwy 8 — Wyoming and Chisago City

Study identified possible future improvements to the Hwy 8 Corridor between Greenway Avenue North and Karmel Avenue.

  • Study completed; no projects have been funded or are currently planned

Hwy 9 — Barnesville to I- 94

Resurfacing, turn lanes, utility replacement, sidewalk improvements, trail, bicycle & ADA accessibility upgrades.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

Hwy 9 — New London

Addition of safety improvements for people who walk and bike

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

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Hwys 10–19

Hwy 10 — Ramsey

Construct new interchanges on Hwy 10 at Ramsey Blvd. and Sunfish Lake Blvd. including bridges over the BNSF Railroad tracks. Build a frontage road between Ramsey Blvd. and Sunfish Lake Blvd.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

Hwy 10 — Anoka Rum River Bridge replacement

Replace Hwy 10 bridge over the Rum River; Additional funding being sought to reconstruct Ferry Street (Hwy 47/Hwy 169) interchange and build auxiliary lanes from Ferry Street to Seventh Avenue.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 10 — Anoka

Install temporary ramps to and from eastbound Hwy 10 and Hwy 47, and provide left turn lanes on northbound and southbound McKinley Street.

  • Construction: June through early September 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and sidewalk closures

Hwy 10 at Round Lake Boulevard — Coon Rapids

Replaced signal system, realigned loop from northbound Round Lake Boulevard to westbound Hwy 10, repaired bridges and resurfaced approach roads. Added ADA-compliant sidewalks.

Hwy 10 — Elk River

Reconstruct both directions of Hwy 10 from Xenia Ave. to Lowell Ave. in Elk River, includes sidewalks, multi-use trail and signal systems.

  • Construction: April-October 2021
  • Impacts: Delays at peak travel times. Eastbound will be reduced to one lane of traffic.

Hwy 10 and CR 60 — Reduced Conflict Intersection

MnDOT will improve access and safety at the Highway 10 and County Road 60 intersection in Otter Tail County by implementing a Reduced Conflict Intersection (RCI).

  • Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 10 — Randall 

Improve access and safety on Hwy 10 in Randall, which includes two proposed Reduced Conflict Intersections (RCI) at Morrison Co. Rd. 14 and Hwy 115.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 12 — Delano to Independence

Explore options to improve safety on Hwy 12 between Hennepin Co. Rd. 90 in Independence and Co. Line Rd. in Delano.

  • Study: February 2021 to February 2022

Hwy 12 — Howard Lake

Resurface the road and make pedestrian updates on Hwy 12 between 13th Avenue and Sixth Avenue in Howard Lake, Wright County.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

Hwy 12 — Orono to Independence

Improve safety and reduce crashes along Hwy 12, install a center concrete barrier, and construct a roundabout

  • Construction: Spring 2021 through September 2022

Hwy 12 — Willmar

Resurfacing of Hwy 12 from Sixth Street East to 24th Street in Willmar

Hwy 13 — Montgomery

Resurface Hwy 13 through the City of Montgomery; construct at roundabout at the intersection with Le Sueur County Road 28

Hwy 13 — Savage to Burnsville

Study of Hwy 13 between Hwy 169 in Savage and Nicollet Avenue in Burnsville.

  • Study in progress; scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 13 — Spring Lake and Cedar Lake

Resurface and reconstruct road between Hwy 19 in Cedar Lake Township to Hwy 282 in Spring Lake Township and add left turn lanes.

  • Construction: Spring through fall 2022

Hwy 14 — Riverfront Drive in Mankato

Construct two tear drop roundabouts at all exit and entrance ramps along Hwy 14 at Riverfront Drive, along with improvements at the adjacent city and county connections. This is a Blue Earth County led project

Hwy 14 — Sanborn to Springfield

Resurface over 8 miles of Hwy 14 from the west side of the Sanborn Four Corners intersection to the eastern city limits of Springfield

Hwy 14 — Rochester to Byron

Evaluate 3 intersections in the Hwy 14 corridor for modifications to improve safety between Rochester and Byron.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 15 — Kimball

Reconstruct Hwy 15 from Willow Creek Park, south of the railroad tracks, to Hwy 55 in Kimball, Stearns County, includes pedestrian sidewalks and city utilities

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 15 — Madelia

Resurface the concrete for about seven miles of Hwy 15 from the north Hwy 15/Hwy 60 interchange to the Watonwan/Brown County line near Madelia

Hwy 15 and Hwy 60 — Madelia

Replace the pavement for about seven miles of Hwy 15/Hwy 60 from the south Hwy15/Hwy60 interchange to the north Hwy15/Hwy60 interchange near Madelia. Both the northbound and southbound lanes will be updated.   

Hwy 19 — Cannon Falls repaving

Repaving, possible replacement of the traffic signal at the intersection of Hwy 19 and Hwy 20 along with ADA sidewalk improvements.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 19 — Henderson

Extend the lowest point of Hwy 19 (east of Henderson) to offset impacts to the floodway when Hwy 93 is raised. This Hwy 19 work between the Minnesota River Bridge and railroad bridge will take place in 2022, in advance of Hwy 93 construction starting in 2023

Hwy 19 — New Prague

Reconstruct Hwy 19 in downtown New Prague (city-led project)

  • April to October 2021 construction

Hwy 19 — Winthrop

Replace the box culvert under Hwy 19, just east of Winthrop, and reconstruct a short section of pavement

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Hwys 20–29

Hwy 21 and Hwy 282 — Jordan

Replacing two bridges, repaving, adding trail, erosion and drainage repair.

  • Construction dates: March 2020 through October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Full closure of Hwy 21 with detours

Hwy 21 — Jordan

Construct a roundabout at Hwy 21 and Sawmill Road/Old Hwy 169 and build trails to connect to existing trails.

  • Construction: Spring through fall 2023

Hwy 22 — Mankato to St. Peter

Reconstruct roadway from Mankato to St. Peter; construct roundabouts at August Dr. in Mankato and CR 21 in Kasota; build a new walking and biking trail to connect Mankato and St. Peter

Hwy 22 — Mapleton to Wells

Resurface Hwy 22 from approximately a quarter of a mile south of Mapleton to the north city limits of Wells, including the Hwy 22/Hwy 109/Faribault County Road 29 intersection

Hwy 22 and Hwy 109 – Wells

Reconstruct Hwy 22 through the City of Wells, as well as Hwy 109 from west of Rose Hill Cemetery to Hwy 22; replace utilities

Hwy 23 — Deer Creek Bridge

Replace Deer Creek Bridge on Hwy 23 just south of Pleasant Valley in Carlton County

  • Construction dates: Fall 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures

Hwy 23 — Foley to Milaca

Resurface and improve 12.5 miles of road from Foley to Milaca, includes: underground pipes/culverts, intersection turn lanes/access. Reconstruct one mile of road in Foley, includes: storm sewer, pedestrian sidewalk/multi-use trail and new roundabout.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 23 — Fond du Lac

New road connection from Hwy 23 to Fourth Street in Fond du Lac

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures

Hwy 23 — Gaps

Expand Hwy 23 from two-lanes to four-lanes from New London to Paynesville (South Gap) and Paynesville to Richmond (North Gap).

  • North Gap: Scheduled for construction in 2022-2023
  • South Gap: Scheduled for construction in 2023-2024

Hwy 23 — Milaca

Improve and update Hwy 23 through Milaca in Mille Lacs County, includes the road surface, drainage, multi-use access and sidewalks.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2025

Hwy 23 and Hwy 10 — St. Cloud interchange

Reconstruct and improve the Hwy 10 and Hwy 23 interchange area in east St. Cloud, Benton County. Includes the road surface, bridges, drainage structures; pedestrian and motorist access.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023-2024

Hwy 25 — Brainerd

Replace the Hwy 25 bridge over the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) Railway line in Brainerd, Crow Wing County, includes multi-use trail.

  • Construction: 2023
  • Impacts: Detour

Hwy 25 — Buffalo to Monticello

Resurface Hwy 25, from near Catlin Street in Buffalo to near CR 106/85th Street south of Monticello.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2026

Hwy 25 — Buffalo

Reconstruct Hwy 25 from south of First Street South to north of Settlers Parkway Buffalo, Wright County, includes city utilities and pedestrian sidewalks and approaches.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

Hwy 25 — Watertown and Mayer

Resurfaced Hwy 25 south of County Road 30 in Mayer to State St in Watertown, updated drainage and sidewalks to meet current American with Disability Standards (ADA).

Hwy 25 — Mayer and Norwood Young America

Repave Hwy 25 between First Street in Mayer and Hwy 5 in Norwood Young America, repair drainage, improve sidewalks south of First Street in Mayer and make accessibility updates.

  • Construction: June through fall 2021

Hwy 27 — Wahkon

Community invited to ‘try-out’ potential walk, bike opportunities at a demonstration project set-up in Wahkon, Mille Lacs County. Includes: Curb extensions, narrowed road and bike lanes on both sides of road.

Hwy 27 — Osakis area

Reconstruct and improve Hwy 27 between I-94 in Douglas County and Hwy 71 in Todd County. The project will replace four bridges, reconstruct and widen the road and improve access.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 29 — Alexandria

Planning study to identify future highway improvements that will enhance traffic performance, mobility and driver satisfaction.

Hwy 29 — Glenwood overpass

Construct bridge over the railroad tracks just north of Glenwood, realign the intersection of Hwy 29 and Hwy 55

  • Construction: July to October 2021; May to October 2022

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Hwys 30-39

Hwy 30 — Ellendale

Repave Hwy 30 from 0.28 miles west of Ellendale to 1 mile east of County Road 45

Hwy 33 – Cloquet RCUT

Construct a Restricted Crossing U-turn (RCUT) at the intersection of Hwy 33 and Gillette Road.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

I-35 — Barnum overlay

Overlay on 6.2 miles of northbound I-35 near Barnum.

  • Northbound exit into Barnum will be detoured
  • Construction scheduled for 2022

I-35 — Striping

Restriping northbound and southbound lanes: centerline and shoulders in Scott, Rice and Freeborn counties

I-35E — Columbus

Installed cable median barrier from the I-35/35E/35W split to Hwy 97

I-35E — Eagan

Replace lighting between Diffley Road and Lone Oak Road

  • Construction: September 2021 through March 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and shoulder closures

I-35E — Eagan

Update signals and accessibility at Cliff Road to meet current standards.

  • Construction: September 2021 through March 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and shoulder closures

I-35E — Eagan standalone noise barrier

Constructed new 3,500 foot long, 20 foot tall concrete noise barrier near northbound I-35E between the Hwy 77 ramps and just south of Cliff Road in Eagan

I-35E and I-94 — Saint Paul

Concrete pavement repair/resurfacing between Western Avenue and Mounds Boulevard; and on I-35E between I-94 and University Avenue in St. Paul. Resurface ramps and frontage roads, bridge repair, fix drainage and repair various sidewalks and ADA improvements

  • Construction: Summer 2021 through fall 2022

I-35E — Saint Paul

Installed landscaping between University Avenue and Wheelock Parkway

I-35W — Bloomington

Resurface I-35W with additional lanes added between 98th St. and 106th St. Five intersections will receive improved ramps, sidewalks and signals.

  • Construction dates: May through October 2023

I-35W — Burnsville and Bloomington

Reconstruct I-35W bridge over the Minnesota River, replace pavement, add northbound lane

  • Construction dates: August 2018 through November 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures and detours

I-35W — Minneapolis

Crews will build six stormwater storage tanks east of northbound I-35W between 40th St. and 42nd St.

  • Construction dates: February 2020 through June 2023
  • Traffic impacts: Overnight lane closures of northbound I-35W; short-term closures of Second Avenue

I-35W — Minneapolis St. Anthony Falls Bridge

Crews made improvements to seal cracks in concrete driving surface, concrete barrier and curbs; replaced expansion joints.

I-35W — North Gateway Study

Study the freeway between Park Avenue in Minneapolis and County Road C in Roseville to identify needs for future construction projects.

I-35W — Roseville to Lino Lakes

Constructed MnPASS Express Lanes (one lane in each direction) in the middle of existing I-35W between Hwy 36 in Roseville and Sunset Avenue (County Road 53) in Lino Lakes

Hwy 36 — Little Canada to Stillwater

Updated culverts in various locations between I-35E in Little Canada and Stillwater Boulevard in Stillwater.

Hwy 36 — Little Canada to Stillwater

A 12-mile stretch of Hwy 36 between Edgerton Street in Ramsey County and Greeley Street in Washington County will undergo a road resurfacing and improvement project.

  • Construction: Spring through fall 2022

Hwy 36 — Stillwater Lift Bridge

The Hwy 36 Stillwater Lift Bridge is located on Chestnut St. in downtown Stillwater. The lift span is operated by the Minnesota Dept. of Transportation. The regular season is from May 15 through Oct 15 each year.

Hwy 36 — Stillwater to Minneapolis

The Hwy 36 Transit Feasibility Study will analyze existing and emerging needs for east-west transit service on Hwy 36. The study is led by Washington County.

  • Study dates: Spring 2020 through spring 2021

Hwy 36 and Fairview Avenue — Roseville

Rebuild and realign the ramps at westbound Hwy 36 and Fairview Avenue in Roseville. Add ADA-compliant sidewalks.

  • Construction: Spring through summer 2023

Hwy 37 — Iron Junction

Construct a roundabout at the intersection of Hwy 37 and Hwy 7 south of Iron Junction

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 37 — Gilbert

Resurfacing, safety and accessibility improvements on Hwy 37 from Hwy 53 to Hwy 135

  • Construction dates: October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures

Hwy 38 — Bigfork

Resurface Hwy 38 through Bigfork, from Rajala Mill Road to County Road 14; curb, gutter and sidewalk work

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

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Hwys 40-59

Hwy 41 — Chaska to Chanhassen

Resurface Hwy 41 and make additional improvements along the highway between Pioneer Trail and Hwy 5.

  • Construction: Spring through fall 2023

Hwy 41 — River crossing

Connect Hwy 169 and new Hwy 212 near Hwy 41

  • Study complete; no projects have been funded or planned

Hwy 43 — Repaving

Repave Hwy 43 from Hwy 44 near Mabel to Hwy 16 near Rushford in Fillmore County

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

Hwy 43 — Winona

Reconstruction of .5 mile of Hwy 43 (Mankato Ave.) from Sarnia St. to south of Hwy 61. Improvements are planned for key intersections along Hwy 43: Sarnia St., Frontenac Dr., Riverbend Rd., Bruski Dr. and Hwy 61/Hwy 14.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 47 — St. Francis

MnDOT is beginning a planning study of the Hwy 47 St. Francis corridor to examine a range of alternatives to address pedestrian, bicycle and motorist safety, as well as road capacity, and access and mobility issues.

Hwy 47 and Hwy 65 — Columbia Heights to Coon Rapids

Conducted a roadway safety audit to analyze crash information with a focus on pedestrian crashes on Hwy 47 and Hwy 65 between the Hennepin-Anoka County line in Columbia Heights and Hwy 10 in Coon Rapids. Several improvements are being made to the project area.

  • Construction dates: Spring 2020 through fall 2021

Hwy 47 and Hwy 169 — Anoka

Repair and resurface approximately 2.5 miles of Hwy 169 between the north end of the Mississippi River bridge to Clay Street in Anoka. Hwy 47 will be resurfaced from Pleasant Street to Bunker Lake Road in Anoka.

  • Construction: July through October 2021

Hwy 51 (Snelling Avenue) — Roseville

Updated signals and accessibility at County Road C2 and Roselawn Avenue to meet current standards.

Hwy 52 — Zumbrota to Cannon Falls

The project follows along Hwy 52, from roughly 2 miles south of Cannon Falls and ends at Zumbrota.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2021

Hwy 52 — Hampton to Cannon Falls

Crews made improvements to Hwy 52 between Hampton Twp. and Cannon Falls in Dakota County. Work included construction crossovers, concrete overlay, upgraded guardrail, installed cable median barrier, updated signals and repaired joints on two bridges.

Hwy 52 — Inver Grove Heights

Replace lighting at Upper 55th Street, 70th Street and 80th Street

  • Construction: February through October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and shoulder closures

Hwy 52 — Rosemount to Hampton

Resurface Hwy 52 between Co. Rd. 42 in Rosemount and Co. Rd. 86 in Hampton. Work will include constructing crossovers, repairing drainage and installing signs.

  • Construction: Spring 2023 through fall 2024

Hwy 53 — International Falls

Reconstruct Hwy 53 from Crescent Drive to Fourth Street and on Hwy 11 from the east junction of Hwy 71 to the east junction of Hwy 53 in International Falls in St. Louis County; complete streets improvements

  • Construction dates: July to October 2020, and May to October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures, local detours

Hwy 53 — Intersection improvements

Adding a southbound median left turn lane on Hwy 53 at P&H Road, widening the median crossover, and paving a portion of P&H Road.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 55 — Brooten, Belgrade

Reconstructed Hwy 55 through the cities of Brooten and Belgrade, Stearns County, included road surface, storm sewer and pedestrian sidewalks.

Hwy 55 — Golden Valley

Resurfaced Hwy 55 between General Mills Boulevard and Hwy 100 in Golden Valley; improved safety and accessibility; built the start of a trail between Winnetka Avenue and Glenwood Avenue

Hwy 55 — Plymouth to Golden Valley

Resurface Hwy 55 between Old Rockford Road in Plymouth and General Mills Boulevard in Golden Valley.

  • Construction: June 2024 through July 2025

Hwy 55 — Minneapolis

Crews will resurface Hwy 55/Hiawatha Ave. between I-35W and Hwy 62, repair bridges from Hwy 55 to 7th St., 8th St. to Hwy 55 and SB Hwy 55 over Franklin Ave.

  • Construction: April through November 2022

Hwy 55 — Minneapolis

Remove/replace pavement on Hwy 55 between Van White Memorial Blvd. and North Bryant Ave. in Minneapolis. Project work also includes removal of the Bassett Creek tunnel and bridge repairs.

Hwy 55 (Hiawatha) — Minneapolis storm sewer project

Repaired storm sewer pipe that takes water from Hwy 55 in Minneapolis to the Mississippi River.

Hwy 55 — Rosemount

Construct dedicated turn lanes at the intersection of Hwy 55 and Doyle Path in Rosemount

  • Construction: Spring through fall 2022

Hwy 56 — LeRoy

Reconstruction of roadway, base, pedestrian facilities, drainage and city utilities.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

Hwy 57 — Kasson

Reconstruction of Hwy 57 in Kasson

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 59 and Hwy 108 — Pelican Rapids

Downtown Complete Streets reconstruction, resurface, utility replacement, bicycle and pedestrian accessibility improvements.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 59 — Winger

Resurface Hwy 59 from Winger to Erskine and improve pedestrian crossings in Winger

  • Scheduled for construction in 2021

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Hwys 60-79

Hwy 60 — Lake Crystal

Reconstruct Hwy 60 from west of the south junction with Blue Earth County Road 20 to east of Lakeview Road; replace utilities; construct a pedestrian train along the south side of Hwy 60 from Cemetery Road to Lakeview Road

Hwy 60 — Madelia to Lake Crystal

Resurface the eastbound lanes of Hwy 60 from the northern junction of Hwy 15 near Madelia to 0.4 miles west of the western junction of Blue Earth County Road 20 near Lake Crystal

Hwy 60 — Windom Corridor Study

Hwy 60 through the City of Windom is being studied to create a long-term vision for the corridor that incorporates community values, economic development, safety, and bicyclists and pedestrians

Hwy 60 — Worthington roundabouts

Reconstruct the inside curb of three roundabouts in Worthington on Hwy 60 at the intersections of Oxford St., I-90, and Nobles County Road 35

Hwy 61 — Grand Marais

Reconstruct, resurface Hwy 61 in Grand Marais, accessibility, drainage improvements from just north of Cutface Creek to just north of Hwy 14 in Grand Marais in Cook County

  • Construction dates: December 2019 to 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures, detours

Hwy 61 — Grand Portage

Resurfacing and bridge project from Reservation Bay Road to the Canadian Border in Cook County

  • Construction dates: July 2020 to fall 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures, local detour

Hwy 61 — Maplewood

Replace or repair culverts from County Road B and Arcade Street

  • Construction: April through June 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane and shoulder closures

Hwy 61/Arcade Street and Hwy 5/East 7th Street — St. Paul

Safety and accessibility improvements are needed on Hwy 5 and Hwy 61 from I-94 to Roselawn Ave. in St. Paul. The project will include repaving, sidewalk repairs, and accessibility for all.

  • Construction: April 2024 through October 2025

Hwy 61 Wabasha to Minnesota City

Resurfacing southbound lanes, constructing a reduced conflict intersection at Hwy 42 and replacing approach panels on six bridges

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 61/Hwy 316 roundabout

Constructing a roundabout at intersection, improving bicycle facilities, connections near Prairie Island Indian Community

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 61 — Lake County

Install new efficient tunnel lighting systems

  •  Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 61 — Two Harbors

Resurface almost seven miles of pavement south of Two Harbors, new intersection

  • Construction dates: May to October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: lane closures

Hwy 61 — Forest Lake to Wyoming

Resurfaced Hwy 61 between Hwy 8 in Forest Lake and I-35 in Wyoming. The work included pavement work, drainage updates, right turn lanes, safety and pedestrian improvements.

Hwy 63 and I-90 — Stewartville

Interchange improvements including replacement of the Hwy 63 bridges, and safety and vehicle traffic capacity improvements to the ramp geometrics and traffic operations within the corridor.

Hwy 64 — Akeley

Install larger box culvert at Eleventh Crow Wing Lake on Hwy 64 north of Akeley.

  • Construction dates: August-October 2021

Hwy 65 — Mora

Reconstruct the Hwy 65 (Hwy 23) bridge over the Snake River south of Division Street in Mora, Kanabec County, includes new multi-use trail.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 65 — Resurfacing project

Repave 42.59 miles of alternating sections of Highway 65 from the north junction of Highway 1 to 0.5 mile south of Highway 8 in Itasca County and Koochiching County.

  • Construction: 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Detour on portions of the project

Hwy 65 — Ham Lake to East Bethel

Several crashes occurred at this RCI intersection in spring and summer 2020, and some are still under review by the State Patrol. In the meantime, MnDOT engineers are reviewing all available historical crash data to identify patterns, and will be taking short term steps to enhance safety of the intersection. MnDOT continues to work closely with the City of East Bethel and Anoka County to understand the community’s needs and concerns.

  • Status: Project completed in August 2019. Re-evaluation opened in August 2020.

Hwy 65/Third Avenue Bridge — Minneapolis

The Hwy 65/Third Avenue bridge will get major renovation improvements including a new bridge deck.

  • Construction dates: May 2020 through August 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Lane and bridge closures

Hwy 67 — Clarkfield

Reconstruction of Hwy 67 from Hwy 59 to Sixth Street

  • Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 71 — Browerville

Replace Hwy 71 bridges over the Drayer Creek and Harris Creek in Browerville, Todd County.

  • Construction: 2022
  • Impacts: Detour

Hwy 71 — Olivia

Resurfacing of Hwy 71 from Viking Drive to the intersection of Hwy 212 in Olivia

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 71 — Willmar

Corridor improvement projects

  • Construction dates: June – Sept 2021

Hwy 71 — Sauk Centre

Reconstruct and improve safety on Hwy 71 in Sauk Centre, Stearns County.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2025

Hwy 73 — Chisholm

Resurface Hwy 73 from Hwy 169 to 13th Street NW/McNiven Road

  • Scheduled for construction in Summer 2027

Hwy 73 — Railroad bridge

Rehabilitate the Hwy 73 bridge over the BNSF Railroad on Hwy 73, 2.5 miles south of Hwy 169 in Saint Louis County

Hwy 75 — Hallock

Resurface Hwy 75 and make pedestrian accommodations.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022-2023

Hwy 77 — Apple Valley

Replace lighting at McAndrews Road and 127th Street

  • Construction: February through August 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and shoulder closures

Hwy 77 — Bloomington

Made repairs and painted bridge over the Minnesota River.

Hwy 77 — Bloomington to Minneapolis

Hwy 77 will be resurfaced, improve drainage, improve accessibility and center media barrier added.

  • Construction: April through November 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Road, lane and ramp closures

Hwy 77 — Richfield

Build underpass beneath Hwy 77 connecting 77th Street in Richfield to 66th Street; build ramps, build trail, sidewalk.

  • Construction: Spring 2021 through fall 2022

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Hwys 80-99

Hwy 84 — Pine River

Replace the Hwy 84 bridge over the Norway Brook in Pine River, Cass County. The new structure has pedestrian sidewalks on both sides and shoulders for bicyclists.

Hwy 86 — Lakefield

Reconstruct Hwy 86 through the City of Lakefield; upgrade wastewater and water systems

Hwy 87 — Frazee Complete Streets

Downtown Complete Streets reconstruction, resurface, utility replacement, ADA improvements and multi-use trail.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

I-90 — Luverne to Beaver Creek

Nine miles of westbound I-90 from Beaver Creek to the Rock River in Luverne will be resurfaced

  • June to September 2021 construction

I-90 and Hwy 63 — Stewartville

Interchange improvements including replacement of the Hwy 63 bridges, and safety and vehicle traffic capacity improvements to the ramp geometrics and traffic operations within the corridor.

Hwy 93 — Henderson

Raise Hwy 93 from the intersection of Hwy 169 to the southern limits of Henderson, putting it above the 100-year flood elevation

  • 2022 and 2023 construction

I-94 — East Metro Interchange study (I-694/I-494/I-94)

This study focuses on finding the long-term vision for the I-94/I-494/I-694 interchange while ensuring that other projects in the interchange area are compatible with that vision.

  • Study dates: 2019 through summer 2021

I-94 — Maple Grove to Clearwater

Resurface road, replace/construct bridges, add lanes and improve access

  • Construction dates: August 2019 through fall 2021
  • Traffic impacts: All lanes will remain open during construction with lane restrictions on nights or weekends. Special consideration is being made to keep Friday evening weekend rush hour lanes open.

I-94 and I-394 — Minneapolis

Repair bridge joints and resurface ramps connecting I-94 and I-394 to downtown Minneapolis.

  • Construction: April through November 2021

I-94 — Oakdale to Lakeland

Resurface I-94 between Hwy 120/Century Ave. and the St. Croix River. Additional work includes constructing a new eastbound lane from I-494 to Woodbury Dr., repair drainage, replace signage, upgrade lighting, install median barrier and more improvements along the project area.

  • Construction dates: Fall 2022 through late fall 2024

I-94 — Rethinking Minneapolis to Saint Paul

MnDOT, along with FHWA, Ramsey & Hennepin Counties and the cities of Saint Paul and Minneapolis, are preparing a Tiered Environmental Impact Statement for the Rethinking I-94 effort. Rethinking I-94 intends to reconnect neighborhoods, revitalize communities and ensure residents have a meaningful voice in transportation decisions that affect their lives.

  • Environmental review underway

I-94 — Saint Paul

ADA pedestrian ramps and sidewalk improvements along St. Anthony Avenue and Concordia Avenue Periodic enhancements will occur along the project area.

  • Construction dates: Spring through fall 2021
  • Pedestrian impacts: Sidewalk closures

I-94 — Saint Paul

Construct or repair a noise wall and install landscaping between Prior Avenue and Fairview Avenue

  • Construction: August 2021 through June 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and shoulder closures

I-94 — Saint Paul

Update pedestrian ramps at various locations to meet current accessibility standards from Cretin Avenue/Vandalia Street to Western Avenue and Fairview Avenue

  • Construction: April through October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and shoulder closures

I-94 — Saint Paul

Install landscaping from Pascal Street to Mackubin Street

  • Construction: August 2021 through June 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and shoulder closures

I-94 — Saint Paul

Improved accessibility and signals along the frontage road from Cretin Avenue to Griggs Street

I-94 — St. Paul standalone noise barrier

Construct a new wood plank and concrete post noise barrier on eastbound I-94 between Fairview Avenue and Prior Avenue in St. Paul.

  • Construction: August 2021 through June 2022

I-94 and I-35E — Saint Paul

Concrete pavement repair/resurfacing between Western Avenue and Mounds Boulevard; and on I-35E between I-94 and University Avenue in St. Paul. Resurface ramps and frontage roads, bridge repair, fix drainage and repair various sidewalks and ADA improvements

  • Construction dates: Summer 2021 through fall 2022

I-94 and I-694 — Brooklyn Center

Resurfaced, concrete pavement repairs, drainage and ADA improvements on I-94/I-694 between Brooklyn Boulevard and just east of Dupont Avenue in Brooklyn Center.

I-94 — Central Minnesota

Future road construction plans for I-94 in Wright and Stearns counties, in central Minnesota. Includes the communities of St. Michael, Albertville, Monticello, Clearwater, St. Cloud, Collegeville and Sauk Centre.

  • Current, future plans and studies

I-94 — Maple Grove to Clearwater

Resurface road, replace/construct bridges, add lanes and improve access

  • Construction: August 2019 to fall 2021
  • Impacts: All lanes will remain open during construction with lane restrictions on nights or weekends. Special consideration is being made to keep Friday evening weekend rush hour lanes open.

Hwy 95 — Woodbury

Resurface the road, improve drainage, and update accessibility to meet current standards from Hudson Boulevard to Valley Creek Road and from Valley Creek Road to the junction of 40th Street/Bailey Road

  • Construction: July through October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane and shoulder closures

Hwy 95 — Scandia

Repair drainage south of Cedar Cliff Road

  • Construction: August through early November 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane and shoulder closures

Hwy 95 — West of Cambridge

Reconstruct 12 miles of Hwy 95 road surface and replace 17 pipes from Isanti Co. Rd. 15 near Wyanett to west limits of Cambridge, includes new roundabout at Hwy 47. Project requires a detour.

  • Construction: July to October 2021
  • Impacts: Detour, delays

Hwy 97 — Forest Lake

Safety improvements, construct dedicated turn lanes on Hwy 97, and construct a multi-use trail.

  • Construction: 2024 through 2025
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures or possible full closures

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Hwys 100-199

Hwy 100 — Brooklyn Center

Concrete pavement repair, asphalt resurfacing and bridge deck replacement on Hwy 100 from just south of I-94/I-694 to just west of Dupont Ave. in Brooklyn Center.

Hwy 100 — Edina to Robbinsdale

Repaired or relocated fences.

Hwy 100 — St. Louis Park

Removed diseased, damaged, volunteer and invasive trees and shrubs in area bounded by Hwy 100, 28th Street, Toledo Avenue and 29th Street

Hwy 107 — Braham

Community invited to ‘try-out’ potential walk, bike opportunities at a demonstration project set-up in Braham, Isanti County. Includes: Curb extensions at Central Dr., narrowed road and parking

Hwy 108 — Henning

Reconstruct Hwy 108 in Henning, utility replacements, bicycle and pedestrian accessibility upgrades.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 120 — Maplewood to Oakdale

This study will identify issues, priorities and environmental concerns on Hwy 120 between I-94 in Maplewood and I-694 in Oakdale.

  • Study dates: Summer 2020 through summer 2022

Hwy 123 — Sandstone

Resurfacing Hwy 123 from Hwy 23 to County Hwy 30, and realign Hwy 123 and Hwy 23 intersection

  • Scheduled for construction in 2021-2022

Hwy 135 — Biwabik

Reconstruct Hwy 135 in Biwabik; complete streets improvements

  • Construction dates: July 2020 through October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Lane closures, detour

Hwy 156/Concord Street — Saint Paul

Repair and resurface nearly one mile of Hwy 156 between Hwy 52 and Annapolis Street in St. Paul. Work includes new traffic signals at Concord St., ADA improvements and retaining wall repair.

  • Construction: August 2021 through July 2022

Hwy 169 — Belle Plaine to Blakeley Township

Improve or eliminate certain intersections and install a cable median barrier to improve the safety of the corridor on Hwy 169 between Hwy 25 in Belle Plaine and Hwy 19 in Blakeley Township.

  • Construction: Spring through fall 2023

Hwy 169 — Belle Plaine

Belle Plaine Area Plan

  • Study completed 2003; no projects have been funded or planned

Hwy 169 — Jordan

Repaired or replaced drainage structures, or earth retention systems at 173rd Street.

Hwy 169 — Mobility study

Hwy 169 mobility and transit improvements between Hwy 55 in Golden Valley and Hwy 41 in Shakopee, and between Mankato and the Twin Cities Metro area.

Hwy 169 — Shakopee to Blakely

Identify options for access changes, improvements to safety and mobility

Hwy 169 and Hwy 47 — Anoka

Repair and resurface approximately 2.5 miles of Hwy 169 between the north end of the Mississippi River bridge to Clay Street in Anoka. Hwy 47 will be resurfaced from Pleasant Street to Bunker Lake Road in Anoka.

  • Construction: July through October 2021

Hwy 169 — Blue Earth to Elmore

Resurface nine miles of Hwy 169 from Faribault County Road 52 (southern limits of Blue Earth) to the northern limits of Elmore

Hwy 169 — Elk River freeway

Convert three miles of Hwy 169 to a new freeway system through Elk River from Hwy 101/Hwy 10 to 197th Ave, Sherburne County. Corridors of Commerce project.

  • Preliminary design in progress; scheduled for construction in 2022-2024

Hwy 169 — Mankato/North Mankato Corridor Study

A nine-mile corridor of Highway 169 through Mankato/North Mankato is being studied for safety, intersection modifications, traffic flow, pedestrian and bicyclist connections, and alternative roadway designs to develop a long-term vision for future improvements

Hwy 169 — South of Zimmerman

Sherburne County will improve access and install two reduced conflict intersections on Hwy 169 at Sherburne Co. Rd. 19 and Co. Rd. 25.

Hwy 169/Hwy 22/Hwy 99 — St. Peter Intersections

To improve safety and traffic flow on the south side of St. Peter, construct dual left turn lanes at the intersection of Hwy 169/Hwy 22 and construct a Restricted Crossing U-Turn (also referred to as an RCUT or J-Turn) at the intersection of Hwy 169/Hwy 99

Hwy 197 — Bemidji

Corridor safety and access management

  • Community Review Panel study (looking for preferred alternative in spring 2021)

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Hwys 200-299

Hwy 210 — Brainerd project study

Study of the Hwy 210/Washington Street corridor between Baxter Dr. and Pine Shores Rd in Brainerd, Crow Wing County. Results of the study will  inform plans for the future reconstruction project.

  •  Study 2019-2021; plan 2022-2024; scheduled for construction in 2025 or beyond

Hwy 210 — Crosby to Ironton

Reconstruct or resurface road and improve pedestrian access from the Cuyuna Regional Medical Center to west of Sixth Avenue in Ironton.

Hwy 210 — Baxter

Improve five miles of Hwy 210 through Baxter between Baxter Dr. and Timberwood Dr., Crow Wing County.

  • Plans in progress; projects scheduled for construction 2022 and 2024

Hwy 210 — Deerwood to Aitkin

Improve 12 miles of concrete road surface and repair/replace pipes on Hwy 210  from Hwy 6 in Deerwood to Ninth Avenue West in Aitkin.

  • Construction: July-October 2021
  • Impacts: Weekday detour, lane closures on westbound

Hwy 212 — Brownton

Construct roundabout at the intersection of Hwy 212 and Hwy 15 near Brownton

  • Scheduled for construction in 2025

Hwy 212 — Glencoe

Construct two J-turns on Hwy 212 in the Glencoe area. 

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 212 — Glencoe

Construct roundabout at the intersection of Hwy 212 and Morningside Dr. in Glencoe

  • Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 212 — Sacred Heart

Resurface Hwy 212 with reconstruction in Sacred Heart

  • Scheduled for construction in 2023

Hwy 218 — Blooming Prairie

The Hwy 218 corridor through Blooming Prairie (Fourth Street to Hwy 30) is due for reconstruction in 2024.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2024

Hwy 243 — Franconia Township and Osceola

Designing the reconstruction of the Hwy 243/Osceola Bridge over the St. Croix National and Scenic Riverway, in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT).

  • Construction: Summer 2025

Hwy 252 and I-94 — Environmental Review

MnDOT, along with FHWA, Hennepin County and the cities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park and Minneapolis, are preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the Hwy 252/I-94 project. The project partners will address the purpose and need for the project in the EIS document and develop transportation alternatives.

  • Environmental review underway

Hwy 271 — Hendricks

Resurfacing of Hwy 271 from the junction of Hwy 19 to the MN/SD border

  • Construction dates: August to October 2021

Hwy 280 and Broadway Street — Lauderdale

Close the median crossing, remove the northbound left turn lane and traffic signal system and extend the median barrier. This will eliminate traffic movements from northbound Hwy 280 to westbound Broadway Street.

  • Construction: Spring through summer 2024

Hwy 282 and Hwy 21 — Jordan

Replacing two bridges, repaving, adding trail, erosion and drainage repair.

  • Construction dates: March 2020 through October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane and road closures

Hwy 287 — Long Prairie

Community invited to try-out potential walk, bike opportunities at a demonstration project set-up in Long Prairie, Todd County. Includes: Multi-use trail, curb extensions and narrowed road

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Hwys 300-694

Hwy 316 — Hastings

Reconstruct Hwy 316 between the north junction of Hwy 61 and Michael Avenue

  • Construction: May through November 2021

Business Hwy 371 — Barrows to Brainerd

Reconstruct the road, upgrade the signal and improve pedestrian access  from Greenwood Street to Joseph Street in Brainerd; Resurface road from 70th Avenue in Barrows to Greenwood Street Work requires detours.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 371 — Brainerd Lakes area

Improve access and safety at three intersections along a busy stretch of Hwy 371 with use of reduced conflict intersections between Gull Lake Dam Road (Crow Wing County Road 125) and Green Gables Road (Crow Wing County Road 126), includes access to Birchdale Rd (Brainerd International Raceway).

  • Plans in progress; scheduled for construction in 2022

Hwy 371 — Hackensack

Reconstruct Hwy 371 from County Road 40 to County Road 5 in Hackensack.

  • Community outreach, information gathering and project development

Hwy 371 — Nisswa to Pine River project study

Project study to expand to four lanes and improve access along the corridor. Since the study was completed, Hwy 371 has been expanded to four lanes between Nisswa and Jenkins. Pine River to Jenkins remains unprogrammed for expansion.

I-394 and I-94 — Minneapolis

Repair bridge joints and resurface ramps connecting I-94 and I-394 to downtown Minneapolis.

  • Construction: April through November 2021

I-494 — Airport to Hwy 169

Study to evaluate design alternatives and determine a scope of work for the future reconstruction of the I-494 corridor from the MSP Intl’ Airport to Hwy 169. The proposed project is envisioned to improve the capacity of the interstate and dramatically improve the reliability of the average rush hour trip.

  • Study underway; scheduled for construction in 2022-2024

I-494 — Richfield

Build tunnel under I-494 at Knox Avenue for Orange line bus rapid transit.

  • Construction dates: August 2019 to October 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Closure of ramps from southbound I-35W to westbound I-494 and from eastbound I-494 to southbound I-35W

I-494 and Hwy 62 — Congestion relief study

Mobility and transit improvements

I-494 and I-694 — Woodbury to Oakdale

Install landscaping on I-694 from 10th Street to I-694/494/94 junction and on I-494 from I-694/494/94 junction to Tamarack Road

  • Construction: August 2021 through November 2023
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane and shoulder closures

I-535 – Blatnik Bridge

Replacement of the Blatnik Bridge between Duluth, Minn., and Superior, Wis.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2027

Hwy 610 — Coon Rapids

Replaced the signal and updated accessibility to meet current standards at Coon Rapids Boulevard

I-694 — New Brighton

Repaired noise wall along the south side of I-694 between Silver Lake Road and Long Lake Road

I-694 — Oakdale to Maplewood

Concrete road repaired on I-694 between 10th Street in Oakdale and Hwy 61 in Maplewood

I-694 — Vadnais Heights/White Bear Lake to Oakdale

Install lighting from Hwy 61 in Vadnais Heights/White Bear Lake to County Road 10 in Oakdale

  • Construction: August 2020 through May 2021
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, ramp and shoulder closures

I-694 and I-494 — Woodbury to Oakdale

Install landscaping on I-694 from 10th Street to I-694/494/94 junction and on I-494 from I-694/494/94 junction to Tamarack Road

  • Construction: August 2021 through November 2023
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane and shoulder closures

ADA improvement project

Improvements to sidewalks, ramps and driveways to meet current ADA standards on multiple highways.

  • Construction dates: April – September 2021

Bridges – Highways 11, 89, 9 and 32 bridges

Repair 4 bridges: Hwy 9 bridge over Marsh River south of Ada, Hwy 11 bridge over Silver Creek east of Baudette, Hwy 32 bridge south of Greenbush, Hwy 89 bridge over Roseau River northwest of Roseau.

  • Scheduled for construction in 2021

Metro Wide — St. Louis Park, Arden Hills and Shoreview

Applied a thin surface treatment on Hwy 7 between Texas Avenue and Hwy 100 in St. Louis Park, and on Hwy 10, 51 and I-694 interchange area in Arden Hills and Shoreview.

Metro Wide — Saint Paul, White Bear Lake, South Saint Paul, Eden Prairie and Cologne

Apply a thin surface treatment on Hwy 5 from Excel Energy Center to St. Clair Ave. in St. Paul. On Hwy 61 from Keller Lake to County Road 65 in White Bear Lake. On Hwy 3/South Robert Street from Mendota Road to Annapolis Street. On Hwy 212 from I-494 to Hwy 62 and on Hwy 284 from Hwy 212 to Hwy 5 in Cologne.

  • Construction: June 2021 through June 2024
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane and shoulder closures

Metro Wide — Mendota, Minneapolis, Maplewood and Woodbury

Repair concrete road surface on Hwy 62 from the west end of the Mendota Bridge to Hwy 5. On Hwy 55 from Hiawatha to I-94. On I-694 from Hwy 61 to Hwy 36 and on I-494 from Tamarack Road to Lake Road.

  • Construction: May 2021 through June 2022
  • Traffic impacts: Possible lane, shoulder and ramp closures with possible detours

Plymouth Avenue — Minneapolis

The Plymouth Avenue bridge over I-94 in Minneapolis will get a new driving surface and the nearby intersection at Plymouth Avenue and Third Street will get improved sidewalks, ramps and signals.

  • Construction: May through July 2023

Stone Arch Bridge — Minneapolis

Preservation of the historic bridge including repointing mortar and repairing/replacing some of the stone

  • Scheduled for construction in 2022-2024

Urban freight perspectives study — Metro district

The Urban Freight Perspectives study is focused on enhancing freight mobility in MnDOT’s Metro District by improving communication with freight stakeholders and integrating freight considerations into the district’s project development process.

  • Study dates: April 2020 through fall 2021

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N.D. Transportation plans 2022 construction start to Super 2 U.S. Highway 52

Jill Schramm/MDN A truck travels down U.S. Highway 52 Tuesday near Sawyer. The North Dakota Department of Transportation is preparing a project that will add passing/climbing lanes from Carrington to Canada.

The construction of passing lanes on U.S. Highway 52 is set to begin next year, although it will be a few more years before motorists fully see the “Super 2” highway concept from Canada to Carrington.

Survey crews with Ulteig, the North Dakota Department of Transportation’s engineering consultant, are gathering information in the development of an environmental document for the stretch from Minot to Carrington.

Barring any hitches in completing the environmental review, the department has an aggressive schedule to construct passing lanes in 2022 between Carrington and Fessenden, said Steve Salwei, director of transportation programs for the NDDOT.

Previous survey work had been done north of Minot, and the highway between the Canadian border and the junction of N.D. Highway 5, north of Kenmare, also is set for 2022.

In 2023, the plan is to undertake construction from Highway 5 to Minot and from Fessenden to just east of Balfour. The estimated $11.5 million segment between Minot and east of Balfour is on the schedule for 2024.

Salwei said plans for passing lanes will be dependent on environmental findings, but the department already is considering locations of potential lanes.

The number of passing/climbing lanes between Minot and Carrington is currently expected to be 11 southeast-bound and 12 northwest-bound, although this could change based on the environmental review. A number of turn lanes also will be improved, and lighting will be installed at Highway 52 and N.D. Highway 14.

Randy Hauck of Velva, who has been involved with a regional committee that pushed for Highway 52 improvements, noted safety concerns because the highway carries a high ratio of trucks to other vehicular traffic. A past chairman of Velva’s economic development corporation, Hauck said the community had advocated for highway improvements since the late 1990s and has seen some upgrades with widening of the roadway, climbing lanes and a four-lane section near Minot.

“But this will be a real safety improvement to have passing lanes,” he said. “I am glad the DOT is stepping up.”

An open house on the Carrington to Minot segment will be held Aug. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Velva school.

The Highway 52 project received a federal infrastructure grant that will cover

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July 22, 2021

Construction work begins on 45th St. Interchange Bridge

Starting Friday, July 23, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin work on 45th St. Interchange Bridge over I-94, foam jacking the approach panels and installing expansion...

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July 19, 2021

Structure repair continues on I-94 Raymond Interchange

Crews will be putting a detour in place to replace beam Starting tomorrow, July 20, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will continue structure repair on I-94 Exit 342...

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July 12, 2021

Structure repair begins on I-94 Raymond Interchange

Crews will close lanes on Raymond Interchange bridge Starting July 12, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin a structure repair on I-94 Exit 342 Raymond Interchange...

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June 4, 2021

Concrete repair work begins on I-29 from Main Ave to 19th Ave N

Crews will close the left lane for northbound and southbound I-29 traffic Starting Monday, June 7, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin a concrete pavement repair...

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May 24, 2021

Bridge Painting on I-29 Exit 78 at Argusville Begins today

Crews will alternate closing outside and inside lanes for northbound and southbound I-29 traffic Starting today, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin a painting...

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May 19, 2021

Construction work begins on 9th St. Interchange Bridge (Veterans Blvd)

Crews will close the two west lanes of southbound traffic. Starting tomorrow, May 20, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin work on the 9th St. (Veterans Blvd)...

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May 13, 2021

Construction work begins on 38th Street and I-29 southbound exit ramp intersection

Crews will close turning lanes and temporary traffic detour will be put in place Starting Friday, May 14, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin additional project...

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May 10, 2021

Bridge Painting on I-29 Exit 56 at Horace Begins Tuesday, May 11th

Crews will alternate closing outside and inside lanes for northbound and southbound I-29 traffic Starting Tuesday, May 11th, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin...

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May 7, 2021

Project Work Begins on Northbound and Southbound I-29

Crews will close various lanes on I-29 from 32nd Ave S to 19th Ave N. Starting early next week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin project work on I-29 northbound...

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May 7, 2021

Construction begins on I-94 at I-29 Intersection

Crews will close various lanes throughout project limits Starting Monday, May 10, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin project work on I-94. Crews will be present...

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April 30, 2021

Construction work begins on 38th Street South Corridor

Crews will close turning lanes on intersections throughout project limits Starting Monday, May 3, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin project work through the...

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April 21, 2021

Southbound I-29 Wild Rice River Bridge Reconstruction

Fargo, ND (April 21) – Starting tomorrow, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin working on repairs to the southbound I-29 Wild Rice River bridge near the Wild Rice...

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April 9, 2021

Construction work begins on 64th Ave. S

Fargo, ND (April 12) – Starting Tuesday, contractors will be present on the shoulder of I-29 between Exit 56 (Horace-Wild Rice Interchange) and Exit 60 (52nd Ave. S) as crews begin preparing the area...

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April 2, 2021

Bridge Painting on I-29 Exit 54 at Davenport Begins Early Next Week

Crews will alternate closing outside and inside lanes for northbound and southbound I-29 traffic

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October 21, 2020

NDDOT urges motorists to prepare for winter weather and traffic impacts

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) would like to remind motorists to prepare for snow-covered road conditions in North Dakota as winter weather is beginning to bring snow to the region, which means travel can be difficult.

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October 14, 2020

Northbound I-29 Wild Rice River Bridge Opens Friday Evening

By the end of this week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will finish this year’s project work on the bridge repair project near the I-29 Wild Rice River interchange, south of Exit 54.

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October 12, 2020

I-29 Lane Reductions Resume Wednesday in Fargo

Starting this week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin the final phase of project work for concrete pavement repairs (CPR) on Interstate 29 (I-29) between 52nd Avenue South and Main Avenue.

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September 25, 2020

Temporary Lane Reductions Shift Monday on I-29 in Fargo

Beginning Monday, September 28, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin setting up traffic control for the next phase of concrete pavement repairs (CPR) on Interstate 29 (I-29) between 52nd Avenue South and Main Avenue.

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September 15, 2020

State and local officials celebrate the early completion of the Main Avenue Phase 2 Reconstruction Project in Downtown Fargo

Today, North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Director Bill Panos and Fargo Mayor Dr. Tim Mahoney, along with representatives from the offices of Senator Hoeven, Senator Cramer, and other state and local officials, celebrated the completion of the second and final phase of the Main Avenue reconstruction with a ribbon cutting event in downtown Fargo.

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September 11, 2020

Temporary I-29 Lane Reductions Move North Monday in Fargo

Over the weekend, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin setting up traffic control for the next section of concrete pavement repairs (CPR) on Interstate 29 (I-29) between 52nd Avenue South and Main Avenue.

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September 8, 2020

Traffic Shift on I-29 Tri-Level Bridge Deck

Beginning tomorrow, September 9, at 6 a.m., the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin the next phase of project work for the I-29 tri-level bridge.

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September 4, 2020

Final Section of the Newly Reconstructed Main Avenue Slated to Open Sunday

By late afternoon Sunday, crews will open the final section of Main Avenue between 8th Street and the 10th Street South underpass bridge to traffic.

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August 27, 2020

Temporary I-29 Lane Reductions Begin Monday in Fargo

Starting early next week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin concrete pavement repairs (CPR) on Interstate 29 (I-29) between 52nd Avenue South and Main Avenue.

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August 26, 2020

19th Avenue North Asphalt Overlay Complete

Today, August 26, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors removed all traffic control and reopened all lanes on 19th Avenue North between I-29 and Dakota Drive to traffic.

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August 25, 2020

Temporary Lane Closure on I-29 Tri-Level Bridge Deck

Starting this week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin the next phase of project work for the I-29 tri-level bridge.

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August 14, 2020

19th Avenue North Asphalt Overlay Begins Monday, August 17

Starting early next week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin a maintenance project on 19th Avenue North between I-29 and Dakota Drive.

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August 13, 2020

I-29 Tri-Level Bridge Deck Lane Reduction Begins Monday Evening

Starting early next week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin the first phase of project work for the I-29 tri-level bridge.

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August 12, 2020

12th Avenue North Bridge Deck Overlay Nears Completion

By early evening Thursday, August 13, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will remove all traffic control for the 12th Avenue North and I-29 bridge deck overlay.

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August 6, 2020

Temporary Westbound I-94 Lane Closures on Saturday in Fargo

Over the weekend, North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will install a new overhead sign along Interstate 94 (I-94) in Fargo. The sign will replace the current “Welcome to North Dakota” sign on the overhead truss, just west of the Red River bridge.

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August 5, 2020

Speed limit changes from 75 mph to 65 mph on I-29 in south Fargo today

The North Dakota Department of Transportation and the North Dakota Highway Patrol have changed the speed limit on a section of I-29 in south Fargo.

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August 3, 2020

Interstate Signal Systems Slated to Receive Updated Video Detection Systems in Fargo

Starting this week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin installation of equipment for updated video detection systems on the majority of interstate signal systems in Fargo.

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July 24, 2020

Main Avenue and 8th Street South Intersection Slated to Open Saturday Evening

By late evening Saturday, July 25, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors will open an additional section of roadway to local traffic on Main Avenue between 8th Street to 7th Street South.

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July 20, 2020

Final 12th Avenue North Traffic Shift Begins Wednesday Morning

Crews will shift traffic back to their respective sides with a single inside lane closure in each direction

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July 20, 2020

I-29 Sheyenne River Bridge Deck Overlay Nears Completion

Crews will remove all traffic control and fully reopen both bridges Tuesday afternoon

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July 17, 2020

10th Street South Underpass Overnight Closures 8PM – 6AM Monday Through Wednesday Next Week

Travel under Main Avenue through the 10th Street underpass will be temporarily detoured and reopened by the early morning commute for three nights in downtown Fargo

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July 7, 2020

Construction Slated for Northbound I-29 Wild Rice River Bridge Begins Early Next Week

Starting next week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin working on a bridge repair project near the I-29 Wild Rice River interchange, south of Exit 54.

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July 7, 2020

Lane closures on I-29 Southbound from the Christine Interchange to the Oxbow Interchange begin Wednesday July 8

Construction is scheduled to begin July 8, on I-29 from the Christine Interchange to the Oxbow Interchange.

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July 2, 2020

Section of Main Avenue Slated to Open Between Broadway and 7th Street South Friday Morning

By early morning Friday, July 3, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors will open Main Avenue from Broadway to west of the 7th Street South intersection to local traffic.

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June 19, 2020

Final Main Avenue Roadway Closure Begins Saturday

Starting Saturday, June 20, by 7 a.m. the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors will close the remaining section of Main Avenue to be reconstructed, from west of 8th Street South to the 10th Street South intersection.

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June 17, 2020

Northbound I-29 Lane Reduction Begins Thursday in Fargo

Progress continues on the installation of concrete median barriers along Interstate 29 (I-29) between 17th Avenue South to 32nd Avenue South.

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June 15, 2020

NDDOT to begin mowing in state highway ditches

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) will begin mowing the top cut along shoulders of state highways next week.

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June 12, 2020

Upcoming Traffic Shift on the 12th Avenue North and I-29 Bridge Deck Begins Monday Morning in Fargo

Starting early next week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin the next phase of project work for the 12th Avenue North and I-29 bridge deck overlay.

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June 5, 2020

Overnight 10th Street South Underpass Closures 8 PM – 6AM Monday Through Wednesday

Starting Monday, June 8, through Wednesday, June 10, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors will temporary close 10th Street South under Main Avenue to traffic to safely install bird netting and roadway canopy under the bridge.

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May 28, 2020

I-29 Temporary Lane Reductions Begin Monday in Fargo

Starting early next week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin installation of concrete median barriers along Interstate 29 (I-29) between 17th Avenue South to 32nd Avenue South.

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May 21, 2020

Main Avenue and 8th Street Intersection will Close to Traffic Early Tuesday Morning

Beginning Tuesday, May 26, at 7 a.m., the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors for the Main Avenue Makeover improvement project in downtown Fargo will extend the third traffic impact west and close the Main Avenue and 8th Street South intersection.

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May 14, 2020

University Drive and Main Avenue Intersection will Fully Open to Traffic by Friday Evening

By early evening Friday, May 15, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors will remove all lane closures within the University Drive and Main Avenue intersection.

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May 11, 2020

I-29 Sheyenne River Bridge Deck Overlay Near Harwood Begins Today

Starting today, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin the first phase of project work for the I-29 Sheyenne River bridge deck overlays near Harwood.

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May 5, 2020

12th Avenue North Lane Reductions Begin Tomorrow in Fargo

Starting this week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) contractors will begin the first phase of project work for the 12th Avenue North and I-29 bridge deck overlay.

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May 4, 2020

Next Main Avenue Roadway Construction Phase Begins on Thursday

Starting this week, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors will be making traffic control changes within the Main Avenue Makeover improvement project in downtown Fargo.

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April 15, 2020

University Drive and Main Avenue Intersection Lane Reductions Begin Thursday Morning

Beginning Thursday, April 16, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors will move into the next phase of project work for the Main Avenue Makeover improvement project in downtown Fargo.

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April 10, 2020

Road Construction Begins Monday on Main Avenue in downtown Fargo

On Monday, April 13, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and the City of Fargo contractors are ready to begin the final phase of the Main Avenue Makeover Road Construction in downtown Fargo. Crews will begin roadway removals and underground work to upgrade existing water main, sanitary sewer system and storm sewer through the 1000 block of Main Avenue.

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April 3, 2020

No Travel Advisory Lifted from I-29 in eastern North Dakota; Travel Alert remains in effect for northeastern North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have LIFTED the No Travel Advisory for I-29 from Fargo to the Canadian Border.

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April 2, 2020

Travel Alert extended to southeastern North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have extended the Travel Alert to southeastern North Dakota due to freezing rain and snow causing icy conditions and making driving hazardous.

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April 2, 2020

No Travel Advised issued for I-29 from Fargo to Canadian Border

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have issued a No Travel Advisory for I-29 from Fargo to the Canadian Border due to snow and blowing snow causing reduced visibility and life threatening driving conditions

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March 30, 2020

Water on or near highways in portions of south central North Dakota

Motorists are advised to reduce speeds and use caution. ND 46, approximately five miles west of Gackle, water on the roadway, traffic will stop and take turns, reduce speeds and use caution when traveling through water. ND 46, approximately 1.5 miles west of Gackle, water on the roadway, traffic is allowed. The road surface may become icy with dropping temperatures.

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March 24, 2020

NDDOT lifts seasonal load restrictions on state highways after Burgum signs executive order

Beginning today, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) has temporarily lifted seasonal load restrictions on all state highways to minimize disruption of the supply chain during the COVID-19 public health emergency.

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March 22, 2020

NDDOT shifts services to operate virtually and online

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and Gov. Doug Burgum’s emergency declaration, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) is adjusting services to provide online or mail-in services only and working remotely to continue business operations.

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March 20, 2020

NDDOT closes rest area buildings; parking lot areas remain open

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) seeks to combat spread of the virus by temporarily closing buildings at rest areas across the state effective March 20 until further notice. Parking lot areas will remain open for use by the public. It has been indicated that transmission of the COVID-19 virus could infect people in “high touch” areas such as those found at public facilities like rest areas. The NDDOT does not have cleaning personnel continuously posted at rest areas.

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March 17, 2020

NDDOT has many services available online for state residents

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) has many services available online for residents who wish to conduct driver license or motor vehicle business without visiting an office.

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March 3, 2020

Seasonal load restrictions added to additional highways in southwestern North Dakota this week

Effective 7:00 a.m. CT, Wednesday, March 4, load restrictions will be added on additional North Dakota Highways in the southwest region of the state.

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February 26, 2020

Seasonal load restrictions added to additional highways in southwestern North Dakota this week

Effective 7:00 a.m. CT, Friday, February 28, load restrictions will be added on additional North Dakota Highways in the southwest region of the state. Highways with load limit restrictions are west of and include ND Hwy 8 to the Montana Border and south of I-94 to the South Dakota Border.

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February 12, 2020

I-29 OPENED from Grand Forks to the Canadian Border; No Travel Advised LIFTED for eastern North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED I-29 northbound and southbound lanes from Grand Forks to the Canadian Border.

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February 12, 2020

I-29 OPENED from Grand Forks to the South Dakota Border; ND Hwy 13 OPENED from I-29 to Wahpeton

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED I-29 northbound and southbound lanes from Grand Forks to the South Dakota Border and OPENED ND HWY 13 eastbound and westbound lanes from I-29 to Wahpeton.

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February 12, 2020

I-29 CLOSED from Canadian Border to South Dakota Border

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have now CLOSED I-29 northbound and southbound lanes from Fargo to the South Dakota Border due to strong winds causing blowing and drifting snow, areas of near zero visibility, and life-threatening driving conditions.

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February 12, 2020

I-29 CLOSED from Fargo to the Canadian Border; No Travel Advised extended to southeastern North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have CLOSED I-29 northbound and southbound lanes from Fargo to the Canadian Border due to strong winds causing blowing and drifting snow, areas of near zero visibility, and life-threatening driving conditions.

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February 12, 2020

No Travel Advised extended to portions of eastern North Dakota

Cities included in the No Travel Advised are Valley City, Jamestown, Ashley, Ellendale, Edgeley, and surrounding areas. Motorists should not travel due to hazardous conditions which may make it unsafe to travel. A Travel Alert has been issued for Lisbon, Forman, Wahpeton, Kindred, and surrounding areas.

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January 19, 2020

I-94 OPENED from Bismarck to Fargo; No Travel Advised LIFTED for portions of eastern North Dakota​

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED I-94 eastbound and westbound lanes from Bismarck to Fargo.​

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January 19, 2020

I-29 OPEN from Grand Forks to Fargo; No Travel Advised LIFTED for portions of eastern North Dakota​

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED I-29 northbound and southbound lanes from Grand Forks to Fargo.

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January 18, 2020

I-29 OPENED from Fargo to the South Dakota Border; ND Hwy 13 OPENED from I-29 to Wahpeton​

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED I-29 northbound and southbound lanes from Fargo to the South Dakota Border and OPENED ND HWY 13 eastbound and westbound lanes from I-29 to Wahpeton.

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January 18, 2020

I-29 CLOSED from Grand Forks to the South Dakota Border​

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have CLOSED I-29 northbound and southbound lanes from Grand Forks to the South Dakota Border due to strong winds causing blowing and drifting snow, areas of near zero visibility, and life-threatening driving conditions. I-94 remains CLOSED westbound and eastbound lanes from Bismarck to Fargo.

Motorists are not allowed to travel on a closed road due to life-threatening conditions. The road may be impassible or blocked. ​

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January 18, 2020

I-94 CLOSED from Bismarck to Fargo; No Travel Advised extended to northeastern North Dakota​

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have CLOSED I-94 westbound and eastbound lanes from Bismarck to Fargo due to strong winds causing blowing and drifting snow, areas of zero visibility, and life-threatening driving conditions. Motorists are not allowed to travel on a closed road due to life-threatening conditions. The road may be impassible or blocked.

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January 17, 2020

I-29 CLOSED from Fargo to South Dakota Border

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have CLOSEDI-29 northbound and southbound lanes from Fargo to the South Dakota Border due to high winds and falling snow creating zero visibility and snowdrifts. The road may be impassible or blocked. Motorists are not allowed to travel on a closed road due to life-threatening conditions.

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January 17, 2020

No Travel Advised issued for portions of southeastern North Dakota; Travel Alert also in effect for eastern North Dakota

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have issued a NoTravel Advised for areas in southeastern North Dakota due to blowing and drifting snow and near-zero visibility creating hazardous driving conditions. Cities included in the No Travel Advised area include Casselton, Fargo, Wahpeton, Lisbon and surrounding areas.A No Travel Advised means thatmotorists should not travel due to hazardous conditions which may make it unsafe to travel.

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December 30, 2019

Eastbound I-94 open from Jamestown to Fargo; Westbound I-94 open from Fargo to Valley City

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED eastbound I-94 from Jamestown to Fargo and have OPENED westbound I-94 from Fargo to Valley City, I-94 is open statewide for travel but motorists are encouraged to drive according to conditions as roadways may be snowy and icy from the recent storm.

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December 30, 2019

Eastbound I-94 open from Bismarck to Jamestown;Westbound I-94 open from Valley City to Bismarck

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED eastbound I-94 from Bismarck to Jamestown and have OPENED westbound I-94 from Valley City to Bismarck.

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December 29, 2019

I-29 closed from South Dakota Border to Canadian Border; I-94 closed from Bismarck to Fargo​

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have CLOSED I-29 northbound and southbound lanes from the South Dakota border to the Canadian border and have CLOSED I-94 eastbound and westbound lanes from Bismarck to Fargo due to heavy snow and high winds causing reduced visibility, icy roads, and life threatening driving conditions.  Motorists are not allowed to travel on a closed road due to life threatening conditions. The road may be impassible or blocked.​

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December 28, 2019

No Travel Advised for portions of southeastern North Dakota; Travel Alert issued for portions of southeastern North Dakota​

A Travel Alert has been issued for portions of southeastern North Dakota due to snow and drifting snow creating icy road conditions and areas of reduced visibility. Cities included in the Travel Alert are Jamestown, Valley City, Fargo, Hillsboro, Wahpeton, Lisbon, and surrounding areas. Cities included in the No Travel Advisory are Ashley, Edgeley, Ellendale, Oakes, Wishek, and surrounding areas. A No Travel Advisory means conditions are such that motorists should not travel in these areas. ​

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December 18, 2019

NDDOT seeks comments on 2020 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Amendment

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) is seeking comments on an amendment to the 2020-2023 State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) for inclusion of a previously unpublished project in 2020.

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December 12, 2019

Driver’s License office in Fargo temporarily moved to new location

Beginning Monday, December 16, Fargo driver’s license services will be moved to a temporary location at Village West Mall at 4101 13th Ave. S in Fargo while a renovation project takes place at the permanent driver’s license office on 38th Street S. The temporary move will allow for less disruptions in service for customers in Fargo.

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December 8, 2019

Travel Alert extended to southeastern North Dakota​

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have extended the Travel Alert to southeastern North Dakota due to heavy snow creating reduced visibility and slippery roads. Cities included in the Travel Alert are Jamestown, Valley City, Fargo, Casselton, Wahpeton, and surrounding areas. A Travel Alert means conditions are such that motorists can still travel in these areas, but should be advised of rapidly changing conditions. Motorists are encouraged to wear seat belts, reduce speed, and drive according to the conditions  ​

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December 1, 2019

No Travel Advised LIFTED for south central and northeastern North Dakota​

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have LIFTED the No Travel Advisory for south-central and northeastern North Dakota. All travelers are encouraged to monitor road conditions as weather conditions occur and use caution while traveling.​

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November 30, 2019

Travel Alert issued for southeastern North Dakota​

A Travel Alert has been issued for southeastern North Dakota due to icy roads and blowing snow causing reduced visibility in some areas. Cities included in the Travel Alert are Jamestown, Valley City, Fargo, Wahpeton, Ellendale, and surrounding areas. A Travel Alert means conditions are such that motorists can still travel in these areas, but should be advised of rapidly changing conditions. Motorists are encouraged to wear seat belts, reduce speed, and drive according to the conditions  ​

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November 26, 2019

Public Input Meeting December 3, to discuss proposed improvements to ND Highway 11/18 in Lidgerwood

A Public Input Meeting will be held from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm on Tuesday,  December 3, 2019, at Lidgerwood City Hall located at 15 Wiley Avenue N. The Public Input Meeting will utilize an open house format with a formal presentation at 6:00 pm.

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November 15, 2019

NDDOT finalizes 2020-2023 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program and begins next planning cycle

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) 2020-2023 Final Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is now available. The STIP is a four-year program of transportation improvements to be funded with federal highway and transit monies. Improvements include state and county highways, urban streets, roadway safety features, bikeways and busing programs.

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November 4, 2019

NDDOT and City of West Fargo celebrate the completion of the I-94 and Sheyenne Street projects

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) together with the City of West Fargo and other federal, state and local officials celebrated the completion of the reconstruction of Interstate 94 (I-94) and Sheyenne Street interchange, along with the City-led Sheyenne Street corridor from 13th Avenue W. to 40th Avenue W.

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October 25, 2019

Removal of hay bales from North Dakota rights of way extended to November 15

Due to a statewide flood emergency, the removal of all hay bales on North Dakota highway rights of way has been extended until Friday, November 15. Hay bales remaining on rights of way after November 15, will be removed as directed by the District Engineer. The bales need to be removed for snow management and safety reasons.

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October 22, 2019

I-94 Temporary Driving Lane Reductions Begin Thursday Evening

Contractors for the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Fargo District will be finishing the last section of roadway for maintaining or replacing parts of the Automatic Traffic Recording (ATR) system in one of the eastbound Interstate 94 (I-94) driving lanes between University Drive and 8th Street South. The I-94 eastbound project work will require a single lane closure later this week.

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October 17, 2019

Gov. Burgum, state and local officials celebrate the early completion of the Main Avenue Phase 1 Reconstruction Project in Downtown Fargo

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Director Bill Panos, Deputy Mayor and Fargo Commissioner Dave Piepkorn, along with representatives from the offices of Senator Hoeven, Senator Cramer, Representative Armstrong, and other state and local officials celebrated the completion of the first phase of the Main Avenue reconstruction with a ribbon-cutting event in downtown Fargo.

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October 14, 2019

Temporary lane closure in place beginning tomorrow on I-29 in Fargo for overhead utility work

Starting tomorrow, Tuesday, October 15, Excel Energy will be installing overhead power lines on I-29 in Fargo. During the project there will be a temporary lane closure and reduced speeds with possible traffic delays in place while they conduct their work.

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October 12, 2019

I-29 now OPEN from Fargo to Canadian Border

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED I-29 from Fargo to the Canadian border. Motorists should be aware that hazardous driving conditions exist and No Travel is Advised in the area. Because of heavy rains this fall there is extra concern for motorists due to water filled ditches along I-29 and other roadways in central and eastern North Dakota.

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October 12, 2019

I-94 and US 2 now OPEN

The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED I-94 from Bismarck to Fargo and US 2 from Rugby to the Grand Forks Airport. While the roadways are open, motorists should be aware of areas of hazardous driving conditions. Specifically, a No Travel Advisory will be in place from Steele to Jamestown on I-94 as areas of compacted snow and ice are still present. Motorists should be aware that during the overnight hours continuous blowing snow will cause icy road conditions as the temperatures drop. Motorists should use extreme caution if traveling the I-94 corridor.

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October 11, 2019

Portions of I-94, I-29 and US 2 CLOSED due to severe winter conditions and zero visibility

Issued as of 10 a.m.: NDDOT along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) are CLOSING a number of roadways due to heavy snow and wind creating life threatening conditions – I-94 CLOSED WESTBOUND from Bismarck to Fargo; I-94 CLOSED EASTBOUND from Bismarck to Valley City – I-29 CLOSED northbound and southbound from Grand Forks to the Canadian border.

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October 10, 2019

NDDOT reminds motorists to check road conditions before traveling during October winter storm

While a bit earlier than usual, parts of North Dakota are expecting significant snow, according to the National Weather Service. There is a possibility travel could be impacted by this storm and the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) is reminding motorists to check road conditions prior to traveling as the Travel Information Map and ND Roads app will be updated to reflect travel impacts.

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October 9, 2019

Main Avenue and 2nd Street South Intersection Opens as Roundabout Today

Today, October 9, at 1:30 p.m. crews reopened the Main Avenue and 2nd Street South intersection as a two-lane roundabout and additional travel routes in downtown Fargo.

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October 8, 2019

Hay bales need to be removed from North Dakota rights of way no later than November

All hay bales on North Dakota highway rights of way, must be removed by Friday, November 1. Hay bales remaining on rights of way after November 1, will be removed as directed by the District Engineer. The bales need to be removed for snow management and safety reasons.

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October 7, 2019

Temporary lane closure in place next week on I-29 in Fargo for overhead utility work

Next week, Excel Energy will be installing overhead power lines on I-29 in Fargo. During the project there will be a temporary lane closure and reduced speeds with possible traffic delays in place while they conduct their work.

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October 1, 2019

I-29 and I-94 Temporary Driving Lane Reductions Begin Thursday Evening

Contractors for the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) Fargo District will be maintaining or replacing parts of the Automatic Traffic Recording (ATR) system in three southbound Interstate 29 (I-29) driving lanes near 19th Avenue North, along with three westbound and one eastbound Interstate 94 (I-94) driving lanes between University Drive and 8th Street South.

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Load More UpdatesSours: https://nddotfargo.com/latest-updates/
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Cass County Highway Department

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The County Highway, Planning and Vector Control offices are all located at the Cass County Highway Department Complex in West Fargo.  The County Engineer is appointed by the County Board of Commissioners to serve as the department head for all of these operations.

The Cass County Highway Department is responsible for the efficient planning, design, construction and maintenance of highways and bridges on the County highway system. The Cass County highway system consists of 628 miles of roadway covering more than 1,700 square miles and 541 bridges of which 241 span a distance of 20 feet in length or greater.

Vision

To be recognized as a premier county highway program in the Northern Plain States.

Mission

To provide and maintain an efficient, safe, environmentally sensitive and cost-effective county transportation system to effectively meet citizen's needs for personal mobility and movement of goods consistent with the importance of transportation.

Links

Sours: https://www.casscountynd.gov/our-county/highway

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