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Posted on: August 20, 2018

One-day closure Tuesday, Aug. 21, of Sheyenne St. southbound lane from 24th Ave W. to 26th Ave W,

Aug. 21 Closure at 24th Ave W

On Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018, construction crews will close the southbound lane of Sheyenne Street from 24th Avenue W. to 26th Avenue W. This closure will allow crews to widen the roadway at 26th Avenue W. to provide more room for detour and construction traffic to turn at the intersection. This is a one-day closure and will only impact southbound traffic. Southbound traffic will need to turn west at 24th Avenue W., turn south at Fifth Street W. and then connect with 26th Avenue W. to head west to the Ninth Street W. detour.

Aug. 21 Closure at 24th Ave W

Sheyenne Street is currently closed to all traffic from 32nd Avenue W. to 26th Avenue W. The closure will allow construction crews to safely and efficiently complete pavement removals, utility replacements, and concrete paving in this stretch of the project. The closure is expected last an additional seven weeks, depending on any weather or unforeseen construction delays.

This closure is part of the City of West Fargo’s Sheyenne Street reconstruction project that will improve traffic safety and efficiency on a stretch of Sheyenne Street from 13th Avenue W. to 40th Avenue W. This segment of the project from Beaton Drive to 32nd Avenue W. will increase roadway capacity from one lane in each direction to three lanes in each direction. It also includes the installation of traffic signals at major intersections, utility improvements and the addition of a pedestrian underpass at the intersection of Sheyenne Street and 32nd Avenue W. The two-year project began in 2018 and coincides with the North Dakota Department of Transportation’s I-94 interchange reconfiguration project.

Motorists in this area should plan for delays and congestion during morning and evening commutes and adjust their travel plans accordingly. Motorists should also use care while on the Ninth Street W. detour to ensure they travel safely through the semi-residential area. Always use the ‘S’ check when traveling in and around construction areas – check your speed, space and stress. For more information on construction work zone safety visit https://www.dot.nd.gov/divisions/safety/streetskills/constructionzones.htm.

To stay updated on road closures, openings and detours visit www.westfargostreets.com.

About West Fargo

With an estimated population of more than 35,000, West Fargo is truly “a city on the grow” with one of the fastest growing communities in North Dakota. Throughout this phenomenal growth, West Fargo continues to offer an excellent student-oriented school district, a park district with exceptional facilities, and a variety of housing options to meet the needs of any resident. Boasting opportunities for both families and businesses, West Fargo combines the benefits of small-town living with the resources and amenities of a large metropolitan city. For more information, please visit www.westfargond.gov and follow @CityofWestFargo on Facebook and Twitter.

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