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On Saturday, Nov. 3, contractors for the 13th Avenue Road Reconstruction and Infrastructure Improvement Project will shift all traffic control into the final phase of the project to finish restoring the medians in center of roadway.
In each direction, motorists traveling on 13th Avenue in Fargo and West Fargo will encounter:
All mainline paving operations on 13th Avenue are complete. Crews will continue to work on curb and gutter, medians, and decorative concrete through the project limits.
Opened intersection (north side):
Reduced intersection access (center of roadway):
Upcoming intersection access changes: Monday, November 5
TRAFFIC CONTROL – Phase 4 will continue until mid-November
Work zone: 13th Avenue between 45th Street S in Fargo to 12th Street E in West Fargo
Traffic control: Motorists are carried on the outside through lanes and remain on the respective side of travel.
Lane widths are reduced to a maximum of 11 feet throughout the project during this phase. Trucks and other large vehicles are encouraged to use alternate routes.
To access commerce or travel through the area, drivers are encouraged to use alternative routes for their east-west driving.
PROJECT PHASES – As the project progresses, there will be multiple shifts in traffic control. The anticipated phase schedule is:
The purpose of the project is to replace aging infrastructure, with a goal of improving both pedestrian and vehicular safety and increasing roadway capacity through the area.
**Please remember all schedules are tentative and weather dependent.