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Contractors for the 13th Avenue Road Reconstruction and Infrastructure Improvement Project will reopen the south side of the intersection of 13th Avenue and 50th Street Southwest in Fargo by late evening tonight. All turning movements for the intersection will be restored.Beginning Monday, July 23, the south side of the intersection of 13th Avenue and 14th Street East in West Fargo will have a short-term intersection closure as crews install new storm sewer and water main through the intersection. During the short-term intersection closure, motorists are not allowed to turn on to the main line of 13th Avenue from the south side. Once work is completed the turning movements onto 13th Avenue from the intersection will be restored. Project work is expected to last for five days and the intersection will reopen to drivers.Crews will also finish the final section of paving operations Monday at 5 a.m. on the south side of 13th Avenue between 48th Street South to 17th Street East. Drivers should be aware that there will be a heavy presence of concrete trucks in the work zone throughout the morning.On 13th Avenue between 48th Street S in Fargo to 17th Street E in West Fargo, traffic will continue to be carried head-to-head, plus turn lanes, on the north side of the street through the work zone. All other intersections will remain open as crews continue with construction activity on the south side of the street.
ACCESS CHANGE – Friday, July 20
PROJECT WORK: Crews paved concrete pavement on the south side of the intersection.
ACCESS CHANGE – Monday, July 23
PROJECT WORK: Crews will work to install new storm sewer and water main on the south side of the intersection.
TRAFFIC CONTROL – Phase 2, the current traffic phase will continue until late JulyWork zone: 13th Avenue between 45th Street S in Fargo to 12th Street E in West FargoTraffic control: Motorist are carried side-by-side on the north side of the roadwayOPEN:
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.