Drivers will still notice construction activity through the interchange while crews complete turn lanes, medians, sidewalk, decorative railing, streetlight bases and curb and gutter over the next few weeks.
The two-year improvement project started in 2018 and will be complete, operating as designed by the middle of October. To build the new modified single point urban interchange design, the scope of work included installing new infrastructure and building a portion of the interchange structures:
- Westbound I-94 bridge
- Westbound loop ramp to Sheyenne Street
- Westbound on-ramp to I-94
- Westbound off-ramp to Sheyenne Street
- Pedestrian box culvert under northeast quadrant of interchange
- Storm sewer lift station
- Underground utilities for water, storm and sanitary to connect to city systems
- Eastbound Sheyenne Street bridge
- Three additional interchange on and off ramps
- Extend interchange ramp connections
- Reconstruct Sheyenne Street under the bridges between Beaton Drive to Christensen Drive
Motorists should continue to slow down, eliminate distractions and follow all posted signs throughout the project limits.
NDDOT and City of West Fargo appreciate your flexibility on finding better routes of travel to help traffic moving through the area as crews improved the roadway over the last two construction seasons.