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STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER Mom Urges Drivers Not to Drink
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STAFF BLOG OIL PATCH DISPATCH WITH AMY DALRYMPLE Safety a Priority for Highway 85 Expansion Proponents
WATFORD CITY, N.D. A four-lane highway heading south of Watford City is critical for improving safety and promoting economic development for the region, several said during a public meeting Tuesday.
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FARGO – Road construction crews will shift the work zone on 25th Street South in Fargo early Tuesday morning. Northbound and southbound traffic will be head to head between 16th and 25th avenues south. Traffic will be traveling on the east side of the bridge as the North Dakota Department of Transportation begins the second phase of the project.
FARGO – City officials are shelving plans to change some on-street parking rules downtown.
Earlier this year, city planners were working on a concept to change most 90-minute zones downtown east of Fifth Street to four-hour restrictions.
FARGO – A downtown corridor could lose a lane of traffic this summer.
Any changes would be temporary, but the city wants to experiment with ways to make NP Avenue more pedestrian-friendly because it carries half of the daily traffic that its neighbor, First Avenue, does.
FARGO - If you’re planning to drive down 25th Street Tuesday, don’t do it unless you have to. That’s the message from officials managing a construction project that starts early this morning and is expected to cause bumper-to-bumper traffic on a six-block stretch of 25th Street around Interstate 94.
WASHINGTON - More than 63,000 bridges across the United States are in urgent need of repair, with most of the aging, structurally compromised structures part of the interstate highway system, an analysis of recent federal data has found.
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