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Lane closures on Fargo's 13 Avenue South begin Monday

The lane closures are expected to last up to three weeks

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FARGO — The city of Fargo has announced lane closures will be reducing traffic down to one lane in each direction on 13th Avenue South beginning Monday, May 16.

The lane closures will be between Fiechtner Drive and 40th Street South. The left turn lane will also be restricted at 38th Street South. Local business access in that area will be maintained throughout the lane closure.

Detour signs will be in place to help direct traffic around the lane closures.

The reason for the closure is to allow for a Concrete Pavement Rehabilitation project. This phase of the project is expected to be in place for three weeks.

To find a list of road closures in the city of Fargo, visit , or follow @FargoStreets on Facebook and Twitter .

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