Sheyenne Street lane reduction begins Monday, Oct. 24

Lanes will be reduced

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A view of the open section of Sheyenne Street in downtown West Fargo looking south from the Choice Bank driveway to Seventh Avenue West is seen here. Contributed / The city of West Fargo
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WEST FARGO — A private contractor will implement lane reductions in two phases for fiber optic work on Sheyenne Street beginning Monday, Oct. 24. Work should be complete by Friday, Nov. 11, pending weather conditions.

Phase 1 will reduce northbound traffic to one lane from 14th Avenue W to 13th Avenue W and for approximately 250 feet eastbound on 13th Avenue W beginning Monday, Oct. 24 through Sunday, Oct. 30.

Phase 2 will reduce southbound traffic to one lane from Rue Avenue to 7th Street W. beginning Monday, Oct. 31 through Friday, Nov. 11.

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