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Bridge demolition planned Monday

Traffic on Interstate 29 in Fargo will be reduced to one lane each way Monday morning as road crews demolish the I-94 bridge's westbound lane as part of an ongoing bridge replacement project.

Traffic on Interstate 29 in Fargo will be reduced to one lane each way Monday morning as road crews demolish the I-94 bridge's westbound lane as part of an ongoing bridge replacement project.

The I-29 lanes will be closed on both sides of the I-94 overpass for about a half mile until Tuesday night.

The North Dakota Department of Transportation is asking motorists in the area to use caution and slow down. Lane widths will be narrowed to 13 feet.

Crews working on the I-94 westbound bridge will be demolishing the center pier and the median.

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