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Four-way stop will be used at bypass near Fargo's University Drive and 52nd Avenue South

FARGO - Beginning today, motorists traveling on South University Drive will be utilizing a newly constructed bypass near 52nd Avenue South, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.

FARGO - Beginning today, motorists traveling on South University Drive will be utilizing a newly constructed bypass near 52nd Avenue South, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.

A four-way stop is now in place at the intersection, and north-south traffic is reduced to one lane in each direction. The speed limit is posted at 20 mph, the NDDOT said in a news release.

Because of the high volume of traffic at this intersection, delays are expected. Please allow for additional time when traveling in this area, the release states.

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