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TRAFFIC AND CONSTRUCTION

State officials announced it today during a transportation live stream.
The installation of median barriers on I-94 from I-29 into West Fargo is planned for this spring.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation plans to remove trees from the Smoky Hills State Forest before it resurfaces Highway 34 in 2023.
Drivers may park on east/west avenues in downtown Fargo while the streets are cleared Monday night and Tuesday morning.

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MAT Paratransit is scheduled to begin at 6:15 a.m. as normal.
Drivers may park on north/south streets in downtown Fargo while the avenues are cleared Thursday night and Friday morning.
Officials stressed the availability of parking ramps and surface lots, with parking in many locations free after 5 p.m. and on weekends.
A years-old effort to build a bridge over the Little Missouri River in a remote part of the Badlands has been on ice since commissioners in Billings County voted this summer to abandon plans to push the project through using eminent domain. And last week, an attempt by the commission to get the state to take over the project fell flat after North Dakota's top transportation official said his department doesn't have the authority for that level of involvement.
Avenues run east-west in downtown Fargo.
Tow truck drivers had their pick of assignments. Up and down Interstate 29 Monday, Dec. 6, there were more than two-dozen trucks and cars in ditches left over from the storm.

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Residents paying smaller share, communication upgrade are cited as reasons.
Road details aren't finalized but it'll be focus point of downtown redevelopment.
Fargo eyes late-night taxi pickup areas as way to ease hubbub accompanying bar closing times downtown.

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