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Temporary lane closures on Burdick Expressway to start Thursday

Minot, N.D. – Temporary lane closures will be in place on Burdick Expressway west of 6th Street SW starting Wednesday, September 30th. Traffic will be reduced to one lane each direction. The lane closure is expected to be in place through October and November. The driving public should use caution and pay attention as this work begins. This work is part of Phase MI-4A of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP) which started construction at the end of August. The purpose of MI-4A (Maple Diversion South Utility Relocations) is to relocate municipal utilities in advance of the flood protection features proposed as part of the Phase MI-4 Maple Diversion Project. For more detai

Mouse River Plan Phase BU-1B Burlington Levee Project to Temporarily Close Cherry Street

Burlington, ND – As construction continues on City of Burlington Phase BU-1B of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project (MREFPP), contractors have scheduled a temporary road closure. Cherry Street will be closed starting Wednesday, September 23, for approximately 3 months. The existing roadway will be removed and realigned slightly to the west to allow space for the new earthen levee to be constructed. Access will remain open on Elm, Willow and Plum Streets. The roadway rebuild is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2020. Phase BU-1B Phase 1 Levee Project addresses the area south of Colton Avenue (County Road 10), and consists of the construction of an earthen levee south from

Temporary lane closures on Broadway Bridge to start Monday

Minot, N.D. – Temporary lane closures will be in place at the intersection of 4th Ave NW and Broadway starting Monday, September 14. Contractors will close the southbound left driving lane and northbound left turning lane near the intersection of 4th Avenue NW and Broadway to replace concrete panels in the roadway. Traffic will be reduced to one lane each direction. The lane closure is expected to be in place through September and into October. The work on Broadway is part of the Phase MI-1 Fourth Avenue enhanced flood protection project which includes a six block stretch of levees, floodwalls, a new sanitary lift station, and a major storm water pump station from just west of Broadway to th

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