Bismarck, N.D. - Roadwork that begin in the spring along I-94 in Bismarck-Mandan is expected to be finished this week.
Construction crews anticipate all work to be done today. This will be followed by lane striping and removal of traffic control barriers.
All lanes of traffic should be open and back to normal use by mid-week. Until roadwork is finished, the 12-foot width restriction remains in place and motorists are encourage to use caution.
The project has involved all lanes of I-94 in the two cities from Exit 161 to the west side of the Grant Marsh Bridge over the Missouri River, which is approximately 5 miles.
The interstate has remained open east and westbound at all times through various lane closures and reduced speeds.
For more information on the construction timeline check out www.i94bisman.dot.nd.gov.
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