Sheyenne Street Segment 1 - 13th Ave. to Beaton Dr

Sheyenne Street Segment 1 Finished Section Rendering

About this Project:

Reconstruction of a five-lane road that includes two lanes in each direction and a center turn lane to ease congestion and safety concerns. Project work includes concrete paving, curb and gutter, shared-use path, city utilities, street lights and traffic signal improvements.

Estimated Construction Cost

  • $6 million

Estimated Special Assessments

Project Schedule

  • Estimated Begin: April 2018
    • Phase 1 completion – early July
    • Phase 2 completion – early September
    • Phase 3 completion – mid September
    • Phase 4 completion – early October
  • Estimated End: October 2018
  • Project complete: 2%

Expected Road Closures

  • Traffic shifted to one lane each of north- and southbound traffic in the existing west side of the road.
  • Temporary bypass road to be used May 14-21 at 19th Avenue W. and extending 500-feet north. Traffic on this road will be 15 mph. 
  • Access to Beaton Drive closed at Sheyenne Street. Motorists can use Ninth Street East to enter and exit Beaton Drive.
  • Congestion and delays likely during peak traffic

Other Impacts

  • Temporary gravel bypass road to allow for installation of large storm structures and pipe crossing under roadway. This is expected to last 3-5 5 days depending on digging conditions.
  • Portion of trees removed and/or trimmed on both sides of Sheyenne Street
  • Utility locate flags are placed along 13th Avenue to help crews on site trace utilities if issues occur during the project

Completed Work

  • Some pavement removals
  • Temporary signals
  • Temporary asphalt bypass installed

Current Work

  • Phase 1 asphalt reclamation and removal, curb and gutter removal, multiuse path removal, 17th Avenue and 19th Avenue traffic signal removal.
  • Underground utility lines (power, fiber optic, cable, gas) relocated for installation of storm sewer.
  • Temporary traffic signals installed at 13th, 17th and 19th Avenues

Upcoming Work

  • Storm sewer installation scheduled to begin Monday, May 14, beginning with two large outfall structures near the Sheyenne River.