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Posted on: August 7, 2019

Sheyenne Street Segment 3 Project Limit Residential Access Changes Begin Thursday Afternoon

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Beginning at 1 p.m. Thursday, August 8, local access will change for the two neighborhood areas east of Sheyenne Street in the Segment 3 project limits (32nd Avenue W. to 40th Avenue W.). Sheyenne Street, between south of 32nd Avenue W. and north of 34th Avenue W., will close to all traffic to begin roadway removals and continue underground work in this next section. The intersections of 34th Avenue W. and Golden Spike will reopen for local access use. Previously local access was maintained at 32nd Avenue W. And Sheyenne Street intersection.

When the traffic shift occurs, to reach the east side Sheyenne Street neighborhoods:

  • NORTH ACCESSS: The north neighborhoods residential access will shift from 32nd Avenue W. to use of 34th Avenue W. to travel in and out of the neighborhood.
    • Motorists will travel to the posted detour route on Ninth Street to head north to 32nd Avenue W. or south to 40th Avenue W.
  • SOUTH ACCESS: The south neighborhoods will continue to use the south entrance at 38th Avenue E.
    • Motorists will travel to the posted detour route on Ninth Street to head north to 32nd Avenue W. or south to 40th Avenue W.

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Last week within the Sheyenne Street Segment 2 project (West Beaton Drive to 32nd Avenue W.), traffic shifted to the eastside of Sheyenne Street from south of Beaton Drive until the new Diversion Channel Bridge. The traffic shift allowed room for a southbound dedicated left-turn lane into temporary asphalt entrance at 21st Avenue W. intersection to help keep traffic moving in the through lane during peak travel hours.

Motorists should plan for delays and congestion during the morning and evening commutes and adjust their travel plans accordingly throughout the Sheyenne Street corridor.

As work progresses through the Sheyenne Street corridor, drivers are encouraged to eliminate distractions and slow down as work zone configurations may frequently shift.

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