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Expect gridlock: I-94 repair through Fargo could begin Monday

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FARGO – Prepare for gridlock. Interstate 94 is getting a much-needed facelift through Fargo this summer, and work on the roughly $3 million project could start Monday.


Lanes will be closed from Ninth Street East in West Fargo all the way to the Red River, and state Department of Transportation officials expect traffic to be backed up on I-94 even farther – from Sheyenne Street in West Fargo to Eighth Street in Moorhead.

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