I-29 reopens, I-94 still closed west of Fargo; 19th Avenue North reopens
FARGO - Snowplows are making headway in opening city streets and state and interstate highways this morning.
Interstate 29 has reopened from the Canadian border to the North Dakota/South Dakota border.
Interstate 94 reopened at 8 a.m. from Moorhead to Fergus Falls, Minn., but it remained closed from Fargo to Jamestown, N.D., as of 10:15 a.m.
The Minnesota Department of Transportation also has reopened Highway 10 from Moorhead to Lake Park and Highway 210 from Breckenridge to Fergus Falls.
The city of Fargo has reopened 19th Avenue North between 18th Street and Dakota Drive.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation also made the following announcements at 11:25 a.m.:
- Highway 11 18 miles east of Ashley, is open to one lane of traffic.
- Highway 13 one mile west of Kulm has reopened.
- Highway 46 two miles east of Litchville, is open to one lane of traffic.
- Highway 46 from Highway 30 to Gackle is open to one lane of traffic.
- Highway 200 east of Finley has reopened.
- Highway 34 from Hazelton to Highway 30 is open to one lane of traffic.
- Highway 36 from Pettibone to Pingree is open to one lane of traffic.
Moorhead canceled its residential garbage collection and recycling for today. Wednesday and Thursday routes will be collected starting at 4 a.m. Thursday. Residents were asked to remove their garbage cans and recycling bins today and place them back at the curb after 8 p.m. for Thursday's collection.
As a courtesy, Moorhead's sanitation division will be traveling Tuesday collection routes again on Thursday to collect any residential or commercial trash that wasn't placed outside because of the snow storm.
Fargo's solid waste division will finish Tuesday garbage pickup starting at 10 a.m. today and then move on to regular Wednesday pickup where streets have been plowed.