Public input meeting discussing I-29 improvements in Grand Forks to be held next week

The project is studying the potential for a new interchange between 32nd Avenue South and 62nd Avenue South

Interstate 29 and University Avenue, looking northward.
Photo by Joe Bowen/Grand Forks Herald
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GRAND FORKS — A public input meeting discussing proposed improvements to Interstate 29 in south Grand Forks will be held on Wednesday, June 1, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Hampton Inn & Suites located at 2985 South 42nd St.

The project is studying the potential for a new interchange between 32nd Avenue South and 62nd Avenue South.

Representatives from the North Dakota Department of Transportation, city of Grand Forks and Ulteig Engineers, Inc. will be present to answer any questions and hear concerns.

The meeting will utilize an open house format with a formal presentation at 5:30 p.m.

A pre-recorded presentation and other materials will also be available June 1, on the NDDOT website at , click public meetings under quick links.


If unable to attend the meeting, written statements or comments must be mailed by June 16 to Mike Huffington, Ulteig Engineers, Inc. 3350 38th Ave South, Fargo, ND 58104, or with “Public Input Meeting” in the email subject heading.

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Meghan Arbegast grew up in Security-Widefield, Colorado. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from North Dakota State University in Fargo, in 2021.

Arbegast wrote for The Spectrum, NDSU's student newspaper, for three years and was Head News Editor for two years. She was an intern with University Relations her last two semesters of college.

Arbegast covers news pertaining to the city of Grand Forks/East Grand Forks including city hall coverage.

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