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Bridge painting to slow traffic over Goose River

MAYVILLE, N.D. -- Crews begin painting the a bridge over the Goose River near Mayville today, prompting temporary lane reductions that will slow traffic in the area. The work will be completed on the North Dakota Highway 18 bridge, the state's De...

MAYVILLE, N.D. - Crews begin painting the a bridge over the Goose River near Mayville today, prompting temporary lane reductions that will slow traffic in the area.

The work will be completed on the North Dakota Highway 18 bridge, the state's Department of Transportation announced.

Traffic will be reduced to one lane. Temporary traffic signals will be installed at each end of the bridge to direct motorists during the project, which is expected to be complete by early September.

The NDDOT also said speeds will be reduced to 25 mph through the work zone, so motorists should expect delays. Also, there will be an 18-foot width restriction in place.

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