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Construction crews resurfacing I-29 near Forest River

Construction crews are resurfacing about seven miles of Interstate 29 north of Junction, N.D., from Highway 54 to Forest River, N.D. The work will include the ramps and crossroads of exits 164 and 168 and the northbound driving and passing lanes....

Construction crews are resurfacing about seven miles of Interstate 29 north of Junction, N.D., from Highway 54 to Forest River, N.D.

The work will include the ramps and crossroads of exits 164 and 168 and the northbound driving and passing lanes. Traffic will be reduced to one lane and speed limits at 40 mph. The work is scheduled to be completed by next week.

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