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Interstate 29 opened from Fargo to Grand Forks

Interstate 29 was opened from Fargo to Grand Forks at 8 a.m. today, the North Dakota Department of Transportation reported. All of I-29 through North Dakota and South Dakota is now open.

Interstate 29 was opened from Fargo to Grand Forks at 8 a.m. today, the North Dakota Department of Transportation reported. All of I-29 through North Dakota and South Dakota is now open.

The NDDOT also lifted the No Travel Advisory across North Dakota. But a Travel Alert is still in effect for the eastern part of the state because of blowing snow, scattered ice and areas of reduced visibility, creating hazardous driving conditions, the NDDOT said. The Travel Alert includes Grand Forks, Fargo, Wahpeton and surrounding areas.

The NDDOT recommends that motorists check road conditions, slow down as needed and use caution while driving. If motorists become stranded, they should stay with the vehicle and call 911 for assistance.

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