25th Street South Roadway Striping and Misc Incidentals
Project work has started and will be complete this summer.
Crews will be working in the 25th Street South area working on permanent roadway striping from 17th Ave S to 23rd Ave S and interstate 94 ramps as well as other project incidentals including:
- Profile grinding
The 25th ST S reconstruction project added an additional driving lane in each direction on the stretch between 17th Ave and 23rd Ave and widened the bridge that crosses I-94. This stretch increased from two to three lanes of traffic in each direction, with a center turning lane. An on-ramp was also added for motorists traveling on northbound 25th ST S to merge on to eastbound I-94 without crossing traffic.
The 25th Street South Reconstruction project was needed to help address long delay times and high crash rates in the area. Numerous studies conducted over a two-three year period pointed to the need for reconstruction of this heavily traveled city artery. The 25th Street South roadway was previously a 5-lane road with and without raised medians. In order to improve traffic flow there was an additional lane added in each direction on 25th Street from 17th Avenue down to 18th Street. Also added was a slip ramp for northbound traffic on 25th Street South to enter I-94 east.
This project is funded in partnership with the City of Fargo.
|Location||Existing 2010||Projected 2030||Increase|
|25th Street South||27,000||37,200||37.8%|
|25th Street South Interchange slip ramps||8,000|