I-29 Concrete Pavement Repair (CPR)-Near Hillsboro
Work will begin in May 2014.
The project is expected to be complete in July/August 2014.
The work zone of the Concrete Pavement Repair (CPR) in Hillsboro is Interstate 29 (I-29) from Blanchard exit (exit 100) to Mayville exit (exit 111) in both directions, northbound and southbound.
Work zone is approximately 15 miles.
Throughout the work zone crews will be removing and replacing a portion of a slab or full slab, to the bottom of the concrete in order to restore the deteriorated areas. Crews will also grind the passing lanes in this stretch of roadway to improve the ride for motorists.
Throughout the project, motorists will encounter:
- One traffic lane for half the project in each direction, northbound and southbound
- Reduced speeds
A frequent question about CPR projects: “Why don’t I see crews working on a stretch of closed work zone?”
Answer: This stretch of project could be experiencing concrete “curing” or we could be experience weather delays. This part of the project will need to allow for concrete to set and will have periods to where there is visibly no crews working on a stretch of the interstate.
The project is a preventative maintenance project for the Fargo District. The project will help extend the lifespan of the current roadway infrastructure. This is similar to the CPR project/preventative maintenance work that was completed on I-94 from Red River Bridge to West Fargo in both directions last summer.
Approximately $2.3 million
The project is funded by 90% federal funds and 10% state funds.
|Location||Existing 2013||Projected 2033||Increase|
|I-29 near Hillsboro||6,000||9,100||51.7%|