I-29 open from Grand Forks to Canadian border; I-94 from Jamestown to Fargo remains closedThe North Dakota Department of Transportation along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol has opened Interstate 29 from Grand Forks to the Canadian border.
The North Dakota Department of Transportation along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol has opened Interstate 29 from Grand Forks to the Canadian Border.
Interstate 94 remains closed from Jamestown to Fargo as well as I-29 from the South Dakota border to Grand Forks. Given the status of the cleanup and the current conditions, these segments of the interstate are expected to remain closed into Sunday, the DOT said. The roadway continues to be impassable and it is against the law to drive past a road closure device on a closed road.
The no-travel advisory has been lifted for Grand Forks, Drayton, Cavalier and surrounding areas.
A no-travel advisory remains in effect for eastern North Dakota due to blowing and drifting snow. Cities included in the advisory include Casselton, Fargo, Wahpeton, Hillsboro and surrounding areas.
A travel alert is in effect for Grand Forks, areas east of Bismarck, Steele, Napoleon, Linton, Flasher, Selfridge, Valley City, Jamestown, Edgeley and surrounding areas. Conditions are such that motorists can still travel; however, they should be aware that rapidly changing conditions may result in travel delays due to reduced speeds and visibility.