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N.D. Highway 20 work to start April 25

Work on N.D. Highway 20 from Jamestown north to N.D. Highway 9 will begin Tuesday, April 25, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.

Work on N.D. Highway 20 from Jamestown north to N.D. Highway 9 will begin Tuesday, April 25, according to the North Dakota Department of Transportation.

The state highway will be widened, and there will be a curve realignment and resurfacing work. During construction, speeds will be reduced to 25 to 40 mph, there will be a 12-foot width restriction, and gravel and oil may be present on the roadway. Drivers should expect traffic delays during construction.

The project should be completed by this fall.

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