FARGO, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – The North Dakota Department of Transportation announced today it’s kicking off the Summer road construction season this week.

According to a news release from the NDDOT, this year’s season consists of approximately $370 million of projects throughout the state to enhance the state’s highway system. “Highway workers take many precautions to ensure the safety of workers on the construction site,” says Wayde Swenson, NDDOT Director of Operations. “We are asking motorists to make smart driving choices when going through these work zones to keep everyone, highway workers and motorists, safe.”

Here is a list of the major projects they will be doing around the state:

    • I-94 rehabilitation from Mandan west to ND 25
    • I-94 reconstruction west of Valley City
    • I-94 reconstruction east of Hebron
    • I-29 reconstruction between Fargo and Wahpeton
    • US 2 reconstruction and rehabilitation through the city of Devils Lake
    • US 83 Bypass construction near Minot
    • Demers Ave reconstruction in Grand Forks
    • Main Ave reconstruction in Fargo
    • Sheyenne St reconstruction in West Fargo
    • Completion of New Town Northwest Truck Reliever Route

Motorists can stay updated on state construction projects in several ways: