The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) along with the North Dakota Highway Patrol (NDHP) have OPENED I-29 from Fargo to the Canadian border.
Motorists should be aware that hazardous driving conditions exist and No Travel is Advised in the area.
Because of heavy rains this fall there is extra concern for motorists due to water filled ditches along I-29 and other roadways in central and eastern North Dakota.
As a reminder, the following closures and advisories are currently in place:
US 2 CLOSED from Rugby to Grand Forks International Airport.
I-94 CLOSED from Bismarck to Fargo.
In the north central portion of the state, in and around Devils Lake, secondary state highways are IMPASSABLE and BLOCKED. Motorists SHOULD NOT TRAVEL!
A No Travel Advisory remains in place for eastern areas of the state including Bismarck, Minot, Jamestown, Valley City, Fargo, Casselton, Devils Lake, Grand Forks, and surrounding areas.
A Travel Alert is still in effect for areas in southeastern North Dakota including Wahpeton and surrounding areas.
Interstate 29 from Fargo to the Canadian border remains closed Saturday morning due to the hazardous driving conditions created by the winter storm.
Both eastbound, and westbound lanes of I-94 from Bismarck to Fargo remain closed as well.
A No Travel Advisory remains in effect for northeastern North Daktoa.
In the north central portion of the state, in and around Devils Lake, secondary state highways are impassable and blocked. The North Dakota Department of Transportation is warning that motorist should not travel in these areas.
Roads in Minnesota remain covered or partially covered.
To see the entire travel map for North Dakota, click here.
To see the entire travel map for Minnesota, click here.