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Construction Project Information
Downtown Bismarck Concrete Pavement Repair (CPR) Project
The City of Bismarck will be making improvements to Downtown Bismarck from 3rd Street to 6th Street and Main Avenue to Rosser Avenue. Project information can be found in the links below. Hard copies can be viewed at the City of Bismarck’s Engineering Department, during normal business hours.
Ash Coulee Drive Reconstruction Project
The City of Bismarck is proposing improvements to reconstruct Ash Coulee Drive between Tyler Parkway/15th St NW and Washington Street. A public input meeting was held February 16, 2022 at Horizon Middle School. Final design to occur through fall 2022 and with construction anticipated in summer 2023 (pending available funding).
- Public Input Meeting Presentation Feb. 16, 2022
- Executive Summary
- Project Locations Map
- Project handout
- Concept Layouts
- Anticipated Construction Phasing
Proposed improvements to Bismarck Expressway
A public input meeting hosted by the North Dakota Department of Transportation was held March 3, at Wachter Middle School, 1107 South 7th Street in Bismarck. The purpose of the public input meeting was to discuss the proposed improvements to Bismarck Expressway’s intersections with Washington Street and South 2nd Street in Bismarck. The meeting was presented by the North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) and KLJ Engineering.
- NDDOT press release
- Public Input Meeting Presentation video
- Public Input Presentation Project Overview - Washington Street
- Rectangular Rapid-Flashing Beacon (RRFB)
- Crosswalk Visibility Enhancements
43rd Avenue NE Reconstruction Project
The City of Bismarck will be reconstructing 43rd Avenue NE between State Street and N. 26th Street. Improvements to 43rd Avenue will consist of a curb and gutter roadway section with street lighting, pedestrian facilities, signage, and pavement marking. From State Street to 19th Street, the roadway will be a 4-lane divided median, from 19th Street to 26th Street, the roadway will be a 2-lane divided median section. Roundabouts will be constructed at the intersections of 19th Street and 26th Street. Also included in this project will be improvements to 19th Street south of 43rd Avenue. Construction anticipated to occur in summer 2022.
- Virtual Public Meeting Narrated Presentation
- Project Handout
- Project Location
- Frontage Road and N 15th Street Options
- 4-Lane & 3-Lane Alternatives
- N 19th Street Intersection Options
- Pointe Loop & N 26th Street Options
- N 19th Street Improvements