FARGO, N.D. — Work begins Monday on a painting and maintenance project on the Interstate 94 bridge connecting Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota.

The transportation departments of North Dakota and Minnesota will kick off the project.

KFGO-AM reports there will be limited shoulder closures and possible lane closures during non-peak hours. Most of the work will be done underneath the Red River bridge.

Minnesota and North Dakota will share the cost of the $800,000 project.

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