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Interstate 29 in North Dakota

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Interstate 29 marker

Interstate 29
I-29 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by NDDOT
Length217.517 mi[1] (350.060 km)
Major junctions
South end I-29 / US 81 at South Dakota state line
 
North end PTH 75 at the Pembina–Emerson Border Crossing
Location
CountiesRichland, Cass, Traill, Grand Forks, Walsh, Pembina
Highway system
  • North Dakota State Highways
ND 28ND 30

Interstate 29 (I-29) in the U.S. state of North Dakota runs from the state's southern border with South Dakota near Hankinson to the Canadian border just north of Pembina. The highway runs concurrently twice with U.S. Route 81 (US 81). The first such overlap begins in Watertown, South Dakota, across the state line to Manvel. The other is from exit 203 to the Canadian border. The highway runs somewhat parallel to the Minnesota border to the east and passes through two major cities, Fargo and Grand Forks.

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  • ✪ 2K14 (EP 29) Interstate 29 North in Fargo, North Dakota
  • ✪ North Dakota - Interstate 29 North - Mile Marker 200 to 217
  • ✪ I-29 North Sioux Falls, SD
  • ✪ North Dakota - Interstate 29 North - Mile Marker 60 to 80
  • ✪ 2K14 (EP 28) Interstate 94 West in Fargo, North Dakota

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Route description

South Dakota to Fargo

I-29 enters North Dakota, with a speed limit of 75 miles per hour (121 km/h), from South Dakota to the south, traveling in a north-northeasterly direction. The first exit in the state, exit 1, is to a county road built along the state line. This exit serves the Dakota Magic Casino and Hotel. Rural exits are somewhat common in North Dakota. There are exits with no major communities near them about every eight miles (13 km) from the South Dakota border to Fargo. There is also one exit serving North Dakota Highway 11 (ND 11) to Hankinson and one exit serving ND 13 to Wahpeton, North Dakota.

Fargo

I-29 has a speed limit of 55 mph (89 km/h) throughout the eight exits in Fargo, including interchanges with I-94 and US 10. There is also an exit that serves Hector International Airport. Farther north, there is an exit that indirectly serves Fargo via CR 22 that mainly serves Harwood.

Fargo to Grand Forks

North of Fargo, with a speed limit of 75 mph (121 km/h), there are exits roughly every six miles (9,700 m) until the route enters Hillsboro. I-29 has one exit south of the city serving its municipal airport and one exit serving the city itself. About six miles (9.7 km) north of Hillsboro, the highway shares an interchange with ND 200, a major thoroughfare across central North Dakota. There are three more exits between Hillsboro and Grand Forks, including one serving Thompson, the southernmost suburb of Grand Forks.

Grand Forks

The highway has a speed limit of 75 mph (121 km/h), and just four exits serving Grand Forks. One of them serves US 2, which leads to Grand Forks International Airport.

Grand Forks to Canada

With a speed limit of 75 miles per hour (121 km/h), 10 miles (16 km) north of the city, I-29's first concurrency with US 81 ends in Manvel. The highway's next exit is 10 miles (16 km) north of Manvel at an interchange with ND 54, which indirectly serves Oslo, Minnesota about three miles (4.8 km) east of the Interstate. There are a couple more minor exits between the Oslo exit and Drayton. The highway has two exits in Drayton, one with ND 44 and one with ND 66. After several more exits in the open country serving minor county highways, I-29 begins another concurrency with US 81 at an exit with ND 5. After one more exit serving a county road, the highways enter Pembina. In Pembina, I-29 has its final exit in the United States at an interchange with ND 59 and CR 55. Three miles (4.8 km) north of Pembina, I-29 and US 81 enter Manitoba, Canada, and become Manitoba Highway 75, which leads north to Winnipeg.

History

I-29 between Fargo and the Canadian border was originally meant to be signed as Interstate 31. There was no highway originally planned between Fargo and Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Plans for I-29 were extended from Sioux Falls to Fargo in October 1957, and the entire highway from Kansas City, Missouri to the Canadian border was signed as I-29. The final stages of I-29 in North Dakota were completed in 1977.

Exit list

CountyLocationmi[1][2]kmExit[2]DestinationsNotes
RichlandGreendale Township0.0000.000 I-29 south / US 81 south – Sioux FallsContinuation into South Dakota
0.0130.0211 CR 1E
2.0743.3382 CR 22
Waldo Township8.07312.9928 ND 11 – Hankinson, Fairmount
Brandenburg Township15.07924.26715 CR 16 – Great Bend, Mantador
Mooreton Township22.58336.34423 ND 13 – Wahpeton, MooretonSigned as exits 23A (east) and 23B (west) southbound; Also access to Chahinkapa Zoo, North Dakota State College of Science
Ibsen Township26.03041.89126Dwight
Abercrombie Township31.03849.95131 CR 8 – Galchutt
Colfax Township37.04759.62137 CR 4 – Colfax, Abercrombie
Colfax–Walcott
township line
42.11767.78142 CR 2 – Walcott
Walcott Township44.12671.01444Christine
RichlandCass
county line
Walcott–Pleasant
township line
48.18277.54148 ND 46 – Kindred
CassPleasant Township50.18680.76750 CR 18 – Hickson, Oxbow
Pleasant–Stanley
township line
54.16787.17354 CR 16 – Oxbow, Davenport
Stanley Township56.42990.81456Wild Rice, Horace
Fargo60.25296.96660
US 81 Bus. north (52nd Avenue South)
Southern terminus of US 81 Bus.
62.249100.18062 32nd Avenue SouthSigned as exits 62A (east) and 62B (west) southbound
63.267101.81863 I-94 (US 52) – Bismarck, MinneapolisSigned as exits 63A (east) and 63B (west); I-94 exits 349A-B; Also access to Moorhead
64.252103.4046438th Street Southwest, 13th Avenue South
65.252105.01365 US 10 (Main Avenue) – Downtown Fargo, West FargoAlso access to Bonanzaville USA, Red River Valley Fairgrounds, Hjemkomst Center
66.255106.62766 ND 294 east (12th Avenue North)Western terminus of ND 294; Also access to North Dakota State University, Fargodome, Newman Outdoor Field
67.258108.24167
US 81 Bus. south (19th Avenue North)
Northern terminus of US 81 Bus.; Also access to North Dakota State University, Fargodome, Newman Outdoor Field, Hector International Airport, Air Museum, VA Hospital, North Dakota Horse Park
69.374111.64769 CR 20 (40th Avenue North)Also access to Fargo National Cemetery
Harwood72.778117.12572Harwood
Argusville78.542126.40178Argusville
Gardner85.826138.12485Gardner
CassTraill
county line
Kinyon–Kelso
township line
92.142148.28892Grandin
TraillHillsboro Township100.391161.564100 ND 200 east – Halstad

ND 200A west – Blanchard
Hillsboro104Hillsboro
Eldorado–Ervin
township line
110.795178.307111 ND 200 – Mayville, CummingsAlso access to Mayville State University
Stavanger Township117.987189.882118Buxton
TraillGrand Forks
county line
Stavanger–Americus
township line
123.001197.951123 CR 25 – Reynolds
Grand ForksWalle Township130.043209.284130 ND 15 west – Thompson
CR 81A east
Grand Forks138.146222.324138
US 81 Bus. north (32nd Avenue South)
Southern terminus of US 81 Bus.; Also access to Alerus Center
140.195225.622140 ND 297 east (DeMers Avenue) – DowntownWestern terminus of ND 297; Also access to University of North Dakota, Alerus Center
141.196227.233141 US 2 (Gateway Drive) – DowntownAlso access to Ralph Engelstad Arena, Grand Forks AFB, Grand Forks International Airport
144.711232.890145
US 81 Bus. south (North Washington Street)
Northern terminus of US 81 Bus.
Ferry Township152.211244.960152 US 81 north – Manvel, GilbyNorthern end of US 81 concurrency
Turtle River Township156.680252.152157No name exit
WalshWalshville Township160.927258.987161 ND 54 east – Oslo
CR 19 west – Ardoch
163.699263.448164No name exit
Pulaski Township167.722269.922168 CR 15 – Warsaw, Minto
171.723276.361172No name exit
Acton Township175.792282.910176 ND 17 – Grafton
St. Andrews Township179.876289.482180No name exit
184.038296.180184Drayton
PembinaDrayton Township186.881300.756187 ND 66 – DraytonAlso access to Donaldson
Drayton–Lincoln
township line
190.955307.312191 CR 11 – St. Thomas
Lincoln Township192.960310.539193No name exit
196.014315.454196 CR 3
Joliette Township200.243322.260200No name exit
203.413327.361203 US 81 south / ND 5 – Hamilton, CavalierSouthern end of US 81 concurrency; Also access to Hallock
208.473335.505208 CR 1 – Bathgate
Pembina Township212.717342.335212No name exit
Pembina Township215.237346.390215 ND 59 / CR 55 – Neche, Pembina
Pembina Township217.517350.060Canadian border at the Pembina–Emerson Border Crossing
PTH 75 north – WinnipegNorthern terminus of I-29 and US 81; continuation into Manitoba
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also

References

  1. ^ a b North Dakota Department of Transportation (2016). Route and Mileage Map (PDF) (Map). Scale not given. Bismarck: North Dakota Department of Transportation. Retrieved January 2, 2018.
  2. ^ a b North Dakota Department of Transportation. "Appendix III-09 C: Interchange Numbering on I-29" (PDF). Design Manual. Bismarck: North Dakota Department of Transportation. Archived from the original (PDF) on April 17, 2009. Retrieved June 22, 2008.

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