The purpose of this project is to develop and analyze potential interchange reconstruction alternatives for the Sunset Drive Interchange to address deteriorating pavement along the highway to meet future traffic needs.
Additionally, the project is evaluating options to provide accommodations for non-motorized users. The goal of the evaluation is to increase safety for users along Sunset Drive, whether motorized or non-motorized, and provide more connectivity through the community and across Interstate 94.
A separate study is being conducted by the BIS-MAN MPO that studies the Sunset Drive Corridor between Division Street and 38th Street (extension of Sunset Drive to the north). The study will focus on the areas immediately south and north of the interchange study with the northern section extending Sunset Drive to 38th Street in the future. This project has a separate public involvement effort underway. More information on the corridor study can be found here.
Follow key developments on the I-94 Interchange (Exit 152) Sunset Drive project here.
Thursday, April 20, 2023
Formal presentation: 6:30 pm to 7:00 pm CentralOpen house: 6:00 pm to 8:00 pmA virtual (pre-recorded) presentation and other materials will be available below and on the NDDOT website here.
Mandan Middle School Cafeteria
2901 12th Avenue NWMandan, ND 58554
Please be sure to fill out the Title VI survey, the sign in sheet, and submit your comments for this project using the links found below.
Thank you for your interest in the I-94 Interchange (Exit 152) Sunset Drive project. You can reach out to Chris Rossmiller directly with questions and feedback at the contact information below.
Chris Rossmiller, P.E.or
Mead & Hunt Project Manager
600 South Second Street, Suite 120
Bismarck, ND 58504
Miguel Andrews, P.E.
NDDOT Design Division
608 E Boulevard Ave.
Bismarck, ND 58505