JAMESTOWN, N.D. (NewsDakota.com) – Motorists have already began seeing the start of construction on the US Highway 281 Bridge over I-94 near Jamestown.

The North Dakota Department of Transportation reports that construction will consist of concrete deck repairs and installation of traffic signals.

Earlier this year, the NDDOT estimated the project to be around $200,000 and paid for by a 90/10 split between Federal and State funding.

During this time, speeds will be reduced, traffic over US 281 will be reduced to one lane, a 12 foot width restriction will be in place, flaggers will be present, and oversize loads will not be permitted.

The project is expected to be completed at the end of October.