Lengthy Road Closure Coming to Busy Sioux Falls Street
Drivers on Sioux Falls' westside are going to be looking at a long disruption to their commutes this summer.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation says work on Marion Road will put part of the north-south thorofare out of commission for two months.
The work begins Wednesday, July 6, when Marion Road is reduced to three lanes between 41st Street and 39th Street.
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That same stretch of Marion Road will close through traffic beginning Monday, July 11, and stay closed until sometime in September.
Drivers are advised to use Sertoma Avenue and 26th Street as alternate routes during the closure.
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