“BlueToad System” to help drivers along I-94 constructionFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Traffic on I-94 in Fargo has been a headache for drivers all summer, and the North Dakota DOT feels your pain.
By: WDAY, WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
Fargo, ND (WDAY TV) - Traffic on I-94 in Fargo has been a headache for drivers all summer, and the North Dakota DOT feels your pain.
Starting this week, motorists will be able to take advantage of the new "BlueToad System" on I-94 in Fargo.
Four sensors are spread throughout the interstate, spanning from the University Drive exit in Fargo, to the 9th street Southeast exit in West Fargo.
The system allows motorists to go online and check travel times and approximate delay times that will allow you to plan your trip accordingly.
Kevin Gorder, NDDOT: “For the traveling public they can just click on the link on the website and they can pull it up and they can kinda see what traffic is doing out here realizing that there might be a lag or you know, by the time you get out of the office or things like that.”
To access the system, just go to our website, WDAY.com, and click on the "Easy Link" tab.