METRO COG

West Fargo Asks Public for Their Input on Road Changes

West Fargo has surpassed the daily traffic amount predicted by the 2012 study, which wasn't supposed to happen until 2035

  WEST FARGO, N.D.– The City of West Fargo is hosting a public meeting to talk about changes to the 9th street east corridor. West Fargo has surpassed the daily traffic amount predicted by the 2012 study, which wasn’t supposed to happen until 2035. “A lot of it is related to growth, and with that comes added traffic,” said City Engineer,…

Moorhead Looks to Its Residents to Improve Highway 10 & 75 Corridors

The City Hosted an Open House to encourage the Community's Input

MOORHEAD, Minn. — No one knows a community better than the people who live in that community. So with the potential to improve the Highway 10 and 75 corridors in the Moorhead area, the city is looking to it’s residents for inspiration. “The community is the people who use this corridor, who live along the corridor, who have businesses along…

Metro COG Holds Public Forum to Discuss Future Transportation Ideas

Projections say the metro will have 300,000 people by 2045

FARGO, N.D. — Before construction crews can uproot a road or make changes to traffic patterns, they need the green light from one group. “All projects that involve federal funding have to come through the Metropolitan Council of Governments (Metro COG) because they’re the planning organization for the Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo, Dilworth area, and they lay out where we’re going…

City Planners Pool Together Their Vision of the Metro in 2045

A public input meeting in Moorhead shows people want the metro to be more accessible

MOORHEAD, Minn. — As the metro continues to grow, city planners are starting to look towards what the area will look like in nearly thirty years. People heard about the Fargo–Moorhead Metropolitan Council of Government’s (also known as Metro COG) vision for the future, which looks to use public feedback into the final product. With the metro expected to have more…

Fargo and Metro COG Look To Improve Busy Route

17th Avenue South Corridor

FARGO, ND — Whether you are walking, driving, biking or using other means of transportation, the community shares the streets and sidewalks every day. People say some of those streets in Fargo need to change. Out on the roadways, bikers and drivers don’t always get along, especially on the 17th Avenue South corridor in Fargo. “This corridor was identified by…