The city of Bismarck plans on eliminating some one-way streets in an effort to keep people downtown, rather than have motorists drive through.
NBC-North Dakota News reports the city intends to convert Chancellor Square, from a six block, one-way system, to two-way, like it was back in the 70s.

A city engineer says there will be construction involved, including taking some traffic signals out of service. It all begins in mid-July.

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