Some drivers on Interstate 229 in Sioux Falls are going to have to adjust their daily commutes for a few days.

The South Dakota Department of Transportation has announced plans to temporarily close the I-229 off-ramp at the Cliff Avenue exit (Exit 4).

The closure goes into effect Tuesday, August 8 at 9:00 AM and is expected to last until Monday, August 14.

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The closure will allow crews to repair the concrete surfacing at the exit ramp that was damaged by recent excessive heat

This construction work is part of a nearly $1 million project to repair various concrete pavements in the Sioux Falls area. The prime contractor is Dakota Contracting Corporation.

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