BURLINGTON, N.D. - A bridge in Burlington that's at the center of part of major flood protection project re-opened to traffic Monday morning, although work will continue around it.
The Colton Avenue Bridge reopened on the city's east side.
The replacement of the bridge and build-up of the area around are part of the Mouse River Enhanced Flood Protection Project.
Crews will continue working on Cherry Street as well.
They hope to have the entire project done next spring.