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Approaching Minnesota at West Fargo near exit 346, it lowers briefly to 65 mph (105 km/h) until mile marker 347, then is further reduced to 55 mph (90 km/h).
Interstate 94 has two lanes in each direction through most of the state, expanding briefly to three lanes in each direction in the Bismarck/Mandan area (from Exit 155 to 156) and in Fargo from 45th Street (Exit 348) to the Red River.
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A public rest area about seven miles (11 km) east of Medora provides an awe-inspiring view, especially at sunset, and an opportunity to hike through some of the scenery on the Painted Canyon Trail.
At Jamestown, it passes the world's largest sculpture of a buffalo (actually bison) named "Dakota Thunder," 28 feet (8.5 m) in height and on the north of the highway.
At approximately mile marker 275 on the westbound lanes between Jamestown and Valley City, the highway crosses the Laurentian Continental Divide, at an elevation of 1,490 feet (454 m) above sea level.
Interstate 94 roughly follows the route of the former Northern Pacific Railway mainline (now a BNSF Railway route) across North Dakota.
Many of the towns and cities that I-94 serves first grew as railroad towns in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.