Iowa DOT News Release



Iowa Transportation Commission approves Iowa's Clean Air Attainment Program funding

Posted on: March 14, 2017

Ames, Iowa – March 14, 2017 – Today, the Iowa Transportation Commission approved $4 million in total funding for 13 projects from Iowa's Clean Air Attainment Program. The program was created in 1994 for the purpose of reducing transportation-related congestion and air pollution. This funding is available to cities, counties, state agencies, and nonprofit organizations through an annual application-based program.

The projects and approved funding amounts are listed below.

  • #2 Green, #6 Brown, #3 Blue Service Expansion (Ames Transit Agency) - $101,767
  • #9 Plum Weekday Route Expansion (Ames Transit Agency) - $230,466
  • 5th Avenue South Signal Interconnect Project (Fort Dodge) - $245,000
  • Ankeny Traffic Signal System Timings Update (Ankeny) - $116,800
  • Ansborough Avenue Improvements (Waterloo) - $277,600
  • CorridorRides Van pool: Year 2 (East Central Iowa Council of Governments) - $166,240
  • Iowa 163 Adaptive Traffic Signal Control System (Pleasant Hill) - $576,800
  • Jordan Creek Town Center Area Traffic Network Adaptive Traffic Signal Control (West Des Moines) - $288,000
  • Roundabout at University Avenue and Grandview Avenue (Dubuque) - $264,842
  • South 5th Street Construction Project (Ames) - $396,485
  • Traffic Signal System Timings Update, Phase 2 (Des Moines) - $136,000
  • S. 6 and Park Road Single Lane Roundabout (Tiffin) - $500,000
  • S. 6 (Hickman Road) and Alice’s Road Intersection Improvements (Waukee) - $700,000

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Contact: Debra Arp at 515-239-1681 or debra.arp@iowadot.us


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