NEW HAMPTON, Iowa – April 6, 2022 – Full-depth concrete patching projects on various routes in northeast Iowa will require intermittent lane closures with pilot cars and flaggers directing traffic through the work zones on two-lane highways and single-lane closures on four-lane highways.
All Work will begin on Monday, April 11, until late May, weather permitting, according to the Iowa Department of Transportation’s New Hampton construction office.
Routes affected by construction work include:
U.S. 218 in Osage from Iowa 9 north to Popular Street
U.S. 63 from 300th Street north 3 miles to the U.S. 18/Iowa 346 interchange
U.S. 63 just north of La Salle Avenue
Business U.S. 18 at 18th Street within the city limits of Charles City
Black Hawk County
U.S. 218 from the Lone Tree Road interchange north 13 miles to 238th Street in Bremer County
Iowa 281 2.5 miles north of Black Hawk County Road D-20
U.S.18 within in the city limits of Clermont
Iowa 3 from East Avenue east 7 miles to Belgian Road in Clayton County
Iowa 9 in the north city limits of Waukon near the airport
Iowa 51 from Quarry Hill Road north 8 miles to Iowa 9
U.S. 52 from Iowa 9 north 3.5 miles to Meadowlark Road
U.S. 52 from the south city limits of Guttenberg north to Mozart Street
U.S. 63 from 250th Street north 2 miles to the Iowa 3 interchange
The Iowa DOT reminds motorists to drive with caution, obey the posted speed limit and other signs in the work area, and be aware that traffic fines for moving violations are at least double in work zones. As in all work zones, drivers should stay alert, allow ample space between vehicles, and wear seat belts.
For more information about this and other Iowa DOT construction projects in Black Hawk and Bremer counties, follow the Black Hawk and Bremer County Construction Facebook page at www.facebook.com/BlackHawkBremerCo#!BlackHawkBremerCo.
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