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US 30 and Iowa 17 near Boone - Aug. 18, 2015


Aug. 18, 2015, 5-6:30 p.m., Boone City Hall Auditorium, Second floor, 923 Eighth St., Boone

Project description

The city of Boone and Iowa DOT have partnered to review traffic operations, safety and future corridor goals for U.S. 30 and Iowa 17 in the vicinity of the city of Boone. A public information meeting is planned for Tuesday, Aug. 18 at city hall between 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be conducted using an open forum format. No formal presentation will be made. City and Iowa DOT staff will be present to discuss both highway corridors under review.

For the U.S. 30 study area, the purpose will be to update citizens and stakeholders on study background data and public survey results, and obtain feedback regarding potential corridor modifications that will be evaluated in detail. Feedback received at this meeting will be used to evaluate intersection/roadway alternatives and develop recommendations for short-term and long-term U.S. 30 corridor improvements.

For the Iowa 17 study area north of U.S. 30, the purpose will be to discuss public survey results, environmental constraints and obtain public feedback regarding corridor safety, operations, and railroad crossings. Potential improvements to be analyzed on this corridor may include intersection geometry and/or roadway realignment alternatives as well as a grade separation over the Union Pacific Railroad. 

Project contact

Wayne Schwartz, Boone City Engineer

Scott Dockstader, Iowa DOT District 1 Engineer

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