Public Involvement Projects


Join the Iowa Department of Transportation for a virtual or an in-person public information meeting to provide your input on a project in Clinton County.

We're planning to replace five bridges on Iowa 136 between Lost Nation and U.S. 61. One bridge is located over the ditch east of Lost Nation, three crossings are over Branch Prairie Creek, and one bridge is over Elwood Creek. Not all of the bridges will be closed at one time, but traffic will be detoured during construction. The proposed project is scheduled to begin in 2025.

In-person meeting:

When: Wednesday, May 24, 2023, anytime between 4 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.

Location: Oxford Community Center, 115 Broadway St in Oxford Junction

Description: You will be provided with information about the project, and you can talk through your ideas with our staff and consultants. There will be no formal presentation. The meeting space is accessible to people with disabilities. If you require more support at the meeting, please notify the contact listed below by Monday, May 17.

Virtual presentation

How to Attend: View the virtual presentation
Description: IA 136 Clinton County Bridge Replacements

Please notify the contact listed below if you require a language other than English. Servicios de interpretación y traducción están disponibles en varios idiomas gratis. Favor de notificar el contacto enumerado a continuación si requiere un idioma que no sea inglés.

Comments and questions regarding this project should be received by
June 6. 2023.

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Project contact

If want more information about the project or need help for persons with disabilities or limited English skills, contact:

Sam Shea, Transportation Planner
Iowa DOT District 6 Office
5455 Kirkwood BLVD SW, Cedar Rapids
Phone: 319-364-0235
Email: [email protected]

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