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Notice of corridor preservation for I-80 in Dallas County

AMES, Iowa – April 11, 2024 – The Iowa Department of Transportation is providing public notice of renewal of corridor preservation for I-80 from west of U.S. 6/U.S. 169 (DeSoto) interchange to west of Grand Prairie Parkway in Dallas County. This notice includes a depiction of the corridor preservation area on a map, which is available at www.iowadot.gov/pim. Width of the corridor preservation zone (CPZ) varies depending upon location within the corridor. Corridor preservation is a tool the Iowa DOT uses to preserve land for future needs as well as protecting property owners. It does not restrict development in any way, but merely offers the DOT a chance to review the proposed development when notified by the city or county.

This CPZ was first established in 2018. The Iowa DOT is renewing this CPZ on April 11, 2024.

This CPZ is valid for a period of three years.

For questions regarding CPZs, please visit the Iowa Legislature document, Establishment, Aleteration, and Vacation of Highways, §306.19.

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For information regarding this CPZ, contact Scott Suhr, District 4 transportation planner, Iowa Department of Transportation, 2210 E 7th Street, Atlantic, Iowa 50022, by phone at 712-243-7627, or email: [email protected].


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Scott Suhr, District 4 transportation planner
2210 E 7th Street, Atlantic, Iowa 50022
Phone: 712-243-7627
Email: [email protected]


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