Iowa Department of Transportation

I-29 lanes in Iowa to reopen

Two lanes are scheduled to reopen in each direction on Friday, Nov. 18.

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U.S. 30 in Iowa to be closed

U.S. 30 between I-29 and the Missouri River will be closed temporarily beginning at 9 a.m., Oct. 24.

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I-29 in Iowa reopens

Interstate reopened from Rock Port, Mo., at exit 110 to U.S. 34 exit 32 near Pacific Junction, Iowa.

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High water keeps Iowa roads closed

Parts of interstates 680 and 29 remain closed almost three months after flooding.

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DOT funds for Iowa

$2 million in emergency money goes to the Iowa Department of Transportation to reimburse the state for work done on federal-aid highways.

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I-29 closures expand to Missouri

Closures could last for months, state transportation departments say.

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Flooding closes I-29 in Iowa

A 40-mile detour around the 10-mile closed section north of Council Bluffs runs over I-80 and I-680.

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Iowa starts carrier rule

Iowa has begun requiring intrastate carriers display their company or farm operation name and USDOT registration number, but won’t enforce this rule until 2011. The state’s transportation department’s Office of Motor Vehicle Enforcement will issue verbal warnings only until 2011. After that, a citation could be issued, which carries a $25 fine and court costs. This new requirement affects anyone transporting persons or property in commerce with a commercial motor vehicle. The department initiated an intrastate audit program ...

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Iowa starts carrier rule

Iowa has begun requiring intrastate carriers display their company or farm operation name and USDOT registration number.

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