Iowa DOT seeks input on long-range transportation plan

Greene County residents encouraged to provide input

The Iowa Department of Transportation and Iowa Transportation Commission have begun updating the long-range transportation plan for Iowa. The plan provides a framework for how future investments should be made to Iowa’s multimodal transportation system.

A key part of the plan update is collecting public input. One component of the public input process is an interactive survey to gather feedback on potential investment areas and strategies for Iowa’s multimodal system.

The survey and information concerning the plane is available on the Iowa DOT website.

Interested individuals can use the survey to provide their reaction to different investment areas and strategies, and also submit comments and suggestions regarding Iowa’s transportation system.

Greene County Development Corporation executive director Ken Paxton said, “The DOT survey lets us input our needs for the long term, especially the expansion of Highway 30 west of Ogden to four lanes. This could be important to the future of Greene County, and I encourage people to complete the survey.”

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