Iowa D.O.T Plans Several Road Projects In The Area For This Spring & Summer
(Cherokee)-- Another season is about to get underway: road construction. The Iowa Department of Transportation website lists several projects scheduled for this spring and summer in Clay, O'Brien and Osceola counties.
In Clay county, a bridge will be replaced several miles south of Spencer on Highway 71 over Prairie Creek, about 1.4 miles north of County Road B-40. Work on that project will be getting underway soon. The project has an estimated cost of a little more than $1.5 million.
Another project in Clay county involves a pavement rehabilitation and widening project on Highway 10 from the O'Brien county line to the north junction with Highway 71. That project has an estimated cost of a little more than $5 million.
In O'Brien county, a pavement rehabilitation project is planned for Highway 18 from the west city limits of Sanborn to Highway 60. The project has an estimated cost of a little more than $6.1 million.
In Osceola county, a bridge will be replaced on Highway 60 over Wagner Creek, about two tenths of a mile north of County Road A-34. That project has an estimated cost of $788,000.