DOT Plans Meeting on New Highway 20 Interchange

By George Ford, Reporter

This view of Dyersville, located on the western edge of Dubuque County, looks north with Highway 20 in the foreground. Photo taken in early March, 2005.


By Aaron Hepker

DYERSVILLE, Iowa - The Iowa Department of Transportation will hold a public input meeting Wednesday, June 26, to discuss a planned interchange between 330th and 332nd avenues west of Dyersville.

The open forum meeting will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Dyersville Social Center, 625 Third Ave. Iowa DOT staff will be available to informally discuss the proposed interchange.

No formal presentation will be made.

During construction, 330th and 332nd avenues will be closed at U.S. 20 and detours will be posted.

The proposed interchange will be a standard diamond shape located between existing interchanges at Highway X35 in Earlville and Highway 136 in Dyersville. It will begin approximately 0.5 miles west of 330th Avenue, connect 330th and 332nd avenues, and end about 500 feet west of 7th Street SW.

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