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Iowa DOT announces opening of Highway 100 phase one

County engineers, contractors and others inspect asphalt work on the Highway 100 extension...
County engineers, contractors and others inspect asphalt work on the Highway 100 extension project in Cedar Rapids. This is one of the few highways in the state to use what's called a "perpetual" asphalt technique.(KCRG)
Published: Nov. 23, 2016 at 1:44 PM CST
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The Iowa Department of Transportation announces the first phase of the opening of highway 100 with a ribbon cutting and celebration.

Mayor Ron Corbett, City Manager Jeff Pomeranz, and Iowa DOT District Engineer Jim Schnoebelen will speak at the planned celebration on December 3rd at 1:00 p.m.

People who attend the ribbon cutting can ride their bike, walk, or run the highway before it's opened to vehicles later that month.

Ribbon Cutting & Community Bike Ride

DATE/TIME: Saturday, December 3, 1:00 p.m.

LOCATION: HWY 100 and Edgewood Road (parking will be available on HWY 100, west of Edgewood Road).

ACTIVITY: Ribbon cutting and bike/walk/run: HWY 100, between Edgewood Road and Covington Road (approximately 4 miles one-way, 8 miles round-trip).