Iowa DOT Seeks Input on Rider Corner Interchange

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URBANDALE, Iowa — The Iowa Department of Transportation is asking for feedback from the public on an upcoming project.

It’s to help decide on some big changes for a major metro interchange. The 35-80 interchange at Iowa 141, also known as Rider Corner, is set for an overhaul.

The construction would reconfigure things to add a ½ diamond at Meredith and ramps at 100th Street. One of the proposed changes to the project involves the budget. It would increase the proposed cost from $21.9 million to $33.3 million.

People can weigh in on the plan at a meeting Thursday at 5:00 p.m. It’s being held at the Des Moines Metro Planning Office, 420 Watson Powell Jr. Way, Suite 200.

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