The City of Cedar Rapids has developed a Capital Improvement 10-Year Plan in order to efficiently carry out the Paving for Progress program and use the funds to create the greatest impact to the public’s roadways. The plan outlines improvements to 150 miles of roads in the next ten years. More than 50 percent of all vehicle miles driven in Cedar Rapids will be on roads repaired through Paving for Progress funding.
Balancing Preservation and Reconstruction/Rehabilitation
The plan balances the need to preserve the community’s fair roads while also reconstructing and rehabilitating poor roads. Applying preservation efforts now will extend the life of our roads and prevent the state of deterioration we see today.
Learn more about the steps that were taken to develop the City’s Pavement Management Plan. The video below was developed last year to highlight how the plan will utilize the right treatment, to the right road, at the right time.
Where can I go to learn more?
Residents who will be impacted by specific projects will be contacted directly, with information tailored to their neighborhood. This page will continue to be updated as projects are planned.
To follow the overall progress of the campaign, sign up to receive text or email updates from the City. We'll keep you updated through the CR City Source Newsletter or CR News Now text alerts. You can also connect with us on Facebook or Twitter.
For project-specific questions or to leave feedback on roads, please email:firstname.lastname@example.org.
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