Department of Transportation awards $25 million to Polk County for Broadway Avenue Improvements project
The Iowa Department of Transportation plans a record-busting $806 million in statewide road and bridge projects this construction season. (Photo: William Petroski/The Register)
Polk County’s plan to reconstruct a portion of Broadway Avenue just got a $25 million boost from the federal government.
The U.S. Department of Transportation on Wednesday announced the grant, earmarked for the Broadway Avenue Multi-modal Improvements project, as part of a $1 billion investment from the Trump administration to improve infrastructure through its Better Utilizing Investments to Leverage Development program.
The BUILD grant will cover over half of the projected $40 million cost of the Broadway project.
“A federal grant like that … relieves the burden on the local governments to help pay for that,” said MPO executive director Todd Ashby. “It certainly helps speed the timeline of completing the project.”
According to local officials, the project, which focuses on a 5.2-mile stretch
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