Burlington/Clinton intersection may be getting a makeover


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The Iowa City City Council will consider a resolution to improve the Burlington/Clinton intersection.

The resolution, to be read at the council’s Feb. 19 meeting, authorizes Shive-Hattery Inc to provide design engineering services related to the construction of the Burlington/Clinton Intersection Improvements Project.

The project will include the addition of turn lanes on Clinton Street, signal improvements at the intersection, and the replacement of a water main along Clinton Street. The project will widen the north and south leg of Clinton Street near the intersection with Burlington Street.

The intersection ranks as the second-highest collision location in Iowa City, according to city staff.

The project is estimated to cost $1.1 million; the total cost of the engineering services is not to exceed $71,100.

The project is planned to be completed during the latter period of the new University of Iowa music building to be constructed on the southwest corner of the intersection.

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