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Use of Additional Road/Bridge Funding Due to

Senate File 257

Prepared by
Iowa Department of Transportation

January 27, 2016

Table of Contents
Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 1
Use of Funding on Iowa Department of Transportation Projects................................................ 1
Use of Funding on City and County Projects ............................................................................. 3
Conclusion ................................................................................................................................. 5
Appendix A List of Iowa DOT Projects: FY 2015..................................................................... 6
Appendix B List of Iowa DOT Projects: FY 2016-2020 ........................................................... 7
Appendix C FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities .............................................. 12
Appendix D FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Counties ......................................... 28
Appendix E FY 2016 City Projects Due to Senate File 257 .................................................. 31
Appendix F FY 2016 County Projects Due to Senate File 257.............................................. 37

Introduction

On February 25, 2015, Senate File (SF) 257 was signed into law generating a significant
increase in state funding for transportation. The majority of the funding generated by this bill
was from a ten cent per gallon fuel tax increase that took effect on March 1, 2015. In total, the
funding bill is forecast to generate an additional $213 million in funding to the Road Use Tax
Fund (RUTF) in Fiscal Year (FY) 2016. An important component of the bill is the requirement
that Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) document which projects on their system are
funded with this additional revenue. The purpose of this report is to summarize how these
additional funds were allocated on Iowa DOT projects and also on city and county projects.
SF 257 also included legislative intent language regarding the use of the additional funding.
Specifically, SF 257 included the following language:
Sec. 12. LEGISLATIVE INTENT
1. It is the intent of the general assembly that one hundred percent of the revenue produced as
a result of the increase in the excise taxes on motor fuel and certain special fuel enacted in this
Act and credited to the secondary road fund or the farm-to-market road fund from the road use
tax fund pursuant to section 312.2, subsection 1, shall be used exclusively for critical road and
bridge construction projects that significantly extend the life of such assets.
2. It is the intent of the general assembly that the state department of transportation and the
state transportation commission shall utilize one hundred percent of the revenue produced as
a result of the increase in the excise taxes on motor fuel and certain special fuel enacted in this
Act that is allocated to the department on critical road and bridge construction projects. The
department shall identify the critical road and bridge construction projects funded with such
revenue in the departments annual five-year transportation improvement program report.
It is important to note a couple items regarding the legislative intent. First, the language directs
counties and the Iowa Transportation Commission (Commission) use 100 percent of the
additional funding on critical road and bridge construction projects. The language does not
specifically include the same requirement for cities; however, it is generally accepted the intent
of the legislature was to also expect that cities use the additional funding for critical road and
bridge construction projects.
In addition, the legislative intent language only specifically directs the Iowa DOT to identify
those critical road and bridge projects supported with the additional funding. However, in the
interest of a more complete reporting of how these additional funds are being used, the Iowa
DOT has prepared this report to summarize how the road/bridge funding from SF 257 is being
used on Iowa DOT, city and county projects.

Use of Funding on Iowa Department of Transportation Projects

As directed by SF 257, 100 percent of the additional revenue allocated to the Iowa DOT is
being spent on road and bridge projects that are critical to maintaining Iowas transportation
infrastructure and create opportunities for expanded economic activity. State and federal funds
for the Iowa DOT are allocated (programmed) to individual projects by the Commission. Those
projects are identified in the Five-Year Transportation Improvement Program (Program)
adopted by the Commission every June. The Program can also be amended by the
Commission throughout the year as necessary.

With the fuel tax increase taking effect on March 1, 2015, the Commission elected to amend
the Program for FY 2015 on March 9. The Commission did so in order to put the additional
funding to use as quickly as possible. They programmed an additional $33.2 million of projects
based on the additional revenue forecast to accrue to the Primary Road Fund in the fiscal year.
A list of the projects included in the amendment is shown in Appendix A.
Following adoption of the amendment to the FY 2015 program year, the Commission
immediately began developing the 2016-2020 Program. Over the five-years of this Program, it
was forecast that an additional $501.7 million of funding is available for critical road and bridge
construction projects.
The Commission spent several months discussing how to assess and prioritize critical road
and bridge construction projects to be funded with the additional revenue. There are several
types of critical need projects that exist including projects to address pavement and bridge
condition issues, safety projects, and projects that are vital to grow Iowas economy by
lowering transportation costs and supporting new developments.
Every year, the Commission determines funding targets for stewardship investments in
pavement resurfacing, bridge repair/replacement, safety improvements, and Interstate
projects. As a result of SF 257, the Commission increased those targets by $80 million over
this Program to improve safety and bridge/pavement conditions on critical projects. The
Commission also identified preliminary target levels for these categories for the five-years
following this Program and they continue to significantly increase over that time.
Beyond the types of projects that can be funded with the stewardship investment categories
described above, there are several one or two-year critical projects that address more
significant safety and condition needs. The Commission was able to add these projects
totaling over $50 million to this Program.
Finally, the Commission was able to add construction for four-lane improvements to U.S 20,
U.S. 30 and U.S. 61 the first time in three years that additional corridor work has been able
to be added to the Program. These four-lane improvements include U.S. 20 in Ida/Sac
Counties from Correctionville to U.S. 71, U.S. 30 in Tama/Benton Counties from the Tama
Bypass to the west junction of U.S. 218, and U.S. 61 in Des Moines County from Burlington to
210th Street.
The Commission has heard from industries, school districts, emergency service providers,
farmers, and economic development officials about the importance of completing four-lane
corridors to better connect the state to the rest of Iowa and provide more efficient corridors for
moving goods to surrounding states, across the nation, and to international markets. While
investment in four-lane construction projects is not repair or rehabilitation of an existing road,
that does not mean they are not critical projects. The efficient movement of people and goods
is essential in supporting and strengthening the economy of Iowa.
The list of Iowa DOT critical road and bridge construction projects for FY 2016-2020 is shown
in Appendix B. In order to match the forecast amount of additional funding, it is possible that
the full cost of a project is not reflected in the project list. Please refer to the full Highway
Program list for full project costs (www.iowadot.gov/program_management/five_year.html).

The pie chart below summarizes the additional Iowa DOT projects by work type.

Use of Funding on City and County Projects

The majority of the additional road and bridge funding from SF 257 is allocated to Iowas 945
cities and 99 counties. Those additional funds are allocated to cities and counties through the
existing RUTF formula and allocation requirements. For FY 2016, the estimated $213 million
in additional RUTF revenue is distributed as follows:

Primary Road Fund (Iowa DOT projects): $101 million


Street Construction Fund (City projects): $42 million
County Projects
Secondary Road Fund: $53 million
Farm-to-Market Fund: $17 million

The Secondary Road Fund and Farm-to-Market Fund are distributed to each of Iowas 99
counties based on each countys share of land area, rural population, traffic, miles of road, and
length of bridges. The Street Construction Fund is distributed to each of Iowas 945 cities
based on each citys share of total municipal population. The estimate of how much additional
funding is forecast to be allocated to each city and county in FY 2016 is shown in the listings in
Appendix C for cities and Appendix D for counties. The identification of individual projects
using the additional revenue is determined by each individual city and county.

In order to identify how cities and counties allocated the additional funding, the Iowa DOT sent
a survey in November to all cities and counties. In order to simplify the reporting of city and
county projects, the survey only requested basic information on critical road and bridge
construction projects able to be included in their state fiscal year 2016 program due to the
passage of Senate File 257. This could be a project or multiple projects that were added to the
FY 2016 program or advanced into the FY 2016 program.
Through the end of December, Iowa DOT received responses from 178 cities and 76 counties.
The list of city projects is included in Appendix E and the list of county projects is included in
Appendix F. It should be noted the estimated cost of individual projects shown on the list may
reflect additional funding beyond the funding resulting from SF 257 and therefore will not
match the FY 2016 funding forecast for the individual jurisdiction. The key point is that these
projects are able to move forward in FY 2016 due to the additional funding generated by SF
257. Also, while a response was not received from all cities and counties, the level of
response provides a strong indication of the type of projects funded across Iowa.
The pie chart below summarizes the additional city projects by work type.

Other 2016 City Projects by Work Type


7% Projects Funded with Increased Revenue
Safety
3%
Structures
9%

Pavement

Structures
Safety
Pavement
81%

Other

The pie chart below summarizes the additional county projects by work type.

Conclusion

Senate File 257 has had a significant impact on addressing Iowas critical road and bridge
needs across the state. The approximately $200 million per year of additional road and
bridge revenue has permitted the state, cities and counties to begin addressing the well
documented backlog in needs. As evidenced by the list of projects in this report, these
funds are overwhelmingly being invested directly into pavements and bridges across Iowa.
As anticipated by the legislature, these investments will improve Iowas transportation
system which has long been a competitive advantage to support the continued growth of
Iowas economy.

Appendix

680

Pottawattamie

Ida

Non-Interstate
Capacity
System
Enhancement

Story

20

35

Decatur

Safety Specific

All

169

Appanoose

Non-Interstate
Bridge
Modernization

Statewide

Union

Non-Interstate
Pavement
Modernization

35

235

Polk

Warren

80

Route

Iowa

Interstate
Stewardship

County

Correctionville to W Jct US 59

US 30 to Co Rd E15

At Jct I-35

IMRL RR 6.1 mi W of Centerville

Statewide

In Afton from SCL to Filmore Street

S of Badger Creek to S of IA 92

Totals

Right of Way

Guardrail

Bridge Rehab

Bridge Deck
Overlay

Pavement Rehab

Grade & Pave

Pavement Rehab

Pavement Rehab

Pavement Rehab

W I-35/80 Interchange to 28th Street


Co Rd L34 to I-80 WB

Pavement Rehab

Type of Work

Various interchange ramps

Location

FY 2015 Iowa Highway Program Amendment

33,200

4500

2769

985

704

3000

1275

3360

9107

6000

1500

2015

Project Estimated Costs X $1000

Appendix A

ADT

1580

4700

15200

2730

31100

4150

6900

4640

RTE

92

30

57

52

80

69

61

61

BRANCH SMITH CREEK, 1.0 MI S OF LOUISA CO

MEMORIAL PARK RD (IN BURLINGTON) TO N OF 210TH ST

(29) DES MOINES

E JCT IA 2 INTERSECTION IN LEON

(27) DECATUR

NORTH RACCOON RIVER, 2.3 MI E OF US 169 (EB)

(25) DALLAS

LITTLE TURKEY RIVER, 0.3 MI S OF CO RD C9Y

(22) CLAYTON

HUDSON RD TO FRANKLIN ST IN CEDAR FALLS


(STATE SHARE)

(07) BLACK HAWK

IA 21 TO W JCT US 218

(06) BENTON

MARVEL CREEK, 0.3 MI W OF CO RD P33

(01) ADAIR

LOCATION

10.2

0.1

0.9

13.9

MILES

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

RIGHT OF WAY
CULVERT NEW
GRADE
BRIDGE NEW
PAVE
TRAFFIC SIGNS

RIGHT OF WAY
GRADE AND PAVE

BRIDGE DECK OVERLAY

BRIDGE DECK OVERLAY

GRADE AND PAVE

BRIDGE NEW
GRADE AND PAVE

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

TYPE OF WORK

2016 - 2020 IOWA HIGHWAY PROGRAM


(Projects Funded with Increased Revenue)

5100

10
516

3500

232
15800

569
18231

5968

1390

564

750

12392
125

1850

PROJECT ESTIMATED COSTS X $1000


2016
2017
2018
2019
2020

Appendix B

ADT

2060

3200

3130

2180

5400

5400

7500

RTE

30

20

20

13

1.0 MI N OF COUNTY HOME RD TO 2.0 MI S OF CENTRAL


CITY (SB)

(57) LINN

OLD MANS CREEK, 1.5 MI S OF CO RD F52

STREAM, 2.1 MI S OF CO RD F52

(52) JOHNSON

E JCT US 59 TO W OF ADAMS AVE

CORRECTIONVILLE TO W JCT US 59

(47) IDA

MILL CREEK, 7.2 MI E OF CO RD F32

(43) HARRISON

ECL OF LUXEMBURG TO TOLLGATE RD (CO RD Y13)

(31) DUBUQUE

LOCATION

4.2

6.3

11.0

4.3

MILES

RIGHT OF WAY
CULVERT EXTENSION
GRADE AND PAVE
TRAFFIC SIGNS

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

GRADE AND PAVE


RIGHT OF WAY
TRAFFIC SIGNS
WETLAND MITIGATION

CULVERT EXTENSION
CULVERT REPLACEMENT
GRADE AND PAVE
TRAFFIC SIGNS
WETLAND MITIGATION

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

RIGHT OF WAY
GRADE AND PAVE

TYPE OF WORK

2016 - 2020 IOWA HIGHWAY PROGRAM


(Projects Funded with Increased Revenue)

67408
600
92
400

1574
3234
64274
119
400

450

225

122
11301
54

1850

8535

5550

825

PROJECT ESTIMATED COSTS X $1000


2016
2017
2018
2019
2020

ADT

2320

1890

4840

3500

1160

17900

5900

RTE

146

141

34

18

69

680

N I-29 INTERCHANGE TO CO RD L34 (EB)

(78) POTTAWATTAMIE

I-80 TO ORALABOR RD IN ANKENY

(77) POLK

DITCH, 1.6 MI W OF CO RD K42

(75) PLYMOUTH

WATERMAN CREEK, 1.3 MI W OF CO RD M12

(71) O'BRIEN

IA 5 INTERSECTION IN ALBIA

(68) MONROE

2.5 MI E OF CO RD L32 TO 0.4 MI W OF CO RD L37

(67) MONONA

CO RD E49 TO US 30

(64) MARSHALL

LOCATION

8.0

3.6

0.1

11.4

1.1

MILES

PAVEMENT REHAB

RIGHT OF WAY

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

GRADE AND PAVE

RIGHT OF WAY
GRADE

BRIDGE NEW
CULVERT NEW
GRADE AND PAVE
WETLAND MITIGATION
EROSION CONTROL

TYPE OF WORK

2016 - 2020 IOWA HIGHWAY PROGRAM


(Projects Funded with Increased Revenue)

2344

234

2257
118
4000
60

8507

1000

4266

298

1147

1380

PROJECT ESTIMATED COSTS X $1000


2016
2017
2018
2019
2020

10

ADT

2180

12000

5200

21200

3690

5500

RTE

20

30

30

35

92

IA 22 INTERSECTION IN KALONA

(92) WASHINGTON

IA 28 INTERSECTION IN MARTENSDALE

N OF NORTH RIVER TO S OF BADGER CREEK (SB)

(91) WARREN

TAMA BYPASS TO BENTON CO

(86) TAMA

AIRPORT RD INTERCHANGE IN NEVADA

(85) STORY

W OF ADAMS AVE TO US 71

(81) SAC

LOCATION

0.1

0.1

2.6

11.6

0.1

10.8

MILES

GRADE AND PAVE

GRADE AND PAVE

GRADE AND PAVE

RIGHT OF WAY
BRIDGE NEW
CULVERT NEW
GRADE
WETLAND MITIGATION
PAVE

RIGHT OF WAY
BRIDGE NEW
GRADE
GRADE AND PAVE
LIGHTING
TRAFFIC SIGNS

RIGHT OF WAY
GRADE AND PAVE
TRAFFIC SIGNS
WETLAND MITIGATION

TYPE OF WORK

2016 - 2020 IOWA HIGHWAY PROGRAM


(Projects Funded with Increased Revenue)

4000

1625

1620

7200

74800
100
400

6000
500
37839
1600

100
3313
3755

15333

34738

5052
194
324

PROJECT ESTIMATED COSTS X $1000


2016
2017
2018
2019
2020

11

ADT

2640

4280

840

RTE

52

17

PAVE

STATEWIDE SAFETY PROJECTS

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

GRADE AND PAVE

BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

TYPE OF WORK

PAVEMENT REHAB

0.1

MILES

NON-INTERSTATE PAVEMENT MODERNIZATION

(00) STATEWIDE

PRAIRIE CREEK, 0.9 MI N OF CO RD C26

(99) WRIGHT

IA 9 INTERSECTION IN DECORAH

(96) WINNESHIEK

DITCH, 0.1 MI E OF CO RD R74

(95) WINNEBAGO

LOCATION

2016 - 2020 IOWA HIGHWAY PROGRAM


(Projects Funded with Increased Revenue)

5000

1426

5000

5000

10000

5000

10000

1185

975

PROJECT ESTIMATED COSTS X $1000


2016
2017
2018
2019
2020

Appendix C

FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
HARDIN
WARREN
ADAIR
DALLAS
UNION
WAPELLO
WASHINGTON
PLYMOUTH
BUENA VISTA
MONROE
MARSHALL
LINN
HARDIN
FRANKLIN
KOSSUTH
POLK
WAYNE
BUTLER
BUENA VISTA
CHICKASAW
SIOUX
POLK
LYON
IOWA
STORY
JONES
CLINTON
JACKSON
CASS
POLK
WOODBURY
BUTLER
CARROLL
O'BRIEN
BUTLER
CRAWFORD
UNION
FAYETTE
EMMET
DICKINSON
IDA
DUBUQUE
OSCEOLA
CRAWFORD
MUSCATINE
BENTON
CASS
SAC
AUDUBON
CHEROKEE
BUCHANAN
POTTAWATTAMIE
PALO ALTO
WEBSTER
GUTHRIE
JACKSON
DUBUQUE
KOSSUTH
DUBUQUE
MAHASKA
WEBSTER
CHICKASAW
JEFFERSON
IDA

City
ACKLEY
ACKWORTH
ADAIR
ADEL
AFTON
AGENCY
AINSWORTH
AKRON
ALBERT CITY
ALBIA
ALBION
ALBURNETT
ALDEN
ALEXANDER
ALGONA
ALLEMAN
ALLERTON
ALLISON
ALTA
ALTA VISTA
ALTON
ALTOONA
ALVORD
AMANA VILLAGES
AMES
ANAMOSA
ANDOVER
ANDREW
ANITA
ANKENY
ANTHON
APLINGTON
ARCADIA
ARCHER
AREDALE
ARION
ARISPE
ARLINGTON
ARMSTRONG
ARNOLDS PARK
ARTHUR
ASBURY
ASHTON
ASPINWALL
ATALISSA
ATKINS
ATLANTIC
AUBURN
AUDUBON
AURELIA
AURORA
AVOCA
AYRSHIRE
BADGER
BAGLEY
BALDWIN
BALLTOWN
BANCROFT
BANKSTON
BARNES CITY
BARNUM
BASSETT
BATAVIA
BATTLE CREEK

Population
1,589
83
781
3,682
845
638
567
1,486
699
3,766
505
673
787
175
5,560
432
501
1,029
1,883
266
1,216
14,541
196
1,636
58,965
5,533
103
434
972
45,582
565
1,128
484
131
74
108
100
429
926
1,126
206
4,357
458
40
311
1,670
7,112
322
2,176
1,036
185
1,506
143
561
303
109
68
732
25
176
191
66
499
713

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$191,475
$27,808
$10,002
$1,453
$94,111
$13,668
$443,681
$64,435
$101,823
$14,788
$76,879
$11,165
$68,324
$9,923
$179,063
$26,005
$84,230
$12,233
$453,803
$65,905
$60,853
$8,838
$81,097
$11,778
$94,834
$13,773
$10,620
$1,543
$669,980
$97,300
$27,267
$3,960
$60,371
$8,768
$123,995
$18,008
$226,902
$32,953
$16,741
$2,431
$146,528
$21,280
$1,752,191
$254,468
$19,222
$2,791
$197,138
$28,630
$7,105,283
$1,031,888
$666,727
$96,828
$6,645
$965
$47,271
$6,865
$117,126
$17,010
$5,492,631
$797,685
$68,083
$9,888
$135,924
$19,740
$46,302
$6,724
$12,985
$1,886
$5,110
$742
$11,135
$1,617
$7,516
$1,091
$39,418
$5,725
$111,583
$16,205
$135,683
$19,705
$22,527
$3,272
$525,019
$76,248
$46,443
$6,745
$4,336
$630
$33,549
$4,873
$201,235
$29,225
$856,996
$124,460
$38,801
$5,635
$262,208
$38,080
$124,838
$18,130
$12,592
$1,829
$181,473
$26,355
$11,547
$1,678
$67,601
$9,818
$33,419
$4,853
$9,263
$1,346
$2,946
$428
$88,206
$12,810
$1,507
$220
$13,500
$1,960
$23,016
$3,343
$3,692
$536
$50,334
$7,310
$85,917
$12,478

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
JASPER
GUTHRIE
MAHASKA
RINGGOLD
GRUNDY
BOONE
TAYLOR
BENTON
JACKSON
WRIGHT
CEDAR
RINGGOLD
BOONE
DUBUQUE
LINN
SCOTT
MADISON
VAN BUREN
HAMILTON
BENTON
WAPELLO
PAGE
MONONA
TAYLOR
DAVIS
SCOTT
HUMBOLDT
VAN BUREN
POLK
BOONE
DALLAS
BOONE
SIOUX
PAGE
HUMBOLDT
BUCHANAN
AUDUBON
CARROLL
ADAIR
WASHINGTON
BUTLER
HANCOCK
WOODBURY
POWESHIEK
PLYMOUTH
CRAWFORD
HARDIN
SCOTT
WINNEBAGO
DES MOINES
KOSSUTH
MARION
CLINTON
WEBSTER
WINNESHIEK
O'BRIEN
CLINTON
STORY
VAN BUREN
ADAMS
WARREN
MITCHELL
CARROLL

City
BAXTER
BAYARD
BEACON
BEACONSFIELD
BEAMAN
BEAVER
BEDFORD
BELLE PLAINE
BELLEVUE
BELMOND
BENNETT
BENTON
BERKLEY
BERNARD
BERTRAM
BETTENDORF
BEVINGTON
BIRMINGHAM
BLAIRSBURG
BLAIRSTOWN
BLAKESBURG
BLANCHARD
BLENCOE
BLOCKTON
BLOOMFIELD
BLUE GRASS
BODE
BONAPARTE
BONDURANT
BOONE
BOUTON
BOXHOLM
BOYDEN
BRADDYVILLE
BRADGATE
BRANDON
BRAYTON
BREDA
BRIDGEWATER
BRIGHTON
BRISTOW
BRITT
BRONSON
BROOKLYN
BRUNSVILLE
BUCK GROVE
BUCKEYE
BUFFALO
BUFFALO CENTER
BURLINGTON
BURT
BUSSEY
CALAMUS
CALLENDER
CALMAR
CALUMET
CAMANCHE
CAMBRIDGE
CANTRIL
CARBON
CARLISLE
CARPENTER
CARROLL

Population
1,101
471
494
15
191
48
1,440
2,534
2,191
2,376
405
41
32
112
294
33,217
63
448
215
692
296
38
224
192
2,640
1,452
302
433
3,860
12,661
129
195
707
159
86
309
128
483
182
652
160
2,069
322
1,468
151
43
108
1,270
905
25,619
533
422
439
376
978
170
4,448
827
222
34
3,876
109
10,103

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$132,671
$19,268
$56,339
$8,183
$39,814
$5,782
$1,630
$237
$20,343
$2,955
$4,845
$704
$173,520
$25,200
$305,347
$44,345
$264,016
$38,343
$286,308
$41,580
$42,366
$6,153
$4,941
$718
$2,195
$319
$7,607
$1,105
$35,427
$5,145
$4,002,649
$581,298
$6,015
$874
$39,562
$5,745
$23,275
$3,381
$83,386
$12,110
$25,739
$3,738
$2,987
$434
$19,576
$2,843
$19,078
$2,771
$318,120
$46,200
$174,966
$25,410
$25,961
$3,770
$38,857
$5,643
$465,130
$67,550
$1,525,651
$221,568
$10,612
$1,542
$20,252
$2,941
$85,194
$12,373
$16,927
$2,459
$6,603
$959
$28,170
$4,091
$9,434
$1,370
$48,313
$7,017
$15,611
$2,267
$78,566
$11,410
$11,505
$1,671
$249,315
$36,208
$30,287
$4,399
$176,894
$25,690
$18,196
$2,643
$3,735
$543
$6,716
$975
$153,035
$22,225
$109,053
$15,838
$3,087,090
$448,333
$64,227
$9,328
$40,931
$5,944
$40,480
$5,879
$33,045
$4,799
$117,849
$17,115
$17,438
$2,532
$535,984
$77,840
$99,654
$14,473
$20,685
$3,004
$2,291
$333
$467,058
$67,830
$8,180
$1,189
$1,217,412
$176,803

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
POTTAWATTAMIE
POTTAWATTAMIE
DUBUQUE
GUTHRIE
WINNESHIEK
MONONA
BLACK HAWK
LINN
JONES
LINN
APPANOOSE
LINN
DUBUQUE
LUCAS
FLOYD
CLINTON
CRAWFORD
SIOUX
TAMA
CHEROKEE
HOWARD
WAPELLO
GREENE
APPANOOSE
WEBSTER
CEDAR
PAGE
WRIGHT
BUTLER
CLAYTON
CERRO GORDO
TAYLOR
CHEROKEE
MARSHALL
FAYETTE
CLINTON
WAYNE
POLK
TAMA
MONTGOMERY
LINN
PAGE
DELAWARE
JASPER
PAGE
STORY
STORY
LOUISA
LOUISA
FLOYD
MUSCATINE
GRUNDY
TAYLOR
CARROLL
HENRY
JOHNSON
ADAMS
WOODBURY
HANCOCK
WAYNE

City

Population

CARSON
CARTER LAKE
CASCADE
CASEY
CASTALIA
CASTANA
CEDAR FALLS
CEDAR RAPIDS
CENTER JUNCTION
CENTER POINT
CENTERVILLE
CENTRAL CITY
CENTRALIA
CHARITON
CHARLES CITY
CHARLOTTE
CHARTER OAK
CHATSWORTH
CHELSEA
CHEROKEE
CHESTER
CHILLICOTHE
CHURDAN
CINCINNATI
CLARE
CLARENCE
CLARINDA
CLARION
CLARKSVILLE
CLAYTON
CLEAR LAKE
CLEARFIELD
CLEGHORN
CLEMONS
CLERMONT
CLINTON
CLIO
CLIVE
CLUTIER
COBURG
COGGON
COIN
COLESBURG
COLFAX
COLLEGE SPRINGS
COLLINS
COLO
COLUMBUS CITY
COLUMBUS JUNCTION
COLWELL
CONESVILLE
CONRAD
CONWAY
COON RAPIDS
COPPOCK
CORALVILLE
CORNING
CORRECTIONVILLE
CORWITH
CORYDON

812
3,785
2,159
426
173
147
39,263
126,326
111
2,421
5,528
1,257
134
4,321
7,652
394
502
79
267
5,253
127
97
386
357
146
974
5,572
2,850
1,439
43
7,777
363
240
148
632
26,885
80
15,447
213
42
658
193
404
2,093
214
495
876
391
1,899
73
432
1,108
41
1,305
47
18,907
1,635
821
309
1,585

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$97,846
$456,093
$260,160
$44,164
$12,890
$15,212
$4,731,192
$15,222,283
$13,376
$291,731
$666,124
$151,469
$6,386
$520,681
$922,066
$33,467
$60,491
$8,816
$19,037
$632,987
$8,479
$5,150
$35,186
$31,152
$7,559
$117,367
$671,426
$343,425
$173,400
$3,731
$937,129
$37,032
$27,983
$13,047
$76,156
$3,239,643
$5,232
$1,861,364
$16,785
$3,864
$79,289
$16,921
$38,583
$252,207
$19,186
$55,682
$105,558
$36,229
$228,830
$3,849
$49,831
$133,514
$3,166
$157,253
$3,763
$2,278,294
$197,018
$98,931
$21,849
$190,993

$14,210
$66,238
$37,783
$6,414
$1,872
$2,209
$687,103
$2,210,705
$1,943
$42,368
$96,740
$21,998
$927
$75,618
$133,910
$4,860
$8,785
$1,280
$2,765
$91,928
$1,232
$748
$5,110
$4,525
$1,097
$17,045
$97,510
$49,875
$25,183
$542
$136,098
$5,379
$4,064
$1,894
$11,060
$470,488
$759
$270,323
$2,438
$561
$11,515
$2,458
$5,603
$36,628
$2,787
$8,087
$15,330
$5,262
$33,233
$559
$7,237
$19,390
$460
$22,838
$547
$330,873
$28,613
$14,368
$3,174
$27,738

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
LOUISA
FRANKLIN
POTTAWATTAMIE
PLYMOUTH
WASHINGTON
POTTAWATTAMIE
HOWARD
UNION
UNION
HANCOCK
CASS
WARREN
PALO ALTO
WOODBURY
PALO ALTO
HUMBOLDT
DALLAS
GREENE
WOODBURY
DES MOINES
SCOTT
DECATUR
DALLAS
WEBSTER
DALLAS
CLINTON
DECATUR
WINNESHIEK
CARROLL
POWESHIEK
SHELBY
DELAWARE
DELAWARE
CLINTON
CRAWFORD
RINGGOLD
KEOKUK
CRAWFORD
BREMER
LUCAS
POLK
DALLAS
RINGGOLD
CLAY
GRUNDY
SCOTT
EMMET
SCOTT
LEE
LYON
CERRO GORDO
CRAWFORD
WRIGHT
DAVIS
DUBUQUE
BUTLER
WEBSTER
DELAWARE
BLACK HAWK
HARRISON

City

Population

COTTER
COULTER
COUNCIL BLUFFS
CRAIG
CRAWFORDSVILLE
CRESCENT
CRESCO
CRESTON
CROMWELL
CRYSTAL LAKE
CUMBERLAND
CUMMING
CURLEW
CUSHING
CYLINDER
DAKOTA CITY
DALLAS CENTER
DANA
DANBURY
DANVILLE
DAVENPORT
DAVIS CITY
DAWSON
DAYTON
DE SOTO
DE WITT
DECATUR CITY
DECORAH
DEDHAM
DEEP RIVER
DEFIANCE
DELAWARE
DELHI
DELMAR
DELOIT
DELPHOS
DELTA
DENISON
DENVER
DERBY
DES MOINES
DEXTER
DIAGONAL
DICKENS
DIKE
DIXON
DOLLIVER
DONAHUE
DONNELLSON
DOON
DOUGHERTY
DOW CITY
DOWS
DRAKESVILLE
DUBUQUE
DUMONT
DUNCOMBE
DUNDEE
DUNKERTON
DUNLAP

48
281
62,230
89
264
617
3,868
7,834
107
250
262
351
58
220
88
843
1,623
71
348
934
99,685
204
131
837
1,050
5,322
197
8,127
266
279
284
159
460
525
264
25
328
8,298
1,780
115
204,220
611
330
185
1,209
247
66
346
912
577
58
510
538
184
57,637
637
410
174
852
1,042

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$3,856
$24,096
$7,498,715
$7,774
$19,765
$74,349
$466,094
$943,997
$9,272
$20,953
$25,062
$24,109
$2,509
$18,675
$10,604
$101,582
$195,572
$5,790
$30,280
$112,547
$12,012,043
$23,673
$9,162
$100,859
$126,525
$641,301
$19,905
$979,304
$20,391
$30,633
$30,956
$19,160
$41,038
$63,263
$22,813
$1,948
$28,954
$999,909
$214,490
$11,537
$24,608,510
$73,626
$30,017
$15,339
$145,685
$20,585
$5,302
$23,452
$109,896
$69,529
$3,010
$61,455
$64,829
$15,256
$6,945,259
$76,759
$35,707
$13,845
$102,666
$125,561

$560
$3,500
$1,089,025
$1,129
$2,871
$10,798
$67,690
$137,095
$1,347
$3,043
$3,639
$3,502
$364
$2,712
$1,540
$14,753
$28,403
$842
$4,397
$16,345
$1,744,488
$3,438
$1,331
$14,648
$18,375
$93,135
$2,891
$142,223
$2,961
$4,449
$4,495
$2,783
$5,960
$9,188
$3,313
$283
$4,205
$145,215
$31,150
$1,676
$3,573,850
$10,693
$4,360
$2,229
$21,158
$2,990
$770
$3,406
$15,960
$10,098
$437
$8,925
$9,415
$2,216
$1,008,648
$11,148
$5,186
$2,011
$14,910
$18,235

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
DUBUQUE
CEDAR
DUBUQUE
TAMA
WRIGHT
MADISON
SHELBY
DELAWARE
SAC
MADISON
WAPELLO
CLAYTON
TAMA
WAPELLO
HARDIN
SCOTT
FAYETTE
SHELBY
BLACK HAWK
CLAYTON
POLK
CLAYTON
MONTGOMERY
RINGGOLD
HAMILTON
HOWARD
LINN
MILLS
PALO ALTO
DUBUQUE
PAGE
EMMET
BLACK HAWK
CLAY
AUDUBON
APPANOOSE
BUCHANAN
LINN
JEFFERSON
DUBUQUE
CLAYTON
VAN BUREN
CALHOUN
FREMONT
FAYETTE
KOSSUTH
MARSHALL
WORTH
DAVIS
FLOYD
POCAHONTAS
ADAIR
WINNEBAGO
WINNESHIEK
WEBSTER
LEE
CLAY
LEE
BOONE
CHICKASAW

City

Population

DURANGO
DURANT
DYERSVILLE
DYSART
EAGLE GROVE
EARLHAM
EARLING
EARLVILLE
EARLY
EAST PERU
EDDYVILLE
EDGEWOOD
ELBERON
ELDON
ELDORA
ELDRIDGE
ELGIN
ELK HORN
ELK RUN HEIGHTS
ELKADER
ELKHART
ELKPORT
ELLIOTT
ELLSTON
ELLSWORTH
ELMA
ELY
EMERSON
EMMETSBURG
EPWORTH
ESSEX
ESTHERVILLE
EVANSDALE
EVERLY
EXIRA
EXLINE
FAIRBANK
FAIRFAX
FAIRFIELD
FARLEY
FARMERSBURG
FARMINGTON
FARNHAMVILLE
FARRAGUT
FAYETTE
FENTON
FERGUSON
FERTILE
FLORIS
FLOYD
FONDA
FONTANELLE
FOREST CITY
FORT ATKINSON
FORT DODGE
FORT MADISON
FOSTORIA
FRANKLIN
FRASER
FREDERICKSBURG

22
1,832
4,058
1,379
3,583
1,450
437
812
557
125
1,024
864
196
927
2,732
5,651
683
662
1,117
1,273
683
37
350
43
531
546
1,776
438
3,904
1,860
798
6,360
4,751
603
840
160
1,113
2,123
9,464
1,537
302
664
371
485
1,338
279
126
370
138
335
631
672
4,151
349
25,206
11,051
231
143
102
931

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$1,657
$220,756
$488,989
$166,170
$431,752
$174,725
$44,664
$97,846
$67,119
$5,034
$123,392
$104,112
$19,019
$111,704
$329,206
$680,946
$82,302
$79,771
$134,599
$153,397
$42,289
$2,194
$37,757
$3,365
$63,986
$65,793
$214,008
$46,810
$470,432
$224,130
$96,159
$766,380
$572,496
$72,662
$101,220
$10,990
$134,117
$255,822
$1,140,412
$185,209
$23,876
$80,012
$37,582
$47,012
$161,229
$32,275
$10,760
$23,617
$10,460
$32,605
$76,036
$80,976
$500,196
$36,978
$3,037,323
$1,331,646
$22,427
$14,841
$7,501
$112,186

$241
$32,060
$71,015
$24,133
$62,703
$25,375
$6,487
$14,210
$9,748
$731
$17,920
$15,120
$2,762
$16,223
$47,810
$98,893
$11,953
$11,585
$19,548
$22,278
$6,142
$319
$5,484
$489
$9,293
$9,555
$31,080
$6,798
$68,320
$32,550
$13,965
$111,300
$83,143
$10,553
$14,700
$1,596
$19,478
$37,153
$165,620
$26,898
$3,468
$11,620
$5,458
$6,828
$23,415
$4,687
$1,563
$3,430
$1,519
$4,736
$11,043
$11,760
$72,643
$5,371
$441,105
$193,393
$3,258
$2,156
$1,089
$16,293

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
BREMER
LOUISA
MAHASKA
MUSCATINE
WRIGHT
IDA
CLAYTON
DECATUR
CLAYTON
HANCOCK
BENTON
TAMA
FRANKLIN
LYON
KEOKUK
STORY
BLACK HAWK
CLAY
MARSHALL
HUMBOLDT
TAMA
MILLS
CARROLL
WRIGHT
HANCOCK
CLINTON
WEBSTER
PALO ALTO
DUBUQUE
WORTH
GREENE
CLINTON
DECATUR
LOUISA
DALLAS
MONTGOMERY
SIOUX
TAYLOR
AUDUBON
DELAWARE
BUTLER
ADAIR
CLAY
POLK
POWESHIEK
CASS
GRUNDY
EMMET
POWESHIEK
GUTHRIE
CLAYTON
CARROLL
FREMONT
MARION
FRANKLIN
POTTAWATTAMIE
WORTH
FRANKLIN
WEBSTER
HUMBOLDT

City

Population

FREDERIKA
FREDONIA
FREMONT
FRUITLAND
GALT
GALVA
GARBER
GARDEN GROVE
GARNAVILLO
GARNER
GARRISON
GARWIN
GENEVA
GEORGE
GIBSON
GILBERT
GILBERTVILLE
GILLETT GROVE
GILMAN
GILMORE CITY
GLADBROOK
GLENWOOD
GLIDDEN
GOLDFIELD
GOODELL
GOOSE LAKE
GOWRIE
GRAETTINGER
GRAF
GRAFTON
GRAND JUNCTION
GRAND MOUND
GRAND RIVER
GRANDVIEW
GRANGER
GRANT
GRANVILLE
GRAVITY
GRAY
GREELEY
GREENE
GREENFIELD
GREENVILLE
GRIMES
GRINNELL
GRISWOLD
GRUNDY CENTER
GRUVER
GUERNSEY
GUTHRIE CENTER
GUTTENBERG
HALBUR
HAMBURG
HAMILTON
HAMPTON
HANCOCK
HANLONTOWN
HANSELL
HARCOURT
HARDY

183
244
743
977
32
434
88
211
745
3,129
371
527
165
1,080
61
1,082
712
49
509
504
945
5,269
1,146
635
139
240
1,037
844
79
252
824
642
236
556
1,244
92
312
188
63
256
1,130
1,982
75
8,246
9,218
1,036
2,706
94
63
1,569
1,919
246
1,187
130
4,461
196
226
98
303
47

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$15,848
$25,337
$89,532
$117,729
$2,880
$37,904
$7,360
$18,692
$89,773
$377,045
$39,210
$63,504
$12,349
$130,140
$3,921
$130,381
$85,796
$3,391
$61,335
$60,732
$113,873
$634,915
$138,093
$76,518
$12,212
$19,624
$124,959
$101,702
$4,559
$18,313
$99,292
$77,361
$23,135
$66,998
$149,902
$8,508
$37,302
$18,228
$4,280
$30,848
$136,165
$238,831
$6,644
$993,643
$1,110,769
$124,838
$326,073
$10,781
$5,135
$189,065
$231,240
$20,451
$143,034
$9,654
$537,551
$19,496
$22,333
$5,455
$32,981
$2,844

$2,302
$3,680
$13,003
$17,098
$418
$5,505
$1,069
$2,715
$13,038
$54,758
$5,695
$9,223
$1,794
$18,900
$570
$18,935
$12,460
$493
$8,908
$8,820
$16,538
$92,208
$20,055
$11,113
$1,774
$2,850
$18,148
$14,770
$662
$2,660
$14,420
$11,235
$3,360
$9,730
$21,770
$1,236
$5,418
$2,647
$622
$4,480
$19,775
$34,685
$965
$144,305
$161,315
$18,130
$47,355
$1,566
$746
$27,458
$33,583
$2,970
$20,773
$1,402
$78,068
$2,831
$3,243
$792
$4,790
$413

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
SHELBY
KEOKUK
ALLAMAKEE
OSCEOLA
WARREN
O'BRIEN
POWESHIEK
MARION
MILLS
POCAHONTAS
MARSHALL
SIOUX
FAYETTE
KEOKUK
BUCHANAN
KEOKUK
MILLS
PAGE
LINN
JOHNSON
HENRY
PLYMOUTH
GRUNDY
IDA
DUBUQUE
DELAWARE
WOODBURY
SIOUX
LEE
HARDIN
BLACK HAWK
SIOUX
HUMBOLDT
WAYNE
STORY
IDA
FREMONT
BUCHANAN
WARREN
LYON
CHICKASAW
JOHNSON
HARDIN
SIOUX
SHELBY
WINNESHIEK
GUTHRIE
BREMER
GREENE
BUCHANAN
HAMILTON
POLK
WORTH
CALHOUN
WASHINGTON
HAMILTON
HANCOCK
RINGGOLD
STORY
JASPER

City

Population

HARLAN
HARPER
HARPERS FERRY
HARRIS
HARTFORD
HARTLEY
HARTWICK
HARVEY
HASTINGS
HAVELOCK
HAVERHILL
HAWARDEN
HAWKEYE
HAYESVILLE
HAZLETON
HEDRICK
HENDERSON
HEPBURN
HIAWATHA
HILLS
HILLSBORO
HINTON
HOLLAND
HOLSTEIN
HOLY CROSS
HOPKINTON
HORNICK
HOSPERS
HOUGHTON
HUBBARD
HUDSON
HULL
HUMBOLDT
HUMESTON
HUXLEY
IDA GROVE
IMOGENE
INDEPENDENCE
INDIANOLA
INWOOD
IONIA
IOWA CITY
IOWA FALLS
IRETON
IRWIN
JACKSON JUNCTION
JAMAICA
JANESVILLE
JEFFERSON
JESUP
JEWELL
JOHNSTON
JOICE
JOLLEY
KALONA
KAMRAR
KANAWHA
KELLERTON
KELLEY
KELLOGG

5,106
114
328
170
771
1,672
86
235
152
138
173
2,546
449
50
823
764
185
23
7,024
703
180
928
282
1,396
374
628
225
698
146
845
2,282
2,175
4,690
494
3,317
2,142
72
5,966
14,782
814
291
67,862
5,238
609
341
58
224
930
4,345
2,520
1,215
17,278
222
41
2,363
199
652
315
309
599

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$615,273
$9,762
$33,095
$11,966
$92,906
$201,476
$7,428
$26,246
$15,793
$13,752
$17,154
$306,793
$39,912
$3,989
$99,172
$92,062
$17,402
$2,353
$846,392
$84,712
$15,918
$111,824
$25,336
$168,218
$28,699
$75,674
$22,890
$84,109
$15,495
$101,823
$274,981
$262,088
$565,145
$53,969
$399,699
$258,111
$6,966
$718,903
$1,781,231
$98,087
$22,014
$8,177,371
$631,179
$73,385
$25,848
$5,138
$22,600
$112,065
$523,573
$303,660
$146,408
$2,081,999
$14,906
$3,717
$284,742
$12,692
$78,566
$27,240
$24,136
$72,180

$89,355
$1,417
$4,806
$1,738
$13,493
$29,260
$1,078
$3,812
$2,294
$1,997
$2,492
$44,555
$5,797
$579
$14,403
$13,370
$2,528
$342
$122,920
$12,303
$2,312
$16,240
$3,680
$24,430
$4,168
$10,990
$3,325
$12,215
$2,251
$14,788
$39,935
$38,063
$82,075
$7,838
$58,048
$37,485
$1,012
$104,405
$258,685
$14,245
$3,197
$1,187,585
$91,665
$10,658
$3,755
$746
$3,282
$16,275
$76,038
$44,100
$21,263
$302,365
$2,165
$540
$41,353
$1,844
$11,410
$3,957
$3,505
$10,483

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
WORTH
LEE
MAHASKA
VAN BUREN
KEOKUK
KEOKUK
BENTON
AUDUBON
PLYMOUTH
KEOKUK
SHELBY
WAPELLO
CRAWFORD
HANCOCK
CALHOUN
MARION
JACKSON
BLACK HAWK
WARREN
IOWA
CALHOUN
WINNEBAGO
DICKINSON
SAC
BUENA VISTA
KOSSUTH
JASPER
DECATUR
BUCHANAN
CARROLL
ALLAMAKEE
LYON
CHEROKEE
FRANKLIN
MARSHALL
POCAHONTAS
CHICKASAW
WOODBURY
SCOTT
MARSHALL
PLYMOUTH
KOSSUTH
WEBSTER
MAHASKA
WINNEBAGO
TAYLOR
DECATUR
DECATUR
LYON
LOUISA
CASS
JEFFERSON
CARROLL
HOWARD
TAMA
DALLAS
WAYNE
BUENA VISTA
LINN
MARSHALL

City

Population

KENSETT
KEOKUK
KEOMAH VILLAGE
KEOSAUQUA
KEOTA
KESWICK
KEYSTONE
KIMBALLTON
KINGSLEY
KINROSS
KIRKMAN
KIRKVILLE
KIRON
KLEMME
KNIERIM
KNOXVILLE
LA MOTTE
LA PORTE CITY
LACONA
LADORA
LAKE CITY
LAKE MILLS
LAKE PARK
LAKE VIEW
LAKESIDE
LAKOTA
LAMBS GROVE
LAMONI
LAMONT
LANESBORO
LANSING
LARCHWOOD
LARRABEE
LATIMER
LAUREL
LAURENS
LAWLER
LAWTON
LE CLAIRE
LE GRAND
LE MARS
LEDYARD
LEHIGH
LEIGHTON
LELAND
LENOX
LEON
LE ROY
LESTER
LETTS
LEWIS
LIBERTYVILLE
LIDDERDALE
LIME SPRINGS
LINCOLN
LINDEN
LINEVILLE
LINN GROVE
LISBON
LISCOMB

266
10,780
84
1,006
1,009
246
622
322
1,411
73
64
167
279
507
60
7,313
260
2,285
361
283
1,727
2,100
1,105
1,142
698
255
172
2,324
461
121
999
866
132
507
239
1,258
439
908
3,765
938
9,826
130
416
162
289
1,407
1,977
15
294
384
433
315
180
505
162
199
217
154
2,152
301

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$26,285
$1,298,990
$10,122
$121,223
$121,585
$20,436
$74,951
$35,141
$170,026
$6,613
$3,938
$12,857
$27,443
$61,094
$3,663
$881,217
$10,099
$275,343
$33,387
$27,421
$208,104
$253,050
$133,153
$137,611
$84,109
$23,769
$18,394
$280,042
$51,828
$10,255
$120,380
$104,353
$14,954
$61,094
$23,063
$151,589
$44,786
$109,414
$453,683
$113,029
$1,184,033
$12,071
$37,628
$12,322
$27,674
$169,544
$238,229
$675
$27,257
$31,376
$46,579
$20,301
$11,692
$40,358
$15,071
$12,223
$21,134
$15,409
$259,316
$22,237

$3,818
$188,650
$1,470
$17,605
$17,658
$2,967
$10,885
$5,104
$24,693
$961
$572
$1,867
$3,986
$8,873
$532
$127,978
$1,467
$39,988
$4,849
$3,983
$30,223
$36,750
$19,338
$19,985
$12,215
$3,452
$2,671
$40,670
$7,527
$1,490
$17,483
$15,155
$2,172
$8,873
$3,350
$22,015
$6,505
$15,890
$65,888
$16,415
$171,955
$1,753
$5,464
$1,790
$4,019
$24,623
$34,598
$99
$3,959
$4,556
$6,765
$2,949
$1,698
$5,861
$2,189
$1,776
$3,069
$2,238
$37,660
$3,230

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
LYON
HARRISON
HUMBOLDT
JEFFERSON
HARRISON
CALHOUN
KOSSUTH
JOHNSON
SCOTT
UNION
CLINTON
MONROE
CLINTON
CEDAR
CLAYTON
LUCAS
BOONE
KOSSUTH
DUBUQUE
BENTON
JASPER
SAC
POTTAWATTAMIE
MADISON
BOONE
HARRISON
POWESHIEK
PALO ALTO
RINGGOLD
MILLS
DELAWARE
CRAWFORD
WORTH
CARROLL
CALHOUN
MONONA
JACKSON
BUENA VISTA
FLOYD
CHEROKEE
IOWA
LINN
CASS
CLAYTON
MARSHALL
JONES
WARREN
KEOKUK
MARION
CERRO GORDO
DELAWARE
CASS
SIOUX
SIOUX
STORY
FAYETTE
SCOTT
STORY
SCOTT
POTTAWATTAMIE

City

Population

LITTLE ROCK
LITTLE SIOUX
LIVERMORE
LOCKRIDGE
LOGAN
LOHRVILLE
LONE ROCK
LONE TREE
LONG GROVE
LORIMOR
LOST NATION
LOVILIA
LOW MOOR
LOWDEN
LUANA
LUCAS
LUTHER
LU VERNE
LUXEMBURG
LUZERNE
LYNNVILLE
LYTTON
MACEDONIA
MACKSBURG
MADRID
MAGNOLIA
MALCOM
MALLARD
MALOY
MALVERN
MANCHESTER
MANILLA
MANLY
MANNING
MANSON
MAPLETON
MAQUOKETA
MARATHON
MARBLE ROCK
MARCUS
MARENGO
MARION
MARNE
MARQUETTE
MARSHALLTOWN
MARTELLE
MARTENSDALE
MARTINSBURG
MARYSVILLE
MASON CITY
MASONVILLE
MASSENA
MATLOCK
MAURICE
MAXWELL
MAYNARD
MAYSVILLE
MC CALLSBURG
MC CAUSLAND
MC CLELLAND

459
170
384
268
1,534
368
146
1,300
808
360
446
538
288
789
269
216
122
261
240
96
379
315
246
113
2,543
183
287
274
29
1,142
5,179
776
1,323
1,500
1,690
1,224
6,141
237
307
1,117
2,528
34,768
120
462
27,552
255
465
112
66
28,079
127
355
87
275
920
518
176
333
291
151

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$35,012
$15,641
$36,079
$18,326
$184,847
$39,239
$15,068
$156,650
$97,364
$37,839
$44,174
$64,829
$24,675
$95,075
$14,423
$23,623
$9,556
$23,548
$28,920
$7,262
$32,478
$28,317
$22,906
$8,948
$306,432
$18,848
$29,446
$30,247
$2,259
$137,611
$624,070
$93,508
$159,422
$180,750
$203,645
$147,492
$739,991
$20,399
$25,453
$134,599
$304,624
$4,189,544
$10,411
$48,537
$3,320,016
$23,730
$56,033
$9,935
$4,916
$3,383,520
$13,658
$32,866
$6,662
$25,575
$110,860
$62,419
$16,314
$28,180
$19,056
$14,361

$5,085
$2,272
$5,240
$2,662
$26,845
$5,699
$2,189
$22,750
$14,140
$5,495
$6,415
$9,415
$3,584
$13,808
$2,095
$3,431
$1,388
$3,420
$4,200
$1,055
$4,717
$4,114
$3,327
$1,300
$44,503
$2,737
$4,277
$4,393
$329
$19,985
$90,633
$13,580
$23,153
$26,250
$29,575
$21,420
$107,468
$2,963
$3,697
$19,548
$44,240
$608,440
$1,512
$7,049
$482,160
$3,447
$8,138
$1,443
$714
$491,383
$1,984
$4,773
$968
$3,715
$16,100
$9,065
$2,369
$4,093
$2,768
$2,086

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
CLAYTON
MITCHELL
CEDAR
DES MOINES
MARSHALL
MARION
MONROE
OSCEOLA
GUTHRIE
CHEROKEE
PLYMOUTH
CERRO GORDO
DES MOINES
JACKSON
DICKINSON
IOWA
WAYNE
WARREN
VAN BUREN
DALLAS
POTTAWATTAMIE
JASPER
HARRISON
MITCHELL
POLK
HARRISON
HARRISON
JACKSON
CLAYTON
JASPER
POWESHIEK
JONES
TAMA
LEE
MONONA
WEBSTER
APPANOOSE
JONES
LOUISA
GRUNDY
APPANOOSE
BENTON
RINGGOLD
HENRY
HENRY
LINN
WOODBURY
CLARKE
MUSCATINE
APPANOOSE
CHICKASAW
SAC
POTTAWATTAMIE
STORY
ALLAMAKEE
CHICKASAW
BUTLER
SCOTT
HENRY
TAYLOR

City

Population

MC GREGOR
MC INTIRE
MECHANICSVILLE
MEDIAPOLIS
MELBOURNE
MELCHER-DALLAS
MELROSE
MELVIN
MENLO
MERIDEN
MERRILL
MESERVEY
MIDDLETOWN
MILES
MILFORD
MILLERSBURG
MILLERTON
MILO
MILTON
MINBURN
MINDEN
MINGO
MISSOURI VALLEY
MITCHELL
MITCHELLVILLE
MODALE
MONDAMIN
MONMOUTH
MONONA
MONROE
MONTEZUMA
MONTICELLO
MONTOUR
MONTROSE
MOORHEAD
MOORLAND
MORAVIA
MORLEY
MORNING SUN
MORRISON
MOULTON
MOUNT AUBURN
MOUNT AYR
MOUNT PLEASANT
MOUNT UNION
MOUNT VERNON
MOVILLE
MURRAY
MUSCATINE
MYSTIC
NASHUA
NEMAHA
NEOLA
NEVADA
NEW ALBIN
NEW HAMPTON
NEW HARTFORD
NEW LIBERTY
NEW LONDON
NEW MARKET

871
122
1,146
1,560
830
1,288
112
214
353
159
755
256
318
445
2,898
159
45
775
443
365
599
302
2,838
138
2,254
283
402
153
1,549
1,830
1,462
3,796
249
898
226
169
665
115
836
94
605
150
1,691
8,668
107
4,506
1,618
756
23,810
425
1,663
85
842
6,798
522
3,571
516
137
1,897
415

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$104,956
$9,866
$138,093
$187,980
$100,015
$155,204
$9,147
$18,217
$37,731
$19,160
$90,978
$24,287
$30,835
$34,464
$349,209
$14,441
$4,104
$93,388
$42,366
$32,726
$72,180
$28,586
$341,979
$12,426
$271,607
$17,586
$48,441
$14,069
$186,655
$220,515
$176,171
$457,418
$21,747
$108,209
$24,892
$13,100
$80,133
$8,819
$100,738
$10,949
$72,903
$11,238
$203,766
$1,044,494
$9,004
$542,973
$194,969
$91,098
$2,869,105
$38,301
$200,392
$8,221
$101,461
$819,159
$62,901
$430,306
$62,178
$15,286
$228,589
$43,193

$15,243
$1,433
$20,055
$27,300
$14,525
$22,540
$1,328
$2,645
$5,480
$2,783
$13,213
$3,527
$4,478
$5,006
$50,715
$2,098
$596
$13,563
$6,153
$4,753
$10,483
$4,152
$49,665
$1,805
$39,445
$2,554
$7,035
$2,044
$27,108
$32,025
$25,585
$66,430
$3,158
$15,715
$3,615
$1,903
$11,638
$1,281
$14,630
$1,590
$10,588
$1,632
$29,593
$151,690
$1,308
$78,855
$28,315
$13,230
$416,675
$5,563
$29,103
$1,194
$14,735
$118,965
$9,135
$62,493
$9,030
$2,220
$33,198
$6,273

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
HARDIN
MAHASKA
DUBUQUE
WARREN
BUENA VISTA
BENTON
JASPER
MUSCATINE
ADAMS
FLOYD
CLAYTON
IOWA
JOHNSON
CHICKASAW
PAGE
WORTH
WARREN
BENTON
APPANOOSE
POTTAWATTAMIE
JASPER
LOUISA
OSCEOLA
SAC
FAYETTE
BOONE
DICKINSON
HENRY
JONES
KEOKUK
MONONA
JONES
SIOUX
MITCHELL
ADAIR
DICKINSON
MITCHELL
CLARKE
MAHASKA
WINNESHIEK
CLAYTON
WEBSTER
WOODBURY
HUMBOLDT
WAPELLO
HARDIN
JOHNSON
JONES
PLYMOUTH
MILLS
JEFFERSON
POCAHONTAS
LINN
SHELBY
GUTHRIE
SCOTT
BUTLER
IOWA
GREENE
MADISON

City

Population

NEW PROVIDENCE
NEW SHARON
NEW VIENNA
NEW VIRGINIA
NEWELL
NEWHALL
NEWTON
NICHOLS
NODAWAY
NORA SPRINGS
NORTH BUENA VISTA
NORTH ENGLISH
NORTH LIBERTY
NORTH WASHINGTON
NORTHBORO
NORTHWOOD
NORWALK
NORWAY
NUMA
OAKLAND
OAKLAND ACRES
OAKVILLE
OCHEYEDAN
ODEBOLT
OELWEIN
OGDEN
OKOBOJI
OLDS
OLIN
OLLIE
ONAWA
ONSLOW
ORANGE CITY
ORCHARD
ORIENT
ORLEANS
OSAGE
OSCEOLA
OSKALOOSA
OSSIAN
OSTERDOCK
OTHO
OTO
OTTOSEN
OTTUMWA
OWASA
OXFORD
OXFORD JUNCTION
OYENS
PACIFIC JUNCTION
PACKWOOD
PALMER
PALO
PANAMA
PANORA
PANORAMA PARK
PARKERSBURG
PARNELL
PATON
PATTERSON

228
1,293
407
489
876
875
15,254
374
114
1,431
121
1,041
13,374
117
58
1,989
8,945
545
92
1,527
156
173
490
1,013
6,415
2,044
807
229
698
215
2,998
197
6,004
71
408
608
3,619
4,929
11,525
845
59
542
108
55
25,023
43
807
496
103
471
204
165
1,026
221
1,124
129
1,870
193
236
130

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$13,292
$155,807
$41,138
$43,553
$105,558
$105,438
$1,838,107
$45,067
$10,122
$172,436
$8,731
$125,441
$1,611,567
$6,663
$5,256
$239,675
$1,077,873
$65,673
$7,739
$184,004
$18,798
$15,784
$51,375
$122,067
$773,008
$246,302
$97,244
$27,595
$84,109
$15,902
$361,259
$19,510
$723,482
$5,285
$40,842
$73,264
$436,090
$593,945
$1,388,763
$101,823
$2,212
$65,311
$12,057
$3,948
$3,015,272
$2,460
$97,244
$54,975
$9,752
$45,112
$15,256
$11,315
$123,633
$26,631
$135,442
$15,545
$225,335
$19,464
$23,248
$12,274

$1,931
$22,628
$5,975
$6,325
$15,330
$15,313
$266,945
$6,545
$1,470
$25,043
$1,268
$18,218
$234,045
$968
$764
$34,808
$156,538
$9,538
$1,124
$26,723
$2,730
$2,292
$7,461
$17,728
$112,263
$35,770
$14,123
$4,008
$12,215
$2,310
$52,465
$2,834
$105,070
$768
$5,931
$10,640
$63,333
$86,258
$201,688
$14,788
$321
$9,485
$1,751
$574
$437,903
$358
$14,123
$7,984
$1,416
$6,552
$2,216
$1,644
$17,955
$3,868
$19,670
$2,258
$32,725
$2,827
$3,376
$1,783

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
O'BRIEN
MARION
DUBUQUE
DALLAS
HARRISON
CLAY
WOODBURY
BOONE
HUMBOLDT
HARRISON
BREMER
APPANOOSE
POLK
JEFFERSON
DECATUR
MARION
POCAHONTAS
CERRO GORDO
POCAHONTAS
POLK
CALHOUN
FRANKLIN
SHELBY
ALLAMAKEE
JASPER
LINN
ADAMS
JACKSON
O'BRIEN
SCOTT
WAYNE
HOWARD
DAVIS
BUCHANAN
CHEROKEE
HARDIN
WINNEBAGO
CARROLL
FAYETTE
HAMILTON
FREMONT
APPANOOSE
BLACK HAWK
BREMER
JASPER
MONTGOMERY
RINGGOLD
DALLAS
GRUNDY
BUENA VISTA
PLYMOUTH
HUMBOLDT
MARSHALL
HOWARD
KEOKUK
DUBUQUE
CRAWFORD
WINNESHIEK
CALHOUN
EMMET

City

Population

PAULLINA
PELLA
PEOSTA
PERRY
PERSIA
PETERSON
PIERSON
PILOT MOUND
PIONEER
PISGAH
PLAINFIELD
PLANO
PLEASANT HILL
PLEASANT PLAIN
PLEASANTON
PLEASANTVILLE
PLOVER
PLYMOUTH
POCAHONTAS
POLK CITY
POMEROY
POPEJOY
PORTSMOUTH
POSTVILLE
PRAIRIE CITY
PRAIRIEBURG
PRESCOTT
PRESTON
PRIMGHAR
PRINCETON
PROMISE CITY
PROTIVIN
PULASKI
QUASQUETON
QUIMBY
RADCLIFFE
RAKE
RALSTON
RANDALIA
RANDALL
RANDOLPH
RATHBUN
RAYMOND
READLYN
REASNOR
RED OAK
REDDING
REDFIELD
REINBECK
REMBRANDT
REMSEN
RENWICK
RHODES
RICEVILLE
RICHLAND
RICKARDSVILLE
RICKETTS
RIDGEWAY
RINARD
RINGSTED

1,056
10,352
1,377
7,702
319
334
366
173
23
251
436
70
8,785
93
49
1,694
77
382
1,789
3,418
662
79
195
2,227
1,680
178
257
1,012
909
886
111
283
260
554
319
545
225
79
68
173
168
89
788
808
152
5,742
82
835
1,664
203
1,663
242
305
785
584
182
145
315
52
422

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$127,248
$1,247,416
$165,929
$928,091
$31,789
$34,929
$35,146
$13,303
$2,772
$22,229
$52,538
$6,207
$1,058,593
$6,407
$3,495
$204,127
$4,147
$30,796
$215,575
$411,869
$79,771
$6,081
$18,500
$268,354
$202,440
$13,773
$27,501
$121,946
$109,535
$106,763
$12,585
$24,039
$23,011
$66,757
$32,192
$65,673
$16,737
$2,349
$4,273
$9,235
$15,938
$7,398
$94,954
$97,364
$8,511
$691,911
$7,745
$100,618
$200,512
$19,550
$200,392
$23,538
$26,499
$94,593
$70,372
$19,662
$11,113
$21,896
$3,523
$43,587

$18,480
$181,160
$24,098
$134,785
$4,617
$5,072
$5,104
$1,933
$403
$3,229
$7,630
$901
$153,738
$931
$508
$29,645
$603
$4,472
$31,308
$59,815
$11,585
$884
$2,687
$38,973
$29,400
$2,001
$3,994
$17,710
$15,908
$15,505
$1,828
$3,491
$3,342
$9,695
$4,675
$9,538
$2,431
$341
$621
$1,341
$2,315
$1,075
$13,790
$14,140
$1,236
$100,485
$1,125
$14,613
$29,120
$2,839
$29,103
$3,419
$3,849
$13,738
$10,220
$2,855
$1,615
$3,181
$511
$6,330

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
GREENE
SCOTT
WASHINGTON
FREMONT
LINN
CERRO GORDO
LYON
SIOUX
FLOYD
CERRO GORDO
CALHOUN
PALO ALTO
MONONA
STORY
POCAHONTAS
HENRY
MAHASKA
CLAY
WRIGHT
BUCHANAN
CLAY
FLOYD
POLK
LUCAS
PALO ALTO
HUMBOLDT
DELAWARE
JACKSON
SAC
DUBUQUE
MITCHELL
MARSHALL
MADISON
JACKSON
FAYETTE
WARREN
CLAYTON
LEE
HENRY
WOODBURY
O'BRIEN
WARREN
WINNEBAGO
SAC
CRAWFORD
GREENE
POWESHIEK
WOODBURY
WAYNE
PAGE
UNION
TAYLOR
FRANKLIN
SHELBY
POLK
O'BRIEN
BUTLER
BENTON
PAGE
DUBUQUE

City

Population

RIPPEY
RIVERDALE
RIVERSIDE
RIVERTON
ROBINS
ROCK FALLS
ROCK RAPIDS
ROCK VALLEY
ROCKFORD
ROCKWELL
ROCKWELL CITY
RODMAN
RODNEY
ROLAND
ROLFE
ROME
ROSE HILL
ROSSIE
ROWAN
ROWLEY
ROYAL
RUDD
RUNNELLS
RUSSELL
RUTHVEN
RUTLAND
RYAN
SABULA
SAC CITY
SAGEVILLE
SAINT ANSGAR
SAINT ANTHONY
SAINT CHARLES
SAINT DONATUS
SAINT LUCAS
SAINT MARYS
SAINT OLAF
SAINT PAUL
SALEM
SALIX
SANBORN
SANDYVILLE
SCARVILLE
SCHALLER
SCHLESWIG
SCRANTON
SEARSBORO
SERGEANT BLUFF
SEYMOUR
SHAMBAUGH
SHANNON CITY
SHARPSBURG
SHEFFIELD
SHELBY
SHELDAHL
SHELDON
SHELL ROCK
SHELLSBURG
SHENANDOAH
SHERRILL

292
405
993
304
3,142
155
2,549
3,354
860
1,039
2,216
45
60
1,284
584
117
168
70
158
264
446
369
507
554
737
126
361
576
2,220
122
1,107
102
653
135
143
127
108
129
383
363
1,404
51
72
772
882
557
148
4,227
701
191
71
89
1,172
641
319
5,188
1,296
983
5,150
177

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$20,390
$48,803
$119,657
$33,348
$378,611
$9,125
$307,155
$404,157
$103,630
$125,200
$267,028
$3,004
$3,574
$154,722
$70,372
$9,599
$16,357
$5,706
$15,909
$22,779
$44,231
$31,539
$61,094
$66,757
$88,809
$7,874
$34,425
$69,408
$267,510
$5,145
$133,394
$6,126
$78,687
$11,285
$7,528
$10,635
$3,605
$3,760
$33,480
$33,638
$169,182
$4,936
$5,802
$93,026
$106,281
$67,119
$16,898
$509,354
$84,471
$22,716
$5,789
$6,888
$141,226
$77,241
$26,115
$625,154
$156,168
$118,452
$620,575
$0

$2,961
$7,088
$17,378
$4,843
$54,985
$1,325
$44,608
$58,695
$15,050
$18,183
$38,780
$437
$519
$22,470
$10,220
$1,394
$2,376
$829
$2,310
$3,308
$6,424
$4,581
$8,873
$9,695
$12,898
$1,143
$5,000
$10,080
$38,850
$747
$19,373
$890
$11,428
$1,639
$1,094
$1,545
$523
$547
$4,863
$4,885
$24,570
$717
$843
$13,510
$15,435
$9,748
$2,454
$73,973
$12,268
$3,300
$842
$1,001
$20,510
$11,218
$3,793
$90,790
$22,680
$17,203
$90,125
$0

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
JOHNSON
OSCEOLA
FREMONT
KEOKUK
MILLS
SIOUX
WOODBURY
BUENA VISTA
STORY
WOODBURY
WOODBURY
MONONA
JOHNSON
CALHOUN
KEOKUK
CLAY
WINNESHIEK
DICKINSON
JACKSON
JACKSON
WARREN
LINN
MITCHELL
HAMILTON
BUCHANAN
MONTGOMERY
CEDAR
MARSHALL
HARDIN
VAN BUREN
MUSCATINE
BUENA VISTA
STORY
GRUNDY
HAMILTON
CLAYTON
PLYMOUTH
GUTHRIE
JASPER
BREMER
DICKINSON
O'BRIEN
CERRO GORDO
MARION
KOSSUTH
JOHNSON
FREMONT
TAMA
CARROLL
SHELBY
DICKINSON
UNION
WINNEBAGO
HUMBOLDT
KEOKUK
CERRO GORDO
FREMONT
JOHNSON
RINGGOLD
CEDAR

City

Population

SHUEYVILLE
SIBLEY
SIDNEY
SIGOURNEY
SILVER CITY
SIOUX CENTER
SIOUX CITY
SIOUX RAPIDS
SLATER
SLOAN
SMITHLAND
SOLDIER
SOLON
SOMERS
SOUTH ENGLISH
SPENCER
SPILLVILLE
SPIRIT LAKE
SPRAGUEVILLE
SPRINGBROOK
SPRING HILL
SPRINGVILLE
STACYVILLE
STANHOPE
STANLEY
STANTON
STANWOOD
STATE CENTER
STEAMBOAT ROCK
STOCKPORT
STOCKTON
STORM LAKE
STORY CITY
STOUT
STRATFORD
STRAWBERRY POINT
STRUBLE
STUART
SULLY
SUMNER
SUPERIOR
SUTHERLAND
SWALEDALE
SWAN
SWEA CITY
SWISHER
TABOR
TAMA
TEMPLETON
TENNANT
TERRIL
THAYER
THOMPSON
THOR
THORNBURG
THORNTON
THURMAN
TIFFIN
TINGLEY
TIPTON

577
2,798
1,138
2,059
245
7,048
82,684
775
1,489
973
224
174
2,037
113
212
11,233
367
4,842
81
144
63
1,074
494
422
125
689
684
1,468
310
296
197
10,600
3,431
224
743
1,279
78
1,648
821
2,028
130
649
165
72
536
879
1,040
2,877
362
68
367
59
502
186
67
422
229
1,947
184
3,221

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$26,897
$337,159
$137,129
$248,110
$23,722
$849,284
$9,963,422
$93,388
$179,425
$117,247
$22,541
$20,967
$245,459
$9,007
$22,892
$1,353,577
$23,860
$583,461
$0
$3,749
$7,033
$129,417
$46,656
$50,851
$8,408
$83,025
$82,422
$176,894
$23,290
$20,993
$17,475
$1,277,300
$413,436
$18,419
$89,532
$154,120
$6,440
$198,584
$98,931
$244,374
$14,310
$78,205
$16,757
$7,722
$64,588
$105,920
$125,320
$346,679
$34,897
$5,236
$36,578
$5,234
$60,491
$8,414
$8,074
$35,856
$18,047
$234,614
$17,434
$388,131

$3,907
$48,965
$19,915
$36,033
$3,445
$123,340
$1,446,970
$13,563
$26,058
$17,028
$3,274
$3,045
$35,648
$1,308
$3,325
$196,578
$3,466
$84,735
$0
$544
$1,022
$18,795
$6,776
$7,385
$1,222
$12,058
$11,970
$25,690
$3,383
$3,049
$2,539
$185,500
$60,043
$2,675
$13,003
$22,383
$935
$28,840
$14,368
$35,490
$2,078
$11,358
$2,434
$1,122
$9,380
$15,383
$18,200
$50,348
$5,068
$761
$5,313
$760
$8,785
$1,222
$1,173
$5,208
$2,621
$34,073
$2,532
$56,368

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
KOSSUTH
TAMA
CLINTON
TAMA
POTTAWATTAMIE
BREMER
BUENA VISTA
MADISON
MONONA
APPANOOSE
POTTAWATTAMIE
HARDIN
APPANOOSE
JOHNSON
MAHASKA
BENTON
POLK
MONONA
CRAWFORD
JASPER
BENTON
DALLAS
DECATUR
POCAHONTAS
JEFFERSON
CERRO GORDO
IOWA
MONTGOMERY
WEBSTER
TAMA
BENTON
CLAYTON
FAYETTE
DICKINSON
SCOTT
BENTON
LINN
SAC
EMMET
POTTAWATTAMIE
LOUISA
WASHINGTON
CHEROKEE
BLACK HAWK
ALLAMAKEE
FAYETTE
DALLAS
ALLAMAKEE
BREMER
HENRY
CLAY
KEOKUK
HAMILTON
DECATUR
WASHINGTON
GRUNDY
CLINTON
KOSSUTH
PALO ALTO
CEDAR

City

Population

TITONKA
TOLEDO
TORONTO
TRAER
TREYNOR
TRIPOLI
TRUESDALE
TRURO
TURIN
UDELL
UNDERWOOD
UNION
UNIONVILLE
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS
UNIVERSITY PARK
URBANA
URBANDALE
UTE
VAIL
VALERIA
VAN HORNE
VAN METER
VAN WERT
VARINA
VEDIC CITY
VENTURA
VICTOR
VILLISCA
VINCENT
VINING
VINTON
VOLGA CITY
WADENA
WAHPETON
WALCOTT
WALFORD
WALKER
WALL LAKE
WALLINGFORD
WALNUT
WAPELLO
WASHINGTON
WASHTA
WATERLOO
WATERVILLE
WAUCOMA
WAUKEE
WAUKON
WAVERLY
WAYLAND
WEBB
WEBSTER
WEBSTER CITY
WELDON
WELLMAN
WELLSBURG
WELTON
WESLEY
WEST BEND
WEST BRANCH

476
2,341
124
1,703
919
1,313
81
485
68
47
917
397
102
1,051
487
1,458
39,463
374
436
57
682
1,016
230
71
1,294
717
893
1,252
174
50
5,257
208
262
341
1,629
1,463
791
819
197
785
2,067
7,266
248
68,406
144
257
13,790
3,897
9,874
966
141
88
8,070
125
1,408
707
165
390
785
2,322

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257
$50,492
$282,091
$11,041
$205,212
$110,740
$158,217
$6,484
$40,078
$6,019
$5,162
$110,499
$38,284
$4,000
$126,646
$46,426
$175,689
$4,755,292
$45,067
$39,925
$5,953
$82,181
$122,428
$23,188
$7,080
$155,927
$86,399
$107,607
$150,866
$16,623
$3,403
$633,469
$17,383
$18,868
$40,759
$196,295
$176,292
$95,316
$98,690
$14,227
$94,593
$249,074
$875,553
$20,813
$8,242,923
$11,838
$22,360
$1,661,695
$469,589
$1,189,817
$116,403
$11,668
$8,669
$972,435
$13,428
$169,664
$85,194
$17,941
$42,424
$94,593
$279,801

$7,333
$40,968
$1,603
$29,803
$16,083
$22,978
$942
$5,821
$874
$750
$16,048
$5,560
$581
$18,393
$6,742
$25,515
$690,603
$6,545
$5,798
$865
$11,935
$17,780
$3,368
$1,029
$22,645
$12,548
$15,628
$21,910
$2,414
$494
$91,998
$2,525
$2,740
$5,920
$28,508
$25,603
$13,843
$14,333
$2,067
$13,738
$36,173
$127,155
$3,022
$1,197,105
$1,720
$3,248
$241,325
$68,198
$172,795
$16,905
$1,695
$1,259
$141,225
$1,951
$24,640
$12,373
$2,606
$6,162
$13,738
$40,635

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FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Cities (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

County
DES MOINES
WASHINGTON
POLK
MUSCATINE
DICKINSON
LEE
FAYETTE
PLYMOUTH
FAYETTE
SHELBY
CRAWFORD
HENRY
KEOKUK
CLINTON
MONONA
KOSSUTH
HARDIN
CARROLL
HAMILTON
IOWA
LUCAS
MUSCATINE
POLK
HENRY
MADISON
BUCHANAN
CASS
HANCOCK
HARRISON
CLARKE
DALLAS
WRIGHT
DUBUQUE
JONES
GUTHRIE
CALHOUN
PAGE
STORY
DUBUQUE

City

Population

WEST BURLINGTON
WEST CHESTER
WEST DES MOINES
WEST LIBERTY
WEST OKOBOJI
WEST POINT
WEST UNION
WESTFIELD
WESTGATE
WESTPHALIA
WESTSIDE
WESTWOOD
WHAT CHEER
WHEATLAND
WHITING
WHITTEMORE
WHITTEN
WILLEY
WILLIAMS
WILLIAMSBURG
WILLIAMSON
WILTON
WINDSOR HEIGHTS
WINFIELD
WINTERSET
WINTHROP
WIOTA
WODEN
WOODBINE
WOODBURN
WOODWARD
WOOLSTOCK
WORTHINGTON
WYOMING
YALE
YETTER
YORKTOWN
ZEARING
ZWINGLE
Total

FY 2016
Amount of FY 2016
Forecast
(includes SF 257) Forecast Due to SF 257

3,012
146
56,722
3,736
289
966
2,486
132
211
127
299
112
646
764
762
504
149
88
344
3,068
152
2,802
4,860
1,134
5,190
850
116
229
1,459
202
1,466
168
401
515
246
34
85
554
91

$362,946
$13,718
$6,835,001
$450,188
$34,825
$116,403
$299,563
$15,906
$19,070
$12,920
$25,933
$13,496
$77,843
$92,062
$91,821
$60,732
$11,174
$5,356
$35,578
$369,694
$14,694
$337,641
$585,630
$136,647
$625,395
$102,425
$13,978
$21,463
$175,810
$19,635
$176,653
$17,651
$32,866
$62,058
$25,505
$2,852
$7,538
$66,757
$8,346

$52,710
$1,992
$992,635
$65,380
$5,058
$16,905
$43,505
$2,310
$2,770
$1,877
$3,767
$1,960
$11,305
$13,370
$13,335
$8,820
$1,623
$778
$5,167
$53,690
$2,134
$49,035
$85,050
$19,845
$90,825
$14,875
$2,030
$3,118
$25,533
$2,851
$25,655
$2,563
$4,774
$9,013
$3,704
$415
$1,095
$9,695
$1,212

2,411,350

$287,458,499

$41,747,284

Notes
- Population figures are approved by the Secretary of State Office and sent to Iowa DOT staff from the Iowa
Treasurer of State Office on December 3, 2014.
- FY 2016 Street Construction Fund (SCF) per capita rate is estimated at $120.50.
- Estimate reflects the transfers of city RUTF to the county for any FM extension located within a city with population less than 500
- For those cities in more then one county, the city is listed in one county only
- For this listing, the Amana Colonies is listed in Iowa County
- Maharashi Vedic City is referenced as Vedic City in the listing above

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County Number
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46

County Name
Adair
Adams
Allamakee
Appanoose
Audubon
Benton
Black Hawk
Boone
Bremer
Buchanan
Buena Vista
Butler
Calhoun
Carroll
Cass
Cedar
Cerro Gordo
Cherokee
Chickasaw
Clarke
Clay
Clayton
Clinton
Crawford
Dallas
Davis
Decatur
Delaware
Des Moines
Dickinson
Dubuque
Emmet
Fayette
Floyd
Franklin
Fremont
Greene
Grundy
Guthrie
Hamilton
Hancock
Hardin
Harrison
Henry
Howard
Humboldt

Secondary
Road Fund
$3,316,737
$2,442,068
$3,666,141
$2,960,650
$2,643,615
$4,989,373
$4,328,524
$3,826,060
$3,228,021
$4,183,037
$3,531,051
$3,859,758
$3,477,193
$3,700,724
$3,211,513
$3,831,377
$3,827,807
$3,528,559
$3,395,604
$2,252,857
$3,585,874
$4,430,353
$4,493,330
$4,039,222
$4,024,155
$2,990,884
$2,950,618
$4,058,570
$2,941,315
$2,611,041
$5,048,246
$2,252,304
$4,529,055
$3,393,391
$3,548,290
$2,955,143
$3,303,446
$3,387,598
$3,650,088
$3,359,498
$3,542,621
$3,808,526
$3,919,660
$3,063,939
$2,869,529
$2,541,629

FY 2016 Forecast (includes SF 257 increase)


Farm-to-Market
City < 500 pop
Road Fund
Transfer
$817,595
$16,242
$632,955
$8,889
$1,061,739
$11,943
$861,310
$50,764
$722,755
$12,962
$1,369,854
$16,639
$1,307,656
$0
$1,105,979
$25,480
$863,968
$6,204
$1,221,256
$37,214
$1,000,153
$19,497
$1,090,349
$11,582
$940,683
$27,545
$76,154
$1,047,629
$812,253
$26,068
$1,122,487
$6,437
$1,095,449
$53,449
$978,801
$17,208
$881,940
$49,433
$642,063
$4,706
$1,007,822
$40,153
$1,320,733
$72,439
$1,278,926
$66,934
$1,084,375
$48,056
$1,195,783
$34,571
$859,278
$21,404
$911,880
$26,485
$1,146,198
$42,335
$907,775
$7,484
$724,460
$9,333
$1,537,567
$102,698
$611,390
$19,973
$1,246,015
$68,726
$925,835
$37,178
$1,019,471
$37,560
$912,555
$30,279
$937,358
$36,155
$940,740
$20,269
$1,000,982
$22,415
$974,712
$31,407
$951,598
$35,228
$1,114,719
$53,603
$1,144,751
$39,232
$933,787
$27,826
$777,099
$36,125
$686,880
$59,697
County Total
$4,150,574
$3,083,912
$4,739,823
$3,872,724
$3,379,332
$6,375,866
$5,636,180
$4,957,519
$4,098,193
$5,441,507
$4,550,701
$4,961,689
$4,445,421
$4,824,507
$4,049,834
$4,960,301
$4,976,705
$4,524,568
$4,326,977
$2,899,626
$4,633,849
$5,823,525
$5,839,190
$5,171,653
$5,254,509
$3,871,566
$3,888,983
$5,247,103
$3,856,574
$3,344,834
$6,688,511
$2,883,667
$5,843,796
$4,356,404
$4,605,321
$3,897,977
$4,276,959
$4,348,607
$4,673,485
$4,365,617
$4,529,447
$4,976,848
$5,103,643
$4,025,552
$3,682,753
$3,288,206

FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Counties (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257
Amount of FY 2016 Forecast Due to SF 257
Secondary
Farm-to-Market
City < 500 pop
Road Fund
Road Fund
Transfer
County Total
$485,672
$132,583
$2,359
$620,614
$357,593
$102,642
$1,291
$461,526
$536,836
$172,174
$1,734
$710,744
$433,530
$139,672
$7,372
$580,574
$387,107
$117,204
$1,882
$506,193
$730,598
$222,138
$2,416
$955,152
$633,829
$212,052
$0
$845,881
$560,252
$179,348
$3,700
$743,300
$472,681
$140,103
$901
$613,685
$612,525
$198,042
$5,405
$815,972
$517,054
$162,187
$2,832
$682,073
$565,187
$176,813
$1,682
$743,682
$509,168
$152,543
$4,000
$665,711
$541,900
$169,886
$11,060
$722,846
$470,265
$131,717
$3,787
$605,769
$561,032
$182,025
$935
$743,992
$560,508
$177,640
$7,763
$745,911
$516,689
$158,725
$2,500
$677,914
$497,221
$143,017
$7,180
$647,418
$329,888
$104,119
$684
$434,691
$525,082
$163,431
$5,830
$694,343
$648,740
$214,173
$10,521
$873,434
$657,961
$207,393
$9,722
$875,076
$591,467
$175,845
$6,978
$774,290
$589,260
$193,911
$5,020
$788,191
$437,958
$139,342
$3,108
$580,408
$3,845
$583,779
$432,061
$147,873
$594,299
$185,870
$6,148
$786,317
$430,699
$147,207
$1,087
$578,993
$382,337
$117,480
$1,355
$501,172
$739,218
$249,335
$14,915
$1,003,468
$329,807
$99,145
$2,900
$431,852
$663,193
$202,056
$9,980
$875,229
$496,897
$150,136
$5,399
$652,432
$519,579
$165,320
$5,454
$690,353
$432,724
$147,982
$4,397
$585,103
$483,726
$152,004
$5,251
$640,981
$496,049
$152,553
$2,943
$651,545
$534,485
$162,321
$3,256
$700,062
$491,934
$158,061
$4,561
$654,556
$518,749
$154,313
$5,115
$678,177
$557,685
$180,765
$7,784
$746,234
$573,959
$185,635
$5,698
$765,292
$448,654
$151,425
$4,041
$604,120
$420,187
$126,016
$5,247
$551,450
$372,173
$111,386
$8,670
$492,229

Appendix D

28

29

47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92

County Number

County Name

Ida
Iowa
Jackson
Jasper
Jefferson
Johnson
Jones
Keokuk
Kossuth
Lee
Linn
Louisa
Lucas
Lyon
Madison
Mahaska
Marion
Marshall
Mills
Mitchell
Monona
Monroe
Montgomery
Muscatine
O'Brien
Osceola
Page
Palo Alto
Plymouth
Pocahontas
Polk
Pottawattamie
Poweshiek
Ringgold
Sac
Scott
Shelby
Sioux
Story
Tama
Taylor
Union
Van Buren
Wapello
Warren
Washington

$2,435,209
$3,709,036
$3,838,361
$5,208,096
$2,778,120
$5,690,400
$3,620,732
$3,123,699
$6,062,850
$3,737,046
$6,841,757
$2,558,484
$2,372,224
$4,002,782
$3,667,980
$3,708,692
$4,144,236
$4,000,366
$3,073,385
$3,051,039
$3,694,470
$2,283,384
$2,645,821
$3,283,781
$3,561,194
$2,615,945
$3,329,874
$3,157,891
$5,885,102
$3,403,772
$6,328,388
$6,922,244
$3,408,363
$2,923,887
$3,607,410
$3,849,591
$3,462,075
$5,693,168
$4,134,115
$4,421,579
$2,985,651
$2,482,827
$2,819,577
$3,105,994
$4,371,881
$3,627,664

Secondary
Road Fund
$659,286
$1,114,937
$1,191,388
$1,484,821
$856,560
$1,741,515
$1,065,313
$924,500
$1,667,125
$1,135,721
$1,976,368
$745,131
$640,445
$1,127,592
$1,043,446
$1,003,724
$1,250,116
$1,167,689
$945,718
$853,246
$1,083,710
$706,477
$744,791
$1,006,524
$983,626
$724,585
$992,735
$882,507
$1,541,575
$888,172
$1,993,559
$2,103,846
$950,852
$818,566
$1,002,128
$1,165,056
$959,933
$1,565,938
$1,236,383
$1,230,248
$854,539
$696,984
$844,970
$956,008
$1,341,579
$1,158,538

$16,689
$15,193
$83,167
$34,050
$55,547
$42,632
$21,059
$49,558
$30,880
$16,274
$7,676
$36,839
$8,348
$32,864
$37,812
$49,607
$21,994
$49,093
$30,828
$30,135
$18,090
$4,349
$8,193
$12,416
$5,848
$32,505
$21,919
$15,354
$8,570
$18,053
$70,533
$14,694
$15,611
$35,265
$9,532
$49,547
$40,618
$12,383
$33,451
$41,948
$25,725
$16,607
$59,499
$23,735
$50,330
$16,831

FY 2016 Forecast (includes SF 257 increase)


Farm-to-Market
City < 500 pop
Road Fund
Transfer
$3,111,184
$4,839,166
$5,112,916
$6,726,967
$3,690,227
$7,474,547
$4,707,104
$4,097,757
$7,760,855
$4,889,041
$8,825,801
$3,340,454
$3,021,017
$5,163,238
$4,749,238
$4,762,023
$5,416,346
$5,217,148
$4,049,931
$3,934,420
$4,796,270
$2,994,210
$3,398,805
$4,302,721
$4,550,668
$3,373,035
$4,344,528
$4,055,752
$7,435,247
$4,309,997
$8,392,480
$9,040,784
$4,374,826
$3,777,718
$4,619,070
$5,064,194
$4,462,626
$7,271,489
$5,403,949
$5,693,775
$3,865,915
$3,196,418
$3,724,046
$4,085,737
$5,763,790
$4,803,033

County Total

FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Counties (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

$356,590
$543,117
$562,054
$762,626
$406,802
$833,249
$530,186
$457,406
$887,788
$547,218
$1,001,844
$374,641
$347,367
$586,130
$537,105
$543,067
$606,843
$585,777
$450,038
$446,766
$540,984
$334,358
$387,429
$480,847
$521,469
$383,055
$487,596
$462,413
$861,760
$498,417
$926,671
$1,013,629
$499,088
$428,147
$528,235
$563,699
$506,954
$833,654
$605,361
$647,455
$437,191
$363,561
$412,873
$454,813
$640,177
$531,201

$106,911
$180,801
$193,198
$240,782
$138,902
$282,408
$172,754
$149,919
$270,345
$184,171
$320,492
$120,832
$103,856
$182,853
$169,207
$162,766
$202,721
$189,355
$153,360
$138,364
$175,737
$114,563
$120,777
$163,220
$159,507
$117,500
$160,984
$143,109
$249,985
$144,028
$323,279
$341,164
$154,192
$132,740
$162,507
$188,928
$155,665
$253,936
$200,495
$199,500
$138,573
$113,025
$137,023
$155,028
$217,554
$187,870

$2,423
$2,206
$12,078
$4,945
$8,066
$6,191
$3,058
$7,198
$4,484
$2,362
$1,114
$5,351
$1,212
$4,773
$5,491
$7,205
$3,194
$7,129
$4,477
$4,375
$2,628
$632
$1,189
$1,802
$850
$4,721
$3,181
$2,229
$1,246
$2,621
$10,243
$2,134
$2,268
$5,119
$1,384
$7,196
$5,898
$1,798
$4,859
$6,093
$3,736
$2,413
$8,642
$3,448
$7,310
$2,444

$465,924
$726,124
$767,330
$1,008,353
$553,770
$1,121,848
$705,998
$614,523
$1,162,617
$733,751
$1,323,450
$500,824
$452,435
$773,756
$711,803
$713,038
$812,758
$782,261
$607,875
$589,505
$719,349
$449,553
$509,395
$645,869
$681,826
$505,276
$651,761
$607,751
$1,112,991
$645,066
$1,260,193
$1,356,927
$655,548
$566,006
$692,126
$759,823
$668,517
$1,089,388
$810,715
$853,048
$579,500
$478,999
$558,538
$613,289
$865,041
$721,515

Amount of FY 2016 Forecast Due to SF 257


Secondary
Farm-to-Market
City < 500 pop
Road Fund
Road Fund
Transfer
County Total

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County Name

Total

Wayne
Webster
Winnebago
Winneshiek
Woodbury
Worth
Wright
$363,380,000

$2,707,820
$4,956,818
$2,378,369
$4,684,064
$5,647,880
$2,488,780
$3,387,133
$103,970,000

$759,391
$1,440,710
$628,333
$1,309,822
$1,545,898
$702,964
$824,849
$3,109,402

$17,091
$63,839
$20,401
$51,311
$56,695
$55,534
$6,699

FY 2016 Forecast (includes SF 257 increase)


Farm-to-Market
City < 500 pop
Road Fund
Transfer

Notes
- Funding distribution based on the SFY2015 FM and Secondary Road funding
factors as determined by the ICEASB.
- Secondary Road Funds (SRF) includes TJ fund apportionment and TIME-21 funds.
- The City < 500 Pop Transfer are Street Construction Funds transferred from cities with
population less then 500 with a Farm-to-Market extension. These transfers include TIME-21 funds.

93
94
95
96
97
98
99

County Number

Secondary
Road Fund

$470,459,402

$3,484,302
$6,461,367
$3,027,103
$6,045,197
$7,250,473
$3,247,278
$4,218,681

County Total

FY 2016 State Road Funding Forecast for Counties (RUTF and TIME-21)
Includes Impact of SF 257

$53,210,000

$396,508
$725,830
$348,266
$685,891
$827,023
$364,434
$495,979

$16,860,000

$123,144
$233,629
$101,891
$212,404
$250,685
$113,994
$133,759

$451,567

$2,484
$9,273
$2,963
$7,451
$8,234
$8,064
$974

$70,521,567

$522,136
$968,732
$453,120
$905,746
$1,085,942
$486,492
$630,712

Amount of FY 2016 Forecast Due to SF 257


Secondary
Farm-to-Market
City < 500 pop
Road Fund
Road Fund
Transfer
County Total

Ackley
Afton
Algona
Allerton
Allerton
Allerton
Andrew
Andrew
Andrew
Anita
Ankeny
Ankeny
Asbury
Asbury
Asbury
Aurelia
Aurelia
Bagley
Barnes City
Baxter
Belmond
Bennett
Bettendorf
Bettendorf
Bettendorf
Blanchard
Blencoe
Blue Grass
Blue Grass
Bristow
Brooklyn
Burlington
Burlington
Burlington
Camanche
Camanche
Camanche
Carroll
Carson
Carson
Carson
Cascade
Cedar Falls
Central City
Clemons
Clive
Colfax
Conesville
Coralville
Corydon
Corydon

City

Butler Street
Douglas Street
Main Street
OAK STREET
PINE STREET
WALNUT STREET
Improvements on Franklin St
Resurface Benton St
Gravel Streets
pave gravel street that connects Hwy 83 and Hwy 148
NE 36th Street Bridge Widening (CY 2016)
SE 3rd Street PCC Reconstruction (CY 2016 and CY 2017)
Asbury Road Phase II
Asbury Road Phase III
Hales Mill Road Intersection Realignment
M21/Valor Road
M21/South Main
Improve Main Streett
Rock for city alleys
S. Main St.
6th Avenue NW
Annual street maintenance
Spruce Hills Drive Full Depth Patching Project- Phase 1
Spruce Hills Drive Resurfacing Project
Spruce Hills Drive Full Depth Patching Project- Phase 2
Main Street
Paving Main Street
East Telegraph Road Improvements
Rehabilitation of North Mississippi Street
Walnut Street
N/A in reserve for critical infrastructure
South Main Drive/South Main Street
Misc Street Repair Budget
Signalization Improvements
Anamosa Road
21st Street
21st Street
Street Resurfacing - 2015, 10th Street
300 & 500 Blocks Washington Street
100 Block Broadway
200 Block Elm Street
Hwy 136
University Avenue
Main Street Bridge Sidewalk Project
Main St.
Various Street full-depth patching throughout Clive
League Road Project
Build 1/2 mile road beside drainage ditch starting at Tipton St
5th Street Improvements 2015
Reservoir Road
Corydon Lake Park Rd

Road/Street Name
From 10th to 3rd
From Grand to Washington
McGregor Street to Lucas Street
From intersection of S Boundary to Chicago Street
From intersection of S Boundary to Pine Street
From intersection of Central Ave. to Green Street
4 Blocks (N City Limits to Emmet St
Franklin St to HWY 62
Marion St & Monroe St
Hwy 83 to Hwy 48
NE 36th Street Bridge Widening, Over Fourmile Creek
SE 3rd Street, from SE Trilein Drive to SE Delaware Avenue
Heacock to Briarwood
Seippel to Clover
Hales Mill Road and Asbury Road Intersection
550th St/9th St. to 560th /Woodchip Road
Between Highway 7 and 560th /Woodchip Road
two blocks of Main Street
North side of City Hall, From Spruce to Vine Street
From Buchanan St. to Station St.
West Main Street to 3rd Street NW
Main St. First to 5th
18th Street to Middle Road
18th Street to Middle Road
Woodland Lane to 18th Street
from 1St St to 2nd St (also Hwy M48
From Hwy. K45 to railroad tracks
East Telegraph Road
Mayne to Lauretta street
Walnut St and part of 2nd street
N/A in reserve for critical infrastructure
Crapo Park
Community wide
Highway 61 corridor
From 21st Street to Highway 30
From Anamosa Road to 54th Street
From US 67 to 7th Avenue
From Salinger Avenue to East Street
From S Mildred to S Oak St of Washington
From S Commercial to S Central of Broadway
From S Commercial to S Central of Elm
Intersection of 151 & 136 North
From Highway 58 to Midway Drive
Main Street Bridge
repair and resurface 200 block of Main St.
numerous
Legue Road from State St to Clark St
From drainage ditch behind Tipton St to 255th St
5th Street from 4th Avenue to 10th Avenue
East of Park Entry
Inside Corydon Lake Park

Location

FY 2016 City Projects Due to Senate File 257

2.0
0.5
0.3

0.3

0.7
0.9
0.5
0.8
0.2
0.1
0.0
3.0
2.2

0.5

0.5
0.5

0.1
0.5
0.5
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.0
0.1
0.3

1.0

0.5
0.5
1.0

0.3

Length
(miles)
0.5
0.1
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.3

Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Traffic Control
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Other
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Safety Improvement
New Paving
New Paving
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement

Type of Work
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Other
Other
Other
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Other
New Paving
Bridge Rehabilitation
New Paving
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
New Paving
Safety Improvement
New Paving
Resurfacing

$200,000
$70,000
$10,000
$1,284,000
$15,200
$12,538

$320,000
$50,000
$80,000
$332,850
$426,500
$243,000
$1,130,000
$50,000
$50,000
$20,000
$1,400,000
$687,103
$100,000

$33,887
$1,445,564
$85,000

Estimated Cost
$608,700
$14,375
$1,807,591
$1,650
$1,650
$1,650
$75,000
$25,000
$10,000
$130,000
$2,050,000
$1,550,000
$2,500,000
$300,000
$284,435
$685,000
$225,000
$5,000
$1,800
$20,000
$100,000
$12,000
$194,000
$180,000
$203,000
$25,000

Appendix E

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32

City
Council Bluffs
Cresco
Cresco
Cresco
Delaware
Delaware
Des Moines
Des Moines
Des Moines
DeWitt
DeWitt
Diagonal
Doon
Dow City
Dubuque
Dubuque
Dubuque
Earlville
Early
Early
East Peru
East Peru
East Peru
Edgewood
Edgewood
Edgewood
Eldora
Elk Run Heights
Epworth
Estherville
Estherville
Fairfax
Farley
Fayette
Fayette
Floris
Fort Atkinson
Fort Dodge
Fort Dodge
Fort Dodge
Garnavillo
Garner
Garner
Garwin
Gilman
Goose Lake
Graettinger
Grand Junction
Grand Junction
Grand Junction
Guthrie Center

Misc Streets
Dubuque Road Bridge Project
Street repairs
South 17th Street Resurfacing
6th Ave Couth Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
9th Ave NW & Jamesmeier Road Curb & Drainage Improvements
Big Rock Road 2016
Main Street & E. Water Street 2017
East Walnut Street
No projects planned, need to build funds for furture projects.
S. 7th St.
2nd Ave. S.
N. 16th St.
Van Buren Street Reconstruction
Concrete Street Patches Project
Intersection Widening Project
2nd & Rider
Saving for a project in the future
JACKSON BLVD
Van Gordon Street
Railroad West
Kelley/20th
Hager/5th
n/a funds have been put into reserve for upcoming overlay project for FY16-17

Gifford Rd FY17 construction


5th Street, Yankee Avenue & 12th Avenue
Alleys
Future projects
Asphalt repairs in vaious locations
JUST PATCHING HOLES
E. Court Avenue - FY 16
42nd Street - FY 17
Pavement Preservation Projects FY-16 - FY 17
chip sealing
crack sealing
City streets-chip and oil. Maintenance: grading etc will be needed.
North Second Street
Seal coat N. Franklin and W. Pearl Street
Asbury Road Pavement Rehabilitation Project
Brunskill Road Bridge Reconstruction
Asphalt Milling Program
Southside Road, Fairview Drive
Walnut
4th Street
McClelland Way
Florence Ave
Ebenezer
Rabbit Run Court

Road/Street Name
45th Ave south to 4800 block
portions of each street
throughout city
throughout city-curb, gutter, paving, storm sewers
MIDDLE OF JEFFERSONS ST ON THE FAR SIDE OF TOWN
ON ALL STREETS
E. 15th Street to Redhead Road
University Avenue to Forest Avenue
City-wide
Various throughout the City
silver creek bridge to 6th Avenue
Most city streets
From existing North Second Street t2o First Avenue
Various throughout the City
Asbury Road, JFK to Matthew John
Brunskill Road Bridge over Catfish Creek
Multiple Street Locations
Southside Road, Fairview Drive
Walnut St. from 1st to 6th street
4th St. from Hwy 71 - Main St
From Peru Hwy to end of curve on McClelland
From Peru Hwy to end of Florence (potholes)
Start of rd to end going E-W
North of Rabbit Run Road
End of East Harrison St
102 S Washington Str
Throughout Community
located on Dubuque Road over Elk Run Creek
11 maintenance locations
South 17th street from Central Ave to 3rd Ave South
6th ave south from 9th Street to 12th Street
76th Avenue and Williams Blvd.
Various locations
Road to wastewater treatment lagoons & golf course
Main Street business district & Water St.
Morgan Branch Creek Bridge
None
From 2nd Ave. S. to CNRR Underpass
From S. 8th St. to S. 12th St.
From 6th Ave. N. to 10th Ave. N.
From Hwy 52 to Roosevelt Street
31 locations around town
Allen/18, Allen/Cottonwood, & Seymour & E. 2nd St.
north side on intersection
NA
ROAD FROM MAIN STREET TO NEW WATER PLANT
Road from Highway B-15 to city limits
Railroad St W from 144 to end
20th from Hager on to Kelley East
Hager from 5th to 7th
n/a

Location

FY 2016 City Projects Due to Senate File 257

Resurfacing
New Paving
New Paving
Resurfacing
Resurfacing

0.5
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.2

0.1

Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Safety Improvement
Culvert Replacement

0.3
0.2
0.3
0.3
0.2

Length
(miles)
Type of Work
0.5
Surface Reconstruction
2.0
Resurfacing
2.0
Resurfacing
New Paving
0.0
Resurfacing
2.0
Resurfacing
0.5
Surface Reconstruction
0.5
Surface Reconstruction
6.3
Resurfacing
0.8
Resurfacing
1.0
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
0.1
New Paving
0.5
Resurfacing
0.5
Resurfacing
0.1
Bridge Replacement
5.0
Resurfacing
0.5
Resurfacing
0.4
Other
0.3
Surface Reconstruction
0.2
Resurfacing
0.3
Resurfacing
0.1
Resurfacing
0.1
Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Other
Bridge Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
0.2
Resurfacing
0.2
Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
Other
1.0
Surface Reconstruction
0.3
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Replacement

Estimated Cost
$2,000,000
$35,000
$30,000
$100,000
$5,000
$1,000
$500,000
$400,000
$3,000,000
$51,311
$21,920
$8,000,000
$58,000
$14,472
$400,000
$103,000
$93,000
$15,000
$26,400
$446,000
$30,000
$20,000
$20,000
$11,000
$3,500
$1,000
$285,000
$20,000
$59,583
$150,000
$126,000
$134,000
$450,000
$300,000
$236,000
$94,000
$0
$145,000
$105,000
$135,000
$810,287
$62,805
$32,095
$8,000
$0
$15,000
$131,000
$100,000
$8,000
$8,000
$0

33

Halbur
Harlan
Harlan
Harlan
Harper
Haverhill
Hiawatha
Hiawatha
Hiawatha
Holy Cross
Hudson
Iowa City
Iowa City
Johnston
Jolley
Keota
La Motte
La Porte City
Lake City
Lake View
Lamont
Lamont
Lamont
Larchwood
Latimer
Laurel
Laurel
Laurel
Laurens
Laurens
Le Grand
Lidderdale
Long Grove
Lost Nation
Low Moor
Lowden
Lowden
Luxemburg
Luzerne
Macedonia
Maharishi Vedic City
Malcom
Manning
Maquoketa
Marion
Marion
Marquette
Mason City
Mason City
Mason City
Maynard

City

Prenger Street
Slurry Seal at Various Locations
Overlay Project
Mill and Overlay Project
Will Use Money next fiscal year for road surfacing with L.L. Pelling.
1st Street
C - Ave
8th Ave
Ketelsen Dr
Church St
Highway 63 Trail and Underpass Project
Davenport Street and Fairchild Street Brick Repair
Annual Pavement Rehabilitation
NW 63rd Place Extension
Main Street & on the corner of the 300 block of Madison
Various road improvments with resurfacing and repairing sidewalks.
South Main St.
PALMER/ANTON DRIVE OVERLAY
Street Resurfacing
5th Street
MONROE STREET
MADISON STREET
BUSH STREET
Street Resurfacing
Nothing planned as of now
WILSON
JENNY'S LANE
PARK
West Main Street
Bissell Street
miscellaneous repairs through out town on streets
Railroad Street Resurfacing
Concrete Pavement Spot Replacement
Western Street
3rd Ave.
5TH STREET
8TH STREET
New Road to new phase of subdivision
West Iowa Street
Saved funds in reserve for future street project
Maharishi Center Avenue
FY2016 Street project
Main Street Bridge
N Vermont Street
29th Avenue / 35th Street Mini Roundabout Project
Fairview Drive Reconstruction Project
Eagle Crest Drive
14th Street NW
15th Street NW
Miscellaneous
ADAMS STREET

Road/Street Name

Box culvert over Farmers Creek


FROM COMMERCIAL TO ANTON DRIVE
Various throughout the City
Madison to Ash
West Albert Street flood catch basin to east Albert Street catch basin
East Albert Street flood catch basin to discharge ditch to Lamont Creek
from Pine Street to Albert Street
Several locations
Nothing planned as of now
culvert: at intersection with Park
culvert: at intersection with Park
culvert: at intersection with Wilkenson
From 3rd Street to Highway 10
From Sadie Street to Harrison
W Main St to W Benton St
southeast side of town, Starting from Central Street to Healy Avenue
Brownlie, Rosehill, Oak, and Mulberry
Long to Hwy 136
From 3rd St. to city eastern city limits.
BRIDGE OVER CREEK
BRIDGE OVER INDEE CREEK
extension of east 2nd avenue
From 109 West Iowa St.west to city limits
Saved funds in reserve for future street project
North from 170th St. to where Maharishi Center Avenue ends
Various throughout the City
Over Willow Creek
From W Platt (Hwy 64) to W Quarry Street.
Intersection of 29th Avenue / 35th Street, NE Marion
Fairview Drive from 8th Street to 11th Street
Hwy 18 to Eagle Crest Subdivision
Federal Avenue to Quincy Avenue
Federal Avenue to Quincy Avenue
City-Wide
FROM 1ST ST. S. TO 3RD ST. S.

Prenger Street
Various throughout the City
Hill St. between 7th St. and 8th St.
Victoria St. between 8th St. and 9th St.
N/A
repairs from Main to 4th Ave.
Road: Tucker St to North end of C - Ave
Road: Blairs Ferry Rd to W. Willman St.
Road: N. Center Point Rd to west end
all of Church St
Highway 63 through Hudson
Clinton Street to Linn Street
City Wide
From Merle Hay Road to NW 59th Court
We have filled in holes the past several, no big projects.

Location

FY 2016 City Projects Due to Senate File 257

0.2
0.1
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.1

0.1

1.0
1.2

0.8
0.3

0.5
0.5

1.5
0.1

0.1
2.0

0.1

0.3

0.1
0.1
0.1
0.3
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.6

Length
(miles)
0.8
1.0
0.1
0.1

Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Replacement
Surface Reconstruction
Safety Improvement
Surface Reconstruction
New Paving
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Safety Improvement
Surface Reconstruction

Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
New Paving
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
New Paving
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
New Paving
Resurfacing

Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Safety Improvement
Resurfacing
Safety Improvement
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
New Paving
Other
Other
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Other
Resurfacing

Type of Work
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing

$48,684
$29,000
$1,050,000
$371,430
$301,000
$350,000
$10,884
$230,000
$190,000
$75,000
$14,048

$2,000

$7,565
$7,940
$8,800
$1,500,000
$74,000
$40,000
$375,702
$18,000
$85,000
$190,000
$430,000
$430,000

$0
$331,000
$41,838
$35,000
$200,000
$25,000
$25,000
$150,000
$175,000

$0
$5,000
$28,000
$8,000
$11,000
$53,000
$1,679,000
$1,000,000
$500,000
$1,075,000

Estimated Cost
$94,000
$90,160

34

Maynard
Maynard
Maysville
McGregor
Mechanicsville
Mechanicsville
Melcher-Dallas
Millersburg
Missouri Valley
Mitchellville
Mitchellville
Mitchellville
Monona
Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant
Mount Pleasant
Mount Vernon
Mount Vernon
Muscatine
Muscatine
Nevada
New Hampton
New Vienna
Newton
North Buena Vista
North Buena Vista
North Liberty
North Liberty
Northwood
Odebolt
Odebolt
Odebolt
Osage
Oskaloosa
Panama
Panama
Panama
Parnell
Parnell
Paullina
Paullina
Paullina
Peosta
Pleasant Hill
Plover
Pomerroy
Portsmouth
Portsmouth
Prairie City
Prescott
Princeton

City

RICH STREET
4TH STREET NORTH
Maintain streets in Maysville - Total project is about 32,000.00 every other year.
Prospect St.
First Street
Seal Coating and gravel
The city is planning on saving the increase for a future project.
Note: At this time the city has no project for FY 2016
2016 reconstruction
Elm Ave NW
3rd St NW
Mill St SW
Bulldog Boulevard
Adams Street
Van Buren Street
Broad Street
EAB treatment and tree maintenance
Partially funded purchase of 2015 Intl 7400
Asphalt Overlay - Pavement Management Program
Full Depth Patch - Cleveland
2015 Asphalt Project
2015 Street Restoration Project
Iowa & Church St.
2015 asphalt resurfacing project
hollow road
all the streets
Dubuque Street/North Liberty Road Project
West Forevergreen Road Project sealcoat
4th Street
Market St
Richland St.
Ambulance Station Drive
Hiway 9-218-Main street-joint city and state project
North 17th Street Bridge Replacement
Curb and gutter
Asphalt overlay
Tear up and re-asphalt
Tilden Extension
City Streets Upkeep
Maple Street
Business Park Streets
Main Street
Tennis Lane Reconstruction Project (FY18)
Street Panels Replacement
Main Street
N Ontario St
2nd street
4th street
Prairie City Street Maintenance
all streets in the town
N/A

Road/Street Name

2.5
0.3
0.5

Overlay --- Numerous Streets


Cleveland from Coventry Lane to Park Ave.
K Ave, 8th to 11th St, Overlay
Seal coat North Pleasant Hill, North Linn, South Linn, and West Main
New Construction
Various throughout the City
the hollow road
all the streets in town
Various throughout the City
West of Covered Bridge Road
From Hwy 105 to 4th Streeet South
Market St.
Richland St.
Ambulance Station Drive
From 8th street to Ninth st- three lanes
Bridge: Over Spring Creek
Fedler, St. Mary's, Main
As needed
Crandall, Main, St. Mary's
Tilden Street to the west 75 feet
Annual rejuvination of city streets
from Hwy 10 - 10 blocks south
pave business park area
repair Main Street - street, curbs
Entire street will be reconstructed
Various throughout the City
Main St
From 1st St to Center St
Fix surfacing
Fix water flow and surfacing
portions of Sherman, East, Monroe, James, North, Main, and Marion
all streets in town
N/A

0.1
3.0
0.5
0.3
0.5
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.2
2.0
1.0
1.2
30.0

0.5
0.6
2.5
7.0
3.0
0.9
2.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.1

0.1
0.2
0.5
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1

Length
(miles)
0.1
0.1
3.0
0.1

assorted downtown
Asphat from 3rd NW to 6th NW
Asphalt from Cotton Ave to Elm Ave NW
Asphalt from Elm Ave SW to Cotton Ave SW
From Tower Street to Davis Street
Adams Street from Clay to Warren
Van Buren from Washington to Madison
Broad Street from White to Broadway
n/a

FROM 1ST ST. S. TO 3RD ST. S.


FROM MAYNARD ST. TO BERKEY ST.
Several short streets
East half
City Limits to City Limits
Entire City
Repairs to Hwy S45

Location

FY 2016 City Projects Due to Senate File 257

Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Other
Other
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
New Paving
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Safety Improvement
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Replacement
Other
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
New Paving
Resurfacing
New Paving
New Paving
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Traffic Control
Surface Reconstruction
Other
Resurfacing
Resurfacing

Type of Work
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing

$1,500,000
$600,000
$100,000
$184,500
$255,185
$8,000
$30,000
$25,000
$10,000
$61,234
$10,000
$0

$131,800
$42,229
$58,885
$81,123
$55,000
$14,000
$35,000
$27,100
$34,000
$33,600
$750,000
$200,000
$132,000
$71,000
$400,000
$200,000
$1,500
$1,800
$5,894,000
$155,000
$150,000
$6,699
$12,672
$9,968
$99,973
$900,000
$135,000
$75,000
$150,000

Estimated Cost
$16,688
$2,581
$32,000
$15,000
$390,682

35

Quimby
Radcliffe
Rake
Rake
Reinbeck
Reinbeck
Reinbeck
Rhodes
Riceville
Rippey
Ruthven
Ruthven
Ruthven
Sabula
Sabula
Sabula
Schaller
Shueyville
Shueyville
Shueyville
Slater
Solon
Solon
Spillville
Spirit Lake
Stanton
Stockport
Stuart
Stuart
Stuart
Sully
Sutherland
Sutherland
Sutherland
Swaledale
Tabor
Tabor
Tama
Toledo
Tripoli
Underwood
Underwood
Underwood
Union
University Park
Ventura
Walford
Walker
Wapello
Wapello
Wapello

City

filling in of cracks and potholes


Isabella
North Main Street
Grace Street
Phase 1A
Phase 1B
Phase 1C
We are saving to do roads. Will not have any
Ninth Street
All City Roads Resurfaced
Washington St.
Washington St.
Washington St.
Union,River,Lake,Washington,Bank,Dump Rd
Washington St.
Ruthven St.
Dundas Street Resurface 2015-01
James Ave-12th St NE
NE Water, NE Council, NE Steeple, NE Deen, Windy Ridge
Southview Intersection
Road patching - repair boils, potholes and cracking
pave shoulders for bike lane
Funding not yet spent - reserved for future projects
Pleasant View Drive
Erie Avenue
Extra dollars received this year into the budget for road work for next year.
NORTH MAIN
N MAIN
NE 4th
N GAIN
First Avenue paving
Second Street
Alley Ways
All other roads - repairs
Street repair in FY2017
Street Resurfacing
Street Resurfacing
Miscellenous Roads
Numerous street repairs in town
4th Street S E
North St / Mahogany Rd
Magnolia Rd
3rd St.
4th st
Burlington Road Paving
Crystal Heights Place
Future Asphalt
Saving for future projects
North 2nd St.(Business District)
Franklin St.
River Road

Road/Street Name

Dundas Street between 3rd and 4th Streets


James Ave to 12th St to gravel
Various locations
Southview Intersection at Curtis Bridge Rd
All around town
B Street to Windam Drive
Funding not yet spent - reserved for future projects
From Church Street to Mill Street
From Highway 9/71 to 23rd Street
See above
UNKNOWN CREEK
NE 3rd TO NE 7th
N HARLAN TO N FREMONT
N 2nd TO N 5th
From First Street south to Fifth Street
from Ash Street to Main Street
Alleys on Ash and Pine St
Various throughout the City
Various
South Street between Center and Main
Intersection of Orange and Main
No one project minor street repairs
City of Toledo
From 5th Avenue S E to 7th Avenue S E
From Railroad Hwy west to city limits or county rd 260th st.
From Railroad Hwy east to I-80
Railroad Hwy to Burlington Northern Railroad
From Center St to 1 block south
Road from Hwy 23 to city limit
From West Lake Street, north incl. the cul-de-sac
To be determined by City Street List Program
Future Projects
Van Buren to Mechanic
4th Street to City Limits
South 2nd to City Limits

entire town
Menominee Street to Ionia Street
West Ida to West Grace
2nd Street to North Main
From Chestnut Street to Park Street
From Walnut Street to Randall Street
From Park Street to Park Entrance
N/A
Ninth Street Culvert & storm sewer repairs/replacements
All City Roads Resurfaced
Washington St. to Elm St.
Washington St. to Old Hwy 18
Ruthven St. to Old Hwy 18
Road:resurfacing throughout town

Location

FY 2016 City Projects Due to Senate File 257

0.1
0.2
0.6

1.0
0.9
0.5
0.3
0.8
0.2
1.5
0.2

0.1
0.1

0.3
0.2
0.2
0.5

0.3

1.0

0.1
0.9
0.9
0.9

5.0
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.8

0.6
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.2
0.1

Length
(miles)

$40,000
$70,000
$70,000
$50,000
$454,226
$43,500
$1,420
$15,060

Culvert Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
New Paving
Resurfacing
Other
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Culvert Rehabilitation
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
New Paving
New Paving
Resurfacing
New Paving
Resurfacing
Resurfacing

$53,077
$200,000

Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing

$410,000
$130,000
$225,000

$50,000
$50,000
$40,000
$600,000
$150,000
$900,000
$1,100,000

$17,817
$977
$50,000

$51,262
$23,675
$16,012
$4,371
$26,800
$150,000

$269,050
$15,000
$30,000
$960,000
$700,000
$425,000
$0
$13,000
$100,000
$5,895
$3,205
$2,895
$22,908

Estimated Cost

Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
New Paving
Surface Reconstruction
Safety Improvement

Culvert Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing

Type of Work
Other
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Other
Other
Other

36

Waukee
Wayland
Wellman
West Burlington
West Des Moines
West Union
Westphalia
Williamsburg
Williamsburg
Williamsburg
Winterset
Winterset
Winthrop
Woodburn
Worthington

City

FY2016 Asphalt Overlay Project


Cummings Street Paving Project
PLAN TO USE FOR FUTURE PROJECTS
Agency St.
Various street maintenance and rehabilitation projects
Franklin Street Bridge Project
1 st street surfacing
Chatham St
Sunset Ave
Maple St
8th Avenue
4th Ave
Additional Concrete Paving Project
Unknown at this time
Hwy 136 parking, curb, gutter

Road/Street Name

Bridge over creek on West Franklin Street


1st street from city limit to F32
North St to State St
North St to Welsh St
Franklin St to end of Maple St
Court Avenue to Green Street
Summit Street to Husky Drive
To be determined next budget year
Unkown at this time
Hwy 136 from one end of town to the other

Multiple locations around town


Cummings from N. Jefferson to N Pearl (W55)
NA
West Burlington City Limits to W. Burlington Ave.

Location

FY 2016 City Projects Due to Senate File 257

149.5

0.5
0.2
0.5
0.1
0.2
0.3

0.3

0.2

Length
(miles)

Type of Work
Resurfacing
New Paving
Other
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
New Paving
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction

$72,293,856

$35,000

Estimated Cost
$200,000
$650,000
$0
$143,758
$780,000
$300,000
$10,000
$48,400
$33,210
$20,663
$118,800
$78,864
$14,875

Adair
Adair
Adair
Adams
Allamakee
Allamakee
Allamakee
Appanoose
Audubon
Audubon
Audubon
Benton
Benton
Benton
Black Hawk
Boone
Bremer
Bremer
Bremer
Buchanan
Buchanan
Buchanan
Buchanan
Buchanan
Buchanan
Butler
Butler
Butler
Carroll
Carroll
Carroll
Cass
Cass
Cass
Cedar
Cedar
Cerro Gordo
Cherokee
Chickasaw
Chickasaw
Chickasaw
Clay
Clayton
Clayton
Clayton
Clinton
Clinton
Clinton
Crawford
Crawford
Crawford
Crawford
Crawford
Dallas
Dallas

County

Road/Street Name
Local roads - various locations
P33
Lake Road
Ginko Ave and 240th St
L-23D1 Bethel Road
L-14D1 Williams Creek Road
LMP-03(15) Countywide Concrete Pavement Patching
Rock Road Resurfacing
Co. Hwy N36 and F32
Co. Hwy F58, N36, F32, & M66
Co. Hwy N36, F37, & M66
D65
58th St Dr
32nd Ave
County wide rock replacement
STP-S-C008(66)--5E-08
Asphalt Surface Maintenance
Additional Rock Surfacing
Seal Coat
White top Bland Boulevard
270th St Bridge
110 & Victor Bridge
Coots Blvd Bridge
Quonset Ave Bridge
165th St Bridge
LFM-SC(18)--7X-12
BROS-C012(93)--8J-12
STP-S-C012(91)--5E-12
M64 CARROLL/CRAWFORD COUNTY LINE
ZEPHYR AVENUE / 210TH STREET
GRANITE AVENUE IN HALBUR
740th Street
To Be Determined
To Be Determined
F44/X64 Resurfacing Project
F28/X40/F36 Surface Repair
B60
F Ave
B22, T76, B57
Various Limestone Rocked Roads
South Linn Avenue
M54
Glider Rd
322nd St
172nd St
225th Street
291st Street
E44 and Z50
Nelson Park Road
200th St.
M55
M64 Joint with Carroll County
M55 Joint with City of Manilla
2016 Rock Contract
F31
C23 from Franklin County line east to Hwy 14
Camp Comfort Road over Palmer Creek
T16 from 260th Street to 250th Street
M64 FROM US 30 TO THE JUNCTION OF E16
ZEPHYR AVENUE / 210TH STREET FROM US30 TO JCT OF APPLE AVENUE
GRANITE AVENUE ALONG THE WEST CORP LINE OF HALBUR
Bridge 247 on 740th Street south of Lansing Rd/nearly complete
To Be Determined/cost estimate/material purchased
To Be Determined/cost estimate/material purchased
X64 From I-80 to 290th Street and F44 from Rose Avenue to Taylor Avenue
Various Locations on F28/X40/F36
From Rockwell to Mason City
From 480th to C16
Over Rivers
Various Limestone Roads
South New Hampton City Limits to B54
Highway 18 to B53
Over small stream
Over small stream
Over small stream
Springbrook Road from Hwy 61 to 260th Ave
Hwy 67 to Rock Creek Marina
Andover road to Teeds Grove to Kelley Road
From US Hwy 30 to O'Banion Road
At FHWA No. 128080 Bridge Site
From intesection with I Ave. East and North Approx 3/4 Mile
From Co Rd E16 to US Hwy 30
From Main St in Manilla North 0.91 Mi
Various locations throughout the County
Minburn to R-22

E-41 from Rongold St. in Boone 1.1 miles west of city limits
V-14 C-33 V-56 C-50
Various Location
C-33

various locations
from Union Co line north to 270th St
from Greenfield Corp limits SW to Nodaway Lake
On Ginko Ave in Brooks to 240th St then west
Over Williams Creek
Over Williams Creek
Countywide Concrete Pavement Patching
Rock Road Resurfacing throughout county
Bridge over West Nishnabotna and Bridge over Davis Creek
Bridges over Elk Horn Creek, East & West Nishnabotna, Davis Creek and Tributary Creeks
Various areas Full depth PCC pavement patching
Road: From Mt Auburn to Cedar River Bridge
Road: From Big Timber to W26
Bridge: Over Blue Creek

Location

FY 2016 County Projects Due to Senate File 257

0.8
7.5
0.9
50.0
6.1

1.8
0.5
5.8
2.2

3.0
7.5

3.0
15.0
13.5
3.0

1.0
7.4
1.9
0.3

10.9

45.0
1.1
33.0
50.0
6.0
0.6

10.0
4.5
1.8

110.0

Length
(miles)
27.0
7.0
1.5
0.4
Type of Work
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Surface Reconstruction
New Paving
Bridge Rehabilitation
Bridge Rehabilitation
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Bridge Rehabilitation
Bridge Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
New Paving
Bridge Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Resurfacing
New Paving
Resurfacing
New Paving
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Safety Improvement

Estimated Cost
$230,000
$160,000
$65,000
$175,000
$132,942
$121,609
$191,400
$500,000
$110,000
$120,000
$150,000
$350,000
$325,000
$225,000
$200,000
$700,000
$110,000
$240,000
$200,000
$400,000
$100,000
$100,000
$90,000
$90,000
$60,000
$180,000
$70,000
$200,000
$653,000
$569,000
$37,000
$200,000
$200,000
$200,000
$900,000
$200,000
$350,000
$5,200,000
$285,000
$210,000
$53,000
$1,806,829
$20,000
$20,000
$50,000
$314,000
$100,000
$1,400,000
$1,750,000
$300,000
$167,000
$1,307,000
$304,000
$300,000
$440,000

Appendix F

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38

County
Decatur
Decatur
Des Moines
Des Moines
Dickinson
Floyd
Floyd
Floyd
Franklin
Franklin
Fremont
Fremont
Greene
Greene
Greene
Grundy
Grundy
Guthrie
Hamilton
Hamilton
Hamilton
Hardin
Harrison
Harrison
Harrison
Henry
Henry
Howard
Howard
Ida
Iowa
Iowa
Jackson
Jackson
Jefferson
Jefferson
Jefferson
Johnson
Jones
Keokuk
Keokuk
Keokuk
Kossuth
Kossuth
Lee
Lee
Linn
Louisa
Lucas
Lucas
Lyon
Madison
Madison
Marion
Marion

County Wide
Elk Chapel Road / J45
Plank Road
Memorial Park Road
New Milford Maintenance Shop
Concrete Bridge Overlays(3)
Granular Surfacing
Box Culvert Maintenance
Yarrow Avenue Culvert Replacement Project
115th Street Bridge Short Bridge Replacement
J18
150th ST
E39
Various
E39
BROS-CO38(101)--8J-38, FHWA 166130
BROS-1525(N17)--8J-38, FHWA 163591
Contract Granular Haul
PCC patching and Slurry Level Patches
Additional Granular Resurfacing
Added three culvert projects: P6.2, M36.3, M25.2
Various Locations
335th St. & Reading Trail
Taylor #6 Bridge
Culvert & Bridge Repairs
L-CB-362002 Twin 10 x 6 RCB
L-CB-363003 Twin 12 x 10 RCB
2016 Bridge Rehabs
2017 Box Culverts
M-25
160th St
325th St
Sieverding Ridge Road
142nd Avenue (Hwy Y46)
Nutmeg Avenue
County-wide culvert & timber structure replacements
County-wide patching & resurfacing
F14 (Sutliff Road) - Project #LFM-Sutliff--7X-52
CO RD E45
180th Street
210th Street
175th Street
P66
P60
255th street
bridge #148
Squaw Ridge Road
Fredonia Paving Rehab
FY15 Various Routes
FY16 Various Routes
A-22 West PCC Overlay - Unbonded
P53, R35 AND P71
MISC
94th St. Bridge Replacement Project
92nd, McKimber, Jewel & 198th Seal Coat Improvements

Road/Street Name
FM Routes
From J55 to Hwy 2 / Ringgold Line to Elk Chapel
from Burlington City Limits to US Hwy 61
from Plank Road to US Hwy 61
Milford, Iowa
Over 3 Rivers
Across County on Crushed Limestone Roads
Small Box Culverts - Infrastructure Replacement
Culvert under Yarrow Avenue and 220th Street
115th Street East of S56
Road: From highway 275 to L68
Bridge: over the West Nishnabotna River
Over Otter Creek
Various
West of US30 to Carroll County Line
Section 31-89-17
Section 30-86-17
County Wide
Various locations throughout County
Various locations throughout County
Over three tributaries to Mud Lake Drainage District
Various Gravel Roads
3335th St. to Beebeetown - 4 locations Reading Trl
Bridge over Allen Creek on 235th St.
Various Culverts & Bridges
140th Street over Lynn Creek
Hickory Avenue over Lynn Creek
Various Locations
Various Locations
From 220th St to Hwy 20
Bridge: Over Small Stream
Bridge: Over Small Stream
From Bellevue City limits then North 1.25 miles
3 culverts
From Business 34 to 1000' north of Business 34
multiple locations
multiple locations
From 140th Street to Linn County
From CO RD X40 to City of Olin
Over Rock Creek
Over Coal Creek
Over Rock Creek
from IA 9 North to A16
from B19 North to B14
Section 26-67-7 to Section 21-67-6
Section 19-67-6
from bridge #2221 northwesterly to Keystone Ridge SE
From State 92 to NCL
County Wide
County Wide
A-22 from US 75 to K52
VARIOUS
VARIOUS
94th between Perry & Quebec
92nd N&S of Hwy 5, Jewel & 198th from T-15 to G-46

Location

FY 2016 County Projects Due to Senate File 257

3.0

2.8
0.6
14.0
93.0
1.6
15.0
55.0

7.0
3.0
3.7

4.4
5.3

0.2

1.3

6.0

12.0

100.0
15.0
40.0

0.3

6.0

1.7
0.8

Length
(miles)
40.0
Type of Work
Surface Reconstruction
Culvert Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Other
Bridge Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Culvert Rehabilitation
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Rehabilitation
Culvert Replacement
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
New Paving
Culvert Replacement
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Rehabilitation
Bridge Rehabilitation
Bridge Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
New Paving
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Rehabilitation
Resurfacing

Estimated Cost
$500,000
$425,000
$540,154
$231,042
$2,300,000
$250,000
$200,000
$85,000
$76,500
$120,000
$1,773,000
$1,426,000
$489,270
$369,788
$73,484
$550,000
$579,000
$190,000
$160,000
$110,000
$337,500
$450,000
$359,066
$195,659
$17,551
$140,000
$220,000
$300,000
$560,000
$400,000
$75,000
$45,000
$290,000
$175,000
$110,000
$125,000
$320,000
$1,332,266
$2,300,000
$65,056
$86,175
$61,887
$150,000
$500,000
$1,350,000
$600,000
$1,218,848
$225,000
$50,844
$347,367
$905,260
$175,000
$300,000
$35,000
$200,000

39

County
Marshall
Marshall
Mills
Mitchell
Monona
Montgomery
Montgomery
Montgomery
Muscatine
Muscatine
O'Brien
O'Brien
O'Brien
Osceola
Osceola
Plymouth
Plymouth
Polk
Pottawattamie
Pottawattamie
Ringgold
Scott
Shelby
Shelby
Shelby
Story
Story
Story
Union
Union
Wapello
Washington
Washington
Washington
Wayne
Wayne
Wayne
Webster
Webster
Webster
Winnebago
Winnebago
Winnebago
Winneshiek
Winneshiek
Winneshiek
Worth
Van Buren
Van Buren
Van Buren
Woodbury
Woodbury
Woodbury

230th St.
Wiese Garden Rd.
M-16 (370th Street)
various locations
Bridge and Flume Repalcement (A10-2)
County Wide
H54/M37
County Wide
G28
Wildcat Den Bridge
Rodney Rousch bridge on Silver Avenue
Wittrock bridge on Sorrel Avenue
Walvoord bridge on 350th Street
Pierce Avenue
State Line Bridge Replacement
K-42 Overlay - 2016
C-38 Overlay - 2018
NE 94th Avenue
Desoto Avenue
310th Street
Multiple
L-720--73-82 On 210th St
M-16
Wildwood Road
300TH Street
670th Ave.
695th Ave.
250th St.
Countywide
Old Highway 34
Varies Roads throughout the County
170th Street
180th Street
Juniper Avenue
Raccoon Rd
Quail Run Rd
County Rt S60 & County Rt J22
L-070110--73-94; FHWA #343561
L-090702--73-94; FHWA #343861
LFM-883205--7X-94;
R34
L-26-W1
F-19-W1
Pole Line Rd. (Co. Rd. A34/W20)
Scenic River Rd.
228th Ave.
Finch Ave.
Countywide
Croton road
Croton road
Granular surfacing - Part 1-2015
Box Culvert Replacement M208
Box Culvert Replacement N48

Road/Street Name

Coburg to 230th St
8 Townships
From Independence Avenue west to the Cedar River
Over Pine Creek
over Nelson Creek
over Ginger Creek
over Mill Creek
From A46 to Obrien Co LIne
Near 100th and Nest Avenue
From C-38 north 3 miles to Hwy 3
From K-22 east 5 miles to K-42
From NE Frisk Drive to US Hwy 65
From Old Lincoln Highway to I-29
From I-80 to Arrowhead Park
Granular Surfacing of Rock Roads
On 210th St, from Z16 East .5 Miles to Davenport City Limits, S28 T79 RE4
From F-32 to 2000TH Street
Over Indian Creek
Over Little Silver Creek
Over Rock Creek
Local Stream
Over East Indian Creek
Various Streams
from WCL of Afton to US Hwy 34
Various Routes
Road: From Ginkgo Avenue to Dogwood Avenue
Bridge: Over unnamed waterway, just west of Juniper Avenue
Road: From Hwy 22 to 140th Street
Bridge Replacement over Nine Mile Creek Tributary
Bridge Replacement over Chariton River Tributary
Bridge Deck Patching S26,T69N,R20W & S23,T70N,R21W
on 100th Street over Drainage Ditch #102
on Garfield Avenue over Drainage Ditch #9
on Nelson Avenue over Drainage Ditch #341
90th Ave./490th Street to 430th Street
Over Buffalo Creek
Over North Fork Buffalo Creek
Road: From Co. Rd. W14, east to US 52
Bridge over unnamed creek
Bridge over unamed creek
510th to Hwy 105
Resurfacing
Small Bridge over unnamed creek
Small Bridge over unnamed creek
40 miles of gravel roads resurfaced
Pocahontas Ave cuvlert over unnamed tributary
240th Street culvert over unnamed tributary

Location
Over unnamed stream, just east of Langford Ave.
Over unnamed stream, just north of 182nd St.
From Brothers Avenue to Applewood Avenue (Pott Co line)
St. ansgar, Little Cedar, Meroa
Over Local Stream

FY 2016 County Projects Due to Senate File 257

1,713.1

40.0

5.5
500.0

11.0

7.0

1.5

1.3
170.0
3.0

0.5
5.0

3.0
5.0
8.4
0.3
1.0

3.0

8.0
59.0
4.0

1.0
4.0

Length
(miles)
Type of Work
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Surface Reconstruction
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Rehabilitation
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Rehabilitation
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
New Paving
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Bridge Rehabilitation
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Replacement
Surface Reconstruction
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Rehabilitation
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Bridge Replacement
Bridge Replacement
Resurfacing
Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement
Resurfacing
Culvert Replacement
Culvert Replacement

$72,085,594

Estimated Cost
$77,900
$86,500
$581,000
$750,000
$450,000
$559,539
$1,768,962
$280,383
$626,000
$225,000
$160,000
$150,000
$25,000
$600,000
$200,000
$1,245,000
$2,300,000
$1,477,000
$250,000
$500,000
$428,000
$140,000
$135,313
$55,250
$201,405
$100,000
$110,000
$790,000
$198,999
$280,000
$670,000
$150,000
$200,000
$50,000
$50,000
$50,000
$400,000
$120,000
$150,000
$150,000
$2,000,000
$110,000
$120,000
$3,681,738
$226,653
$179,695
$800,000
$350,000
$22,000
$22,000
$157,000
$200,000
$72,760