The University of Iowa presented its 10-year facilities master plan to the Board of Regents Wednesday, earning state approval to move forward with a range of renovations across campus. These changes — which are subject to evolve as UI carries […]
Construction on the second phase of the Ped Mall Improvements Project began on Monday. This phase focuses on the east-west corridor running from Clinton Street to Linn Street. The work is beginning with the trimming and removal of trees. […]
Governor Street between Iowa Avenue and Jefferson Street will be closed to traffic and pedestrians starting Monday at noon, as construction starts on an Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) project that will replace the bridge over Ralston Creek. It’s a […]
Iowa Citians willing to brave Pedestrian Mall construction can check out Ten Thousand Villages’ second annual Fair Trade Trunk Show. The trunk show is being held in-store now through Aug. 5. […]
Cars, pedestrians and cyclists may traverse the new Dubuque Street lanes and trail as early as Thursday, Nov. 2.
Following news during the Tuesday Iowa City Council meeting that designated senior housing would no longer be possible at a planned multi-use building on the corner of Linn and Market streets, city council members nearly denied rezoning the plot. The council ultimately approved the change in a 4 to 3 vote, with Rockne Cole, Pauline Taylor and John Thomas voting no. Mayor Jim Throgmorton changed his previous vote from no to yes, tipping the balance in favor of approval. […]
A segment of the construction planned for Park Road bridge and Dubuque Street is nearing completion, which will allow the next leg of the project to begin. The overall purpose of the project is the elevation of the current road, […]