CEDAR RAPIDS — Cedar Rapids launched Iowa’s most robust automated traffic camera system — and one of the only in the nation on interstates — in 2010. This was at a time when drivers wove in and out of traffic on Interst [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Iowa’s first permanent green bike lane was painted on Thursday in Cedar Rapids.
The city was also the first to test green bike lanes in June, painting a 50 square foot green section on Third Avenue Southeast.continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — A class-action lawsuit challenging automated traffic cameras in Cedar Rapids has been expanded to include six more plaintiffs in addition to the original two.
An amendment to the lawsuit was filed on Monday in Linn Coun [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — As part of a study examining commuting in a seven-county area in Eastern Iowa, the Iowa Department of Transportation is asking for input about your commute to work and what alternatives you’d like to see.
The onl [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — Cedar Rapids officials have outlined possible solutions to address automated traffic cameras that don’t comply with state rules.
The solutions include moving speed limit signs, adding “reduce speed ahead [...]continue »
EPWORTH — The man whose vehicle struck and killed four teens at a rural road intersection near Epworth last month is now facing a host of charges stemming from the crash.
Joseph Michael Connolly, 24, was arrested on a warrant Friday c [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — A class-action lawsuit filed on Tuesday is challenging automated traffic cameras that Cedar Rapids officials say save lives and reduce crashes.
The cameras came under fire after the Iowa Department of Transportation sa [...]continue »
DUBUQUE COUNTY, Iowa — A Waukon man was killed in a Dubuque County collision Sunday afternoon.
According to a news release from the Dubuque County Sheriff’s Office, officers were called to the intersection of Highway 52 and the [...]continue »
After two traffic cameras on Interstate 380 were deemed non-compliant with state rules, some Iowa lawmakers say recipients of speeding tickets from the cameras should get their money back or fight them.
Others are urging Cedar Rapids to move [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — The City of Cedar Rapids announced Thursday it won’t take down, move or turn off two speed cameras that the Iowa Department of Transportation says continue »
The state transportation department is questioning the location of automated traffic enforcement cameras along Interstate 380, saying at least two do not comply with a new rule governing how close the cameras can be to signs indicating a speed lim [...]continue »
CORALVILLE — A Coralville man is accused of running over another man, breaking his leg and leaving the scene of the injury.
According to Coralville police, officers responded to 401 Sixth Avenue at 4:21 a.m. Aug. 10 for a report of a [...]continue »
CEDAR RAPIDS — As Iowans commute more often and farther to their destinations, the state is developing a park and ride system to help reduce congestion, fuel consumption and vehicle emissions, and it could include four to six new facilities [...]continue »
A 2012 Iowa law that stiffened penalties for school bus traffic violations, after a young girl died, rarely snares the dangerous drivers that served as Kadyn's Law's inspiration, some prosecutors say.
Instead, confused motorists tripped up [...]continue »
Many questions remain in the deaths of four teens killed in a crash Saturday in Dubuque County.
When those questions will be answered and whether charges will be filed against the man who hit the teens remained unknown Monday.
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