Millions of dollars are spent annually on maintenance and reconstruction projects in the Quad Cities. Maintaining the existing transportation system is one of the highest priorities of the urban area, particularly with aging infrastructure. The 2045 Quad Cities Long Range Transportation Plan outlines significant improvements to river crossing capacity to improve the flow of traffic in the metropolitan area. Media information in greater detail will be provided by the respective jurisdiction as the project approaches its construction period.

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I-74 Mississippi River Bridge corridor will be under construction from 2017 through 2020.  Work zone routing will change from time to time.  To find up-to-date traffic alerts, use the I-74 Mississippi River Bridge website at http://i74riverbridge.com/traffic/

Travel Alternatives.  Using alternative modes of transportation, such as buses, carpools, bicycling or walking, commuters and travelers are encouraged to help reduce traffic congestion and maintain good air quality.

Transit. Residents and visitors can consider transit options by contacting the shared customer service number of the three-public transit systems - Bettendorf Transit, Davenport CitiBus and MetroLINK at (309) 788-3360 or visiting www.qctransit.com

Rideshare.  Interested in carpooling?  Go to QC Rideshare to register and find a match for your commute at:
https://www.iowarideshare.org/Public/Home.aspx?CustomSubSite=qcrideshare

Trails System.  To use the greater Quad Cities trails system, register and find a match for your bicycle commute at: https://www.qctrails.org/

Iowa’s 511 Service http://ww3.iowa511.org/


511 is America’s new, easy-to-remember trajavascript:void('Unlink')vel information telephone number. 511 will replace and consolidate a proliferation of travel information telephone numbers around the country, estimated at more than 300. For example, at last count there were 11 different travel information numbers serving Interstate traffic between Washington, D.C., and New York City.