A request for an access connection to the primary highway can be made using our online electronic permitting system.
An SHSP is a statewide-coordinated safety plan that provides a comprehensive framework for reducing highway fatalities and serious injuries on all public roads.
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Intent of program, eligibility, program funding and approval required.
Safety program for the county road system. The HSIP – Secondary Program receives a 90 percent federal reimbursement, and a 10% local match is required.
The placement, adjustment and maintenance of utility facilities in, on, above or below the primary highway right of way is detailed within the Utility Policy.
Entrance placement and permitting requirements
Billboards, logos, tourist-oriented directional signs (TODS), private directional signs, official city and county signs
The sign shop manufactures and provides highway and facility signs for the Iowa DOT
Sign requests, speed studies, pavement markings, and more
Two groups make up the transportation safety — safety analysis resources and safety programs
Utility policy, permit information and utility coordination and accommodation contacts
Issues that affect the traveling public and road workers.