Area construction projects cause traffic tie-ups

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While the I-80 Bridge is causing traffic problems, another potential traffic tie-up is in East Moline, where a resurfacing project is underway. Full Story
Stephen S

Cedar Rapids, IA

#1 Apr 6, 2010
Construction crews here are lazy. I lived in Michigan, Texas, and Flordia. They don't spend nearly as much time on roads then we do. I guess the people in Michigan are thankful they have jobs. I mean its going to cost 6 million dollars to repair the 12 AVE road. The bridge is 10 million. I want to know how come it cost so much to repair the roads?
I live in Le Claire and I feel sorry for those business as well as the ones on the IL side.

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