"Iowa 150 [closed] in both directions:: from Benton County Road E16 to Benton County Road V71 road closed because the road surface has collapsed -- detour in operation, follow the detour signs
Comment: Benton County: The closure affects IA 150 from mile post 1.5 to 3.4 which is from the bridge that goes over the Cedar River and north approximately 2 miles due to wash outs and road failure. A detour has been established as taking I-380 to U.S. 20, and then to U.S. 218."
Prior to 1984, the southern terminus was in Cedar Rapids.
The current Iowa Highway 150, which was created in 1941, was originally intended to be an extension of U.S. Route 150. It went west from Davenport, which is across the Mississippi River from Rock Island, Illinois, where US 150 ended, to Tipton along current Iowa Highway 130, north along the current Iowa Highway 38 to U.S. Route 30 and west with US 30 to Cedar Rapids. From Cedar Rapids, it went northward to Walker, then west from Walker to what is now the current highway along County Highway D62. In 1969, as part of a highway renumbering, Highway 150 was truncated to Cedar Rapids and the Davenport-Tipton segment renumbered Highway 130. In 1984, upon the opening of Interstate 380 north of Cedar Rapids, Iowa Highway 150 received its current routing between US 218 and County Highway D62 with the decommissioning of Iowa Highway 101.
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