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John Deere Road Project in Moline Gets Go Ahead from City Leaders

 

 

The Moline Committee of the Whole approved plans for the John Deere Road Project Tuesday, inching the project closer toward realization. The next step for the project will be approval by the Moline City Council.

The John Deere Road Expansion is divided into two parts: an overpass over IL 5 at 38t st. and the addition of two lanes to John Deere Rd.

City leaders say when it’s all said and done the project will be a game changer for the area.

“We’re hoping to see a major difference in terms of the traffic flow,” says Patrick Burke, Moline Planning & Development Director. “People will be able to get to their destinations faster.”

Sever Storey has already held one seminar on this project and will likely hold another as land acquisition heats up.

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