MILLS COUNTY, Iowa. (KMTV) — The Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT) announced Friday that U.S. 34 between I-29 and the Nebraska border is now open to traffic. The roadway had been closed since late May because of a second round of flooding.
Drivers in the area should expect intermittent lane closures as repair work on shoulders and ditches continues.
Be aware that the interchange at U.S. 34 is the last southbound exit on I-29 to offer services like fuel, so if traveling south on I-29 ensure your vehicle has enough fuel for the 60-mile trip to the next gas station in Rock Port, MO.
Other flood-related closures remain on Iowa 2, Iowa 275 and Iowa 333.