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Nighttime closures on Highway 100 to begin Sunday

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CEDAR RAPIDS (KWWL) -

The Iowa Department of Transportation says there will be overnight lane closures on Highway 100 westbound for a few weeks for a pavement repair project.

The closures will happen Sunday through Friday from 10 p.m. until 6 a.m. the next morning on Highway 100 westbound between Interstate 380 and Edgewood Road.

The Cedar Rapids construction office says the closures will begin on Sunday, Sept. 21, and end on Friday, October 10.  

The DOT says drivers will be detoured onto Blairs Ferry Road to get to Edgewood Road.

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