US Route 67's northernmost portion is a short stint in Iowa, along the western banks of the Mississippi River in easternmost Iowa. In Davenport, a city situated on the north side of a westerly-flowing bend in the Mississippi River, US Route 67 trades places with US Route 61 as the route hugging Iowa's bank of the river. US Route 67 enters Iowa using a bridge from Rock Island, Illinois, to Davenport, Iowa. It ricochets off of Business US Route 61 in downtown Davenport, bouncing off of that route to end up moving east. US Route 67 then follows the Mississippi River east through Bettendorf and north through Clinton, where it meets US Route 30 in Iowa Route 136. The end of US Route 67 comes outside of Sabula, Iowa's island city. At a point where US Route 52 comes from the north and Iowa Route 64 comes from the west, both routes join together to cross one bridge to Sabula and another bridge across the rest of the Mississippi River to Savanna, Illinois. US Route 67 ends as these two routes come together, on the western approach to the bridge into Sabula.
My photo for US Route 67 in Iowa comes from Clinton, Iowa. The signage depicted reassures northbound travelers leaving the intersection where US Route 67 comes together with Iowa Route 136. Iowa Route 136 leaves Illinois (where it's Illinois Route 136) on a bridge across the Mississippi River into Clinton, and turns northerly onto US Route 67 for a short concurrency. This photo is taken at the southern beginning of this concurrency, facing north. This photo was taken on July 1, 2017, as I was finishing up a trip across eastern Iowa. Back to the Iowa main page. Back to the home page.