Kroger has a highway in Iowa that is the fourth-most-visited in the country, and the fifth-most productive in the United States, according to data from the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators.
The highway in Des Moines is one of the busiest in the state, and it’s also the second-busiest in the nation.
Its 1,632 miles of highways and 4,931 miles of state-owned roads make up a whopping 11 percent of the U.S. economy.
That means the highway accounts for nearly 7 percent of gross domestic product, or GDP, for the state of Iowa.
“It’s like a crossroads of the economy,” said Jeff Lips, senior vice president of marketing at Kroger, which also owns a major grocery store chain.
“You’ve got this highway that has so much demand.
And it has so many highways that you need to keep the traffic moving.
But you can’t get enough of the highway.”
Kroger and the U of I have been working to improve the highway over the years, and that has resulted in a number of improvements.
Kroger says it’s the fourth busiest highway in the world, and its average daily traffic is up about 3 percent annually.
The company says its average capacity is up to 2.7 million vehicles per day, which is more than twice the amount of cars that drive through its Iowa stores.
The most recent highway improvement was in the spring of 2016, when Kroger was able to widen the lanes on Interstate 80 in Desmoines, Iowa.
The improvements were part of the project that was designed to increase capacity and reduce congestion, and were paid for by a state transportation funding grant.
In the fall of 2016 it was announced that the Iowa Department of Transportation had agreed to build a new highway that would be able to accommodate the traffic Kroger expects.
The state had been reluctant to spend the $1.8 billion highway fund to build the highway, and had asked the Department of Public Works and Infrastructure to build it on a piece of land in the rural area where Kroger had a store.
It wasn’t immediately clear if that piece of the land would be included in the highway.
Krogers spokesman Matt Mancuso said the company expects the new highway to open for business in 2021, and hopes to open a second highway in 2019 or 2020.
Kroes highway expansion is part of a broader strategy of improving highway capacity across the United State.
Krogers expansion of its highway capacity is one example of that strategy.
In May, Kroger announced that it had started a $200 million project to expand the Interstate Iowa Freeway and the Interstate 45 in Iowa, with the goal of adding 1.5 million vehicles a year by 2023.
Krogas said that it will build a highway and two express lanes in the new projects, while also adding capacity for commercial trucks and other vehicles.
The Interstate Iowa project is expected to take four years, with a completion date of 2023, with construction of the two express lane highway in 2024.
The Iowa Department Of Transportation says the highway project has a total cost of $2.1 billion, and will increase capacity by more than 8 percent each year.
Krober and the state have also been working on a new interstate highway in Ohio.
Kroer opened a store on the east side of Columbus last year, a few blocks from the Ohio Statehouse, and a sign on the road said, “Kroger Ohio, The Kroger of America.”
The store is part grocery store, part convenience store, and part auto repair shop, with an impressive amount of space for a Kroger store.
Kroker said that the store will be open for about a year, and plans to expand its trucking fleet by 10 percent by 2025.
Kroher says it expects the Ohio highway to be the most popular with customers in the next decade, and expects to sell more than $10 billion worth of trucks and parts over the course of the new project.
Kroge also has been working with the University of Cincinnati to extend the highway in Cincinnati.
The university has leased a portion of the Ohio state highway, which has a capacity of 2.6 million vehicles each day.
Krogan said the Ohio project is not expected to be complete for at least two years.
“The highway is the biggest project that we’ve ever done in Ohio,” Kroger said.
“We are a leading supplier of auto parts and service, so we’re extremely excited about the future of our company here in Ohio.”
Krogys highway expansion in Iowa will be its first expansion project outside of the United Kingdom, but the company said it expects to open another Iowa highway in 2021.
The expansion is expected for the Iowa Tollway, which connects the Iowa state highway to Interstate 84, which runs from the western edge of the state to the southern tip of Lake Erie.
The project will cost about $400 million,