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Rebuilding Kane County: Major Transportation Projects in the Works

Kane County Connects Staff 9/12/2022 2:00PM


Seven construction projects are planned or scheduled to get underway this fall in Kane County by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT).

The state is spending more than $23 million to improve safety and mobility in the following areas of the County:

• U.S. 20 (Grant Highway) from Getty Road to the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (Interstate 90) includes resurfacing and drainage improvements. Daytime and occasional weekend lane closures are needed to complete construction. The project is anticipated to be completed late summer.

• Illinois 25 (Broadway/River Road) from Hazel Avenue to River Bend Road includes resurfacing, installing centerline rumble strips and new ADA-compliant sidewalks. Daytime lane closures are needed to complete construction. The project is anticipated to be completed late summer.

• Illinois 47 from north of Big Timber Road to Plato Road resurfacing. Daytime lane closures are needed to complete construction. The project is anticipated to be completed late summer.

• Illinois 72 (Oak Knoll Drive) at Getzelman Road/ State Street includes new traffic signals, paving, ADA-compliant sidewalks, along with improved drainage and lighting. A detour is in place on State Street north of Illinois 72. Lane closures are needed to complete construction. The project is anticipated be completed late this summer.

 • Illinois 47 at Burlington Road to North Avenue (Illinois 64) includes resurfacing, installing rumble strips and ADA-compliant sidewalks. Daytime lane closures are needed to complete construction. The project is estimated to be completed late fall.

• Lincoln Highway (Illinois 38) from Illinois 47 (Main Street) to Illinois 31 (First Street) includes crack and joint sealing. Daytime lane closures are needed to complete construction. The project is estimated to be completed this fall.

• U.S. 20 at Illinois 31 bridge replacement. One lane in each direction will be maintained during construction. The project is estimated to be completed in spring 2024.

The improvements are part of the state’s capital program known as Rebuild Illinois, a $33 billion investment in transportation: roads and bridges, transit, waterways, freight and passenger rail, aviation, and bicycle and pedestrian accommodations throughout the state.

For more information on IDOT projects, click here. Find traffic and road conditions at www.gettingaroundillinois.com.

Source: IDOT
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