2014 Highway and Trail Construction Program
The 2014 Proposed Construction Program incorporates the County’s priority to maintain our existing infrastructure while at the same time implementing projects to improve safety and relieve congestion. In 2014, approximately 24 lane miles of County highways are proposed to be patched and resurfaced and cracks filled/ sealed on another 90 lane miles to improve rideability and to extend the service life of these roadways. Due to this year’s severe winter, our Program also includes repairs to those sections of roadway most affected by the extreme weather conditions. Major congestion relief projects include reconstructing and widening 75th Street from Adams Street to Plainfield Road and widening and resurfacing Gary Avenue from Illinois 64 to Army Trail Road. To improve non-motorized accessibility, construction of new sidewalk and/or bike paths is proposed to provide connectivity between major generators and destinations. The 2014 Proposed Construction Program totals $46.5M.
To view the 2014 Proposed Construction Program, click on the following link:
2014 Highway and Trails Construction Program
Last Updated 05/19/2014