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International Right of Way Association. February 2, 2012. Move Illinois Program Overview. Move Illinois will improve mobility, relieve congestion, reduce pollution and link economies across Northern Illinois $12 billion, 15-year program $8.32 billion to maintain existing system

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International right of way association

International Right of Way Association

February 2, 2012


Move illinois program overview

Move Illinois Program Overview

Move Illinois will improve mobility, relieve congestion, reduce pollution and link economies across Northern Illinois

  • $12 billion, 15-year program

    • $8.32 billion to maintain existing system

    • $3.83 billion for new projects to improve mobility

  • Key goals and benefits

    • Job #1 – Take care of the existing system

    • Build a 21st century transportation system

    • Save drivers time and money

    • Drive the economic engine

    • Be the “cleanest and greenest” program in history


Move illinois program projects

Move Illinois Program Projects

TAKE CARE OF EXISTING SYSTEM NEEDS

JANE ADDAMS MEMORIAL TOLLWAY(I-90)

ELGIN O’HARE WEST BYPASS

I-294/I-57 INTERCHANGE

ILLINOIS ROUTE

53/120 EXTENSION

ILLIANA EXPRESSWAY


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Construction Schedule 2012 - 2026


2012 capital program highlights

2012 Capital Program Highlights

  • Invests nearly $609 million in 2012 for projects to repair and rebuild roadways, bridges and interchanges and other capital investments across the 286-mile system.

  • Begins the first year of the agency’s new $12 billion Move Illinois Capital Program

    • Preservation of existing system

    • Preparation for new project construction

  • Commits to “building green” efforts


Tri state tollway i 294 i 94

Tri-State Tollway (I-294/I-94)

Commits more than $168 million for design and construction

  • Key projects:

    • I-294/I-57 Interchange

    • Central Tri-State Resurfacing and Bridge Repair Project

    • Tri-Level Bridge Project

    • Pavement restoration

  • Schedule:

    • Work begins early spring

Balmoral Avenue

95th Street


Tri level bridge project

Tri-Level Bridge Project

Rehabilitation and widening of ramp bridges connecting I-90 and I-294

  • Project status:

    • Southbound I-294 to Eastbound I-90 – complete

    • Northbound I-294 to Westbound I-90 –2012

  • Schedule:

    • Construction begins this spring

    • Complete by end of year


I 294 i 57 interchange project

I-294/I-57 Interchange Project

Constructing new, all-electronic interchange to improve access and enhance economic development

  • Project status:

    • IDOT began advance work in 2010

    • Tollway advance work includes:

      • Relocation of Dixie Creek

      • Reconstruction of I-294 bridges over 147th Street

  • Schedule:

    • Advance work starts summer 2012

    • Phase one completed by end of 2014


Jane addams memorial tollway i 90

Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90)

Commits more than $98 million for design and construction

  • Key projects:

    • Illinois Route 47 Interchange Project

    • Advance work to prepare for I-90 corridor reconstruction and widening

  • Schedule:

    • Interchange work begins late spring

    • Roadway work begins this summer

C&NW Railroad


Jane addams memorial tollway i 901

Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90)

Planning for a 21st Century Corridor

  • I-90 Corridor Planning Council coordinating from Rockford to Chicago

  • Transit value planning study with RTA complete

  • FHWA grant funding study of design and implementation


Illinois route 47 interchange

Illinois Route 47 Interchange

Investing $69 million to complete a full, all-electronic interchange

  • Key features:

    • Six new ramps and bridge reconstruction

    • Green construction initiatives

    • Local participation

  • Schedule:

    • Construction scheduled to begin late spring

    • New ramps open by end of year


Reagan memorial tollway i 88

Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88)

Investing more than $90 million to keep our existing system in good repair

  • Key projects:

    • Reconstruct and widen – Illinois Route 56 to Deerpath Road

    • Resurfacing – Illinois Route 251 to Illinois Route 56

  • Schedule:

    • Construction to begin this spring

Peace Road

Deerpath Road

Annie Glidden Road


Veterans memorial tollway i 355

Veterans Memorial Tollway (I-355)

Investing more than $23 million to keep our existing system in good condition

  • Key projects:

    • Roadway rehabilitation

      • Army Trail Road to North Avenue

      • Butterfield Road collector-distributor

      • 75th Street to I-55

  • Schedule:

    • Work to begin this fall

Army Trail Road

North Avenue

Butterfield Road

75th Street


Elgin o hare west bypass

Elgin O’Hare West Bypass

Project of national significance to link O’Hare Airport with surrounding communities and businesses and provide opportunity for economic development

  • Project includes:

    • Rehabilitate and add two lanes to existing Elgin O’Hare Expressway

    • Construct Elgin O’Hare extension

    • Construct south leg

    • Construct north leg

  • Schedule:

    • Begin bridge and roadway design work in 2012


Cleanest and greenest

Cleanest and Greenest

The Illinois Tollway is committed to minimizing the environmental impact of new roadway construction by reducing, recycling and reusing materials, as well as adopting research initiatives and best management practices to reduce energy use and costs.

  • Accommodating transit

  • Waste reduction and recycling

  • Renewable energy and energy conservation

  • Investing in technology

  • Intelligent transportation systems

  • Natural environment and resource protection


Getting illinois tollway information

Getting Illinois Tollway Information

  • Construction section – www.illinoistollway.com for details by road

  • Road conditions, traffic, tolls and more at 1-800-TOLL-FYI

  • Travel times and incidents at www.travelmidwest.com or on overhead Dynamic Message Signs

  • Tollway eNewsletter at www.illinoistollway.com


Thank you

THANK YOU


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