Project Update 11/19/2018

Tuesday, November 20th, traffic will be staged from Huntington/Bunker Hill Dr. to Harnish Drive.  Northbound and Southbound lanes will be shifted to the West to create a work zone for the installation of the pedestrian underpass and retaining wall.   Following the traffic staging, a temporary concrete barrier wall will be installed to separate motorists from… Continue reading

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Project Update 11/12/2018

The temporary traffic signals at Bunker Hill/Huntington and Randall Road, as well as the temporary traffic signal at Algonquin and Randall Road will be activated tomorrow, Tuesday, November 13.  These installations will replace the permanently mounted traffic signals allowing the intersection to be fully functional while construction is ongoing.  The temporary installation allows the lanes,… Continue reading

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Project Update 10/29/2018

Tomorrow, October 30th, minor traffic staging will take place in the southbound lanes of Randall Road south of Bunker Hill Drive/N. Huntington Drive. Traffic will be shifted east to allow removal of the existing shoulder and replacement with temporary pavement in anticipation of pedestrian underpass and retaining wall construction. Lane closures will occur during this… Continue reading

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Project Update 10/10/2018

Work continues on the installation of temporary traffic signals and temporary lighting. Nicor is in the process of relocating existing utilities along the north side of Algonquin Road near Crystal Lake Rd. Com Ed is tentatively scheduled to start relocation work the week of 10/22. Work zone speed limit signs have been installed, reducing speeds… Continue reading

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Scheduled Project Work for Week of 9/24/2018

Beginning the week of September 24, 2018, installation of temporary traffic signals and temporary lighting will begin at various intersections.  This ongoing work will continue for the next month as crews prepare to remove the existing systems to allow the staging of traffic for reconstruction.  Most work will be completed behind the curb, but periodic… Continue reading

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