Inside the Tollway

News, stories and insight from inside the Illinois Tollway.

Illinois Tollway Supports National Child Passenger Safety Week

September 15-21 is National Child Passenger Safety Week, and each year agencies and organizations around the country take this opportunity to help educate and promote kids safety in vehicles. For its part, the Illinois Tollway is constantly looking for ways to promote public...

One Year Later: Barrington Road Park-n-Ride Station

A year after it opened, the innovative Barrington Road Park-n-Ride station is busier than ever as riders use it to hop on and off Pace express buses for convenient, reliable commutes along the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90). Roads &...

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New Interchange Will Provide More Travel Options

Drivers on the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway (I-90) are getting a front-row view of the construction of a new interchange that will provide more travel options by linking I-90 to the new I-490 Tollway being built along the western edge of O’Hare International Airport. Crews...

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Illinois Speed Awareness Day. Slow Down. Stay Alive.

The Illinois Tollway emphasizes safety—that’s why we’re proud to help call attention to the dangers of speeding by participating in the fourth annual Illinois Speed Awareness Day (ISAD) campaign. Drivers who speed have less time to react to other vehicles or objects in the...

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Illinois Tollway adding native plants and flowers along its roads to support threatened butterflies and bees

The Illinois Tollway not only builds and maintains roads — it also enhances the ecosystem around its roads by adding native plants that help support threatened butterflies, bees and other pollinators. The colorful results of that work can be seen springing up all along the...

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