Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88)

Illinois Route 47 Interchange Project

Project Overview

The Illinois Tollway has completed rebuilding the Illinois Route 47 Interchange on the Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88) and opened ramps on December 10, 2019, to provide a new, full-access interchange.

The $25 million interchange project was built through a partnership with the Village of Sugar Grove, Kane County and the Illinois Department of Transportation.

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Sugar Grove Parkway Interchange Improvement Study

Visit the Sugar Grove Parkway Interchange Improvement Project website

Customer Impacts

Whenever possible, the Tollway uses traffic shifts and shoulders to keep as many lanes open as were available before construction.

Purpose

The Illinois Route 47 Interchange Project creates opportunity for continued economic development along Illinois Route 47 and opens up access between the Tollway and Illinois Route 47, a regional north-south transportation route extending from Wisconsin into Central Illinois. Approximately 3,000 vehicles use this interchange daily.

All-Electronic Interchange

The Illinois Route 47 Interchange is an all-electronic interchange with cashless toll plazas for vehicles with I-PASS located on the ramps carrying traffic to and from the east.

Cars with I-PASS pay 55 cents. Trucks tolls range from $1.95 to $5.00 during daytime hours, with overnight discounts offered. Those without I-PASS can pay their tolls online at the cash rate within the seven-day grace period. Grace period toll payments are double the I-PASS rates.

 

Work Zone Safety

The Illinois Tollway is committed to ensuring that the Reagan Memorial Tollway (I-88) and Illinois Route 47 remain safe for both drivers and workers during construction, which is part of the agency’s overall commitment to roadway safety.