North Tri-State Tollway (I-94) Projects
North Tri-State Tollway (I-94)
Roadway, Bridge and Ramp Repairs
In 2019, the Illinois Tollway will complete repair work on the North Tri-State Tollway (I-94) between Russell Road and the Edens Spur. Work began in 2018 to repair roadway pavement and interchange ramps and is scheduled to be complete by the end of 2019. In addition, work will be completed on the Bradley Road Bridge over I-94.
Construction Update (4/8/19)
Traffic in both directions between Half Day Road and the Edens Spur is reduced to four lanes and shifted to the right. Traffic is expected to remain in this configuration through July.
At Bradley Road, traffic in both directions is shifted for shoulder work. Traffic is expected to remain in this configuration through June.Please check the Daily Construction Alert for up-to-date closure information.
Lane closures and traffic shifts will be necessary to provide a work zone and safely accommodate construction. Whenever possible, the Tollway uses traffic shifts and shoulders to keep as many lanes open during peak hours as were available before construction.
Weekend ramp closures will be needed at the Deerfield Road and Lake Forest Road interchanges. Detours will be posted. Only one ramp at a time will be closed.
These roadway, bridge and ramp repairs are necessary to extend the life of the roadway and bridges and provide safe and convenient travel for Tollway customers. This work is part of the Tollway’s 15-year, $14 billion capital program, Move Illinois: The Illinois Tollway Driving the Future.
These projects are being coordinated with the Illinois Department of Transportation, Lake County, Cook County , as well as local municipalities, fire and police departments.
The Tollway is committed to "Building Green" and minimizing the environmental impact of construction by reducing, recycling and reusing materials.
Work Zone Safety
The Illinois Tollway is committed to ensuring that the North Tri-State Tollway (I-94) remains safe for both drivers and workers during construction, which is part of the agency’s overall commitment to roadway safety.
A 55 mph work zone speed limit will be in effect in areas with construction on the Tri-State Tollway.
Visit the Tollway's Work Zone Safety page.