Lane Closures Planned On Elk Grove Village Roads For I-90 Work Overnight lane closures are scheduled to begin Saturday on local roads in northwest suburban Elk Grove Village as construction continues on the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway.
Drivers Fuming As City Takes A Mulligan On Expensive Loop Street ProjectCBS 2's Brad Edwards reports on the expensive do-over, which isn't easing traffic congestion downtown.
City Already Digging Up Newly Created Loop Link Bus Lane For Being Too NarrowCrews are now back at work, tearing up the pavement again on eastbound Washington between Clark and Dearborn.
No Injuries After Concrete Wall Collapses On Construction SiteNo one was injured when a section of a concrete wall collapsed Thursday afternoon at a building under construction in the West Loop.
The 'Byrne Burn': Ramp Cramp Begins This WeekendHere's what to expect as crews begin closing and working on portions of the Byrne Interchange.
Church Working To Get More African-Americans Into The Construction IndustryThe fair was open to a variety of construction jobs, including pipefitters, operating engineers, electricians, represented by 22 labor unions.
Weekend Closures For Byrne Interchange Work To Begin Aug. 21IDOT warns motorists to expect delays when driving through the interchange during the weekends of Aug 21-23, Aug 28-30, Sept. 25-27 and Oct. 16-18.
Chicago Construction Workers Needed For A Growing Economy The housing market is slowly making a comeback, thus the housing construction market is in a slow, but steady upward swing.
Construction Worker Gunned Down In South HollandCBS 2’s Jeremy Ross reports on a family's grief and an investigation that may be expanding.
Construction Prompts Overnight Closures On Eisenhower, Dan RyanConstruction will prompt a string of overnight closures on the Eisenhower and Dan Ryan expressways from Saturday night until early Tuesday.
Byrne Interchange Ramp Closures BeginRamp closures started Tuesday night for a 16-month construction project fixing the Jane Byrne Interchange.
Newer Homes Burn Faster, Safety Experts WarnThat's because there are more synthetic materials than ever before. CBS 2's Chris Martinez offers strategies on staying safer.