The resurfacing project on the north end of Lake Shore Drive is ahead of schedule, thanks to warm and dry weather.
The South Side businessman who on Monday shut down two construction sites over the lack of black workers is vowing to keep up the pressure.
The city is beginning roadwork for the main entrance to O’Hare International Airport.
Recovery efforts for Hurricane Isaac on the Gulf Coast have created some job opportunities for residents of Chicagoland.
The public got a glimpse on Thursday of some of the ideas being considered to ease congestion at the Chicago Circle interchange.
One Chicago road project begins next week while another is winding down.
This is the first day for the Chicago Park District’s outdoor pools, and while most of them are open, a dozen are still under construction.
CTA officials have been working hard behind the scenes to have some answers to placate South Side Red Line riders when two public hearings take place next week on the reconstruction project, and its scheduled five month shutdown.
Construction work means delays and station closings for CTA ‘L’ riders in the Loop and at one north side Red Line station.
Late night Red and Blue Line riders should allow extra travel time this week as construction is expected to cause minor delays.
A massive construction project that will provide access between the Tri-State Tollway and I-57 in the south suburbs begins Monday.
U.S. Rep. Bobby Rush (D-Ill.) says he has been told there are virtually no minority firms being considered in a massive Metra construction project in the Englewood neighborhood, and he’s prepared to shut Metra down.
Loyola University may permanently close a block-long stretch of Kenmore Avenue just south of campus, and some students are not happy about it.
Crews began work on Tuesday to relocate U.S. 41 through the old USX steel mill site on the South Side, essentially extending Lake Shore Drive eight blocks farther south.
The final section of the Jane Addams Tollway rehab project is scheduled to end this weekend.
Customers on the CTA’s busiest rail line will soon have to put up with major construction, but the payoff will be a much faster and smoother ride.
Road construction project beginning today on lake shore drive could have a major impact this winter.
Construction begins Monday on two traffic turnarounds on Lake Shore Drive, to allow vehicles to get off the highway in an emergency, like the February blizzard that stranded hundreds of cars. U.S. Sen Mark Kirk said it’s a good start, but more is needed.
The City of Chicago says construction will begin Monday on two Lake Shore Drive projects that will help avoid a repeat of what happened during last February’s blizzard.
Late night CTA riders should allow extra travel time this week as construction on the Blue and Red lines will cause minor delays.