The Illinois Tollway is suspending its temporary construction lane closures beginning Friday to accommodate the more than 7 million drivers expected on the tollway system this Labor Day weekend.
Overnight maintenance work is expected to cause delays this week on the Red and Blue lines. Passengers should allow extra travel time.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the city is teaming up with the University of Chicago to spur development in Hyde Park and other parts of the South Side.
A “major” project to replace 22 bridges along the Union Pacific North Line and rebuild the Ravenswood project will begin in the next two weeks, according to Metra.
Construction will begin in October on an expansion at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, after state officials approved it this week.
The bulldozers and jackhammers will keep moving on Illinois roadways, thanks to an eleventh-hour agreement that averted a shutdown.
Construction projects are in jeopardy and tens of thousands of jobs hang in the balance because state lawmakers failed to approve funding on capital projects, Gov. Pat Quinn said Monday.
Good news for motorists — a major West Loop intersection is reopening Friday to traffic for the first time since early January.
Residents of a North Side condominium complex may try to derail the latest plan to rebuild a portion of Metra’s Union Pacific North line.
Late night Red Line riders should allow extra travel time this week, as Downtown and Near North Side construction is expected to cause delays.
Illinois plans to repair more than 3,200 miles of road and replace or fix 611 bridges over the next six years as part of the latest update to the state road program
A new season of re-construction begins Saturday on the rail line between Chicago and St. Louis that Amtrak is transforming into a 110-mile-an-hour corridor.
A much-needed revamp of Upper Wacker Drive is making things tough for businesses within the barricaded construction zone.
Late night Blue Line riders should allow extra travel time this week as overnight construction is expected to cause minor delays.
After what might be called a very long commercial break, construction has resumed at the planned new home of the Museum of Broadcast Communications.
Blue Line trains in both directions will operate on the same track between the Grand and LaSalle stations from 11 p.m. until 4 a.m As a result, passengers must board and exit all trains on the O’Hare-bound side of the platform.
A construction worker was killed when a beam fell on him at a north suburban hospital.
Blue Line trains in both directions will operate on the same track between the Damen and Clark/Lake stations while crews perform track maintenance, according to the CTA’s website.
CHICAGO (STMW) – Work resumes Jan. 3 on the Upper and Lower Wacker Drive reconstruction. Upper Wacker Drive will be closed between Randolph and Washington, and Lower Wacker Drive will be open to local traffic […]
Chicago police say there has been a string of robberies in the Chicago Lawn and Marquette Park neighborhoods.