Mannheim Road in Melrose Park Closing for RepairsThe work is scheduled to begin, weather permitting, Saturday March 24.
Crews Rush To Patch Problematic Potholes"It's hitting the pothole, damaging your suspension, possibly damaging the body and possibly hitting other people."
IDOT Warns Drivers Ahead Of Snowstorm“Before getting behind the wheel, please ask yourself if your trip is really necessary."
IDOT Did Not Expect Wednesday Morning's Ice, Slippery Road ConditionsThe Illinois Department of Transportation appears have been caught short Wednesday morning by the icy road conditions.
IDOT, Illinois Tollway System Prepare For Winter Driving ConditionsThe Illinois Tollway system has increased its plow and salt spreader fleet to 196 trucks, which will cover 294 lane miles this winter.
Black Ice Causing Chaos For CommutersBlack ice forced drivers to get out of their vehicles and help their fellow commuters. Sheets of black ice caused tires to spin on the inbound Kennedy to the inbound Eisenhower.
Illinois Hands Out "Saved By The Belt" Award To Save DriverThe state offered a new way to show people how important it is to wear seat belts in moving vehicles, by handing out its "Saved by the Belt" award.
Website Offers Real-Time Data On Illinois Road ConditionsIllinois travelers may now access real-time information on road closures, construction and winter weather conditions through a revamped state website.
Residents Shovel, City Plows To Keep Up With SnowfallThe snow started falling Saturday afternoon and many homeowners have been shoveling, trying to keep the snow from piling up.
Illinois Tollway Mobilizes Fleet Of Snowplows For Recent SnowfallThe Illinois Tollway is mobilizing all 192 snowplows in response to the snowfall that is expected to continue through Monday.
Illinois Traffics Deaths Could Reach 1,000 By The End Of The YearIllinois is headed for a dubious distinction when it comes to the number of deaths on streets and highways across the state.
IDOT Not Tending To All Of Its Busted Crash BarrelsCalled “crash cushions,” the sand-filled barrels are placed around potential hazards to absorb the shock of a potential accident. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.